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One Alii Beach Park Information

One Alii Beach Park Information

Located just east of Kaunakakai, One Alii Beach Park is a slim band of sand by a coconut grove that is the oldest public park on the island.

"Alii" means Hawaiian royalty or chiefs and this beach used to be favored by them and its fishpond used to raise fish for their families. "One" here is pronounced "own-aye," not like the number.

Water can be murky but swimming conditions are safe and there's great coral to explore.

The sandy beach is also somewhat rocky, and it's a wonderful park for picnics and games. There are no lifeguards, but restrooms, showers, drinking water, and playground facilities are provided. There are even picnic and pavilion areas with grills, a ball park, and free parking.

Located in South Molokai at mile marked 4 off Hwy. 450.