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Yokohama Bay Information

Yokohama Bay Information

Oahu's Yokohama Bay is part of the secluded 853-acre Ka'ena Point State Park that wraps around the island's western point. The beach is sometimes also called Keawalua or Puau, but is best known locally as Yokohama for the Japanese immigrants from that city who came to fish along this shore and work in Hawaii's cane fields.

Watch surfers and dolphins in the turquoise waters from the curving sand coast backed by dunes and cliffs. With the calm surf, summer is the best time to swim, snorkel, and dive. With winter's high surf, this beach becomes a place for experienced surfers and bodyboarders only - swimming is unsafe over the rocky sea bottom when the waves are powerful and rip currents strong.

There are restrooms and one lifeguard station at the park entrance (but it does not have a view of the entire beach).

Various rare native plants and seabirds live in the rugged nature preserve and hiking trails lead to the western point overlooking the island's stunning north and south coastlines.

Located where Farrington Hwy. (Hwy. 93) ends in northwest Oahu.