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All reviews rock wall protected area great beach great for kids swim area safe swimming play structure rock barrier family beach walking path calm waters large playground restroom facilities lifeguard station wave action big waves beautiful fish
Very clean park about ¾ full on a Saturday. Plenty of parking, lots of picnic tables and restrooms. Snorkeling area is great for beginners with several schools of fish. The waves were crashing over the rock wall containing the snorkel area the day we were...More
We stopped here using the Shaka Guide tour app to see the Hau’ola (city of refuge) heiaus (historical structures) and were pleased to find a park with so much more. The history was there along with Hawaiian hieroglyphs in the rocks which we enjoyed. The...More
Great place for everyone!! Has a lifeguard, two pools of ocean water as well as being able to go directly in ocean. It is especially great for families that have little ones! Restrooms, showers and fountains are available as well. Was only 8 minutes from...More
We spent many afternoons at this park. The main area is a little crowded and they have rocks placed to create safe swimming areas for kids/families. We rode our bikes up the bike path to the amazing bridge play structure and to a more private...More
One of the nicest family areas you will find anywhere. Two semi-cirular ponds with ocean breakwaters (with openings that allow small fish to enter), the one smaller, shallower pond is designated for children. See fish eat frozen peas right out of your hand wjile you...More
Came here for a beach picnic and was pleasantly surprised to see a disc golf course at the park, as well as a large playground area for kids. We ate on the beach but there were covered pavilions as well. The beach is a bit...More
Nice state park on a long stretch of beach. Breakwater pool for small children on the North end of the park. Large playground. Clean restrooms. A number of small pavilion-type structures with charcoal grills next to the beach on the North end of the park—just...More
Wasn't impressed with the beach, but there is a lifeguard. Nice playground for the kids. The Bridge playground was really nice for the kids, but it didn't look like it was used very much. Restrooms, pavilions, & showers. Nice walking path.
It is a protected area and I have never seen a sign that says you can't, however it would depend on the number of people in the swimming area. I have been there at times when there are literally too many people in the water... More
It is a protected area and I have never seen a sign that says you can't, however it would depend on the number of people in the swimming area. I have been there at times when there are literally too many people in the water to negotiate a paddle board, without running into someone.