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All reviews boogie boarding body surfing soft sand parking fee life guards snack bar state park an umbrella on duty picnic tables the big island great waves non residents lots of parking concession stand gentle waves shore break
This is truly one of the best beaches on the planet. I only gave it a 4 rather than a 5 just because there are more people there now (and a hotel) because obviously word about it has gotten out! But seriously, if you stake...More
This beach is absolutely beautiful and, if I were here alone, I’d give it a higher rating. Being here with my daughter was a little more nerve-wracking. The current is very strong and this beach is prone to riptides. Even the shore-break is very rough....More
We went to both beaches. Non-residents need to pay $5 for a parking pass that is good all day. The machine takes credit cards or cash. The main beach has life guards and warm showers just off the beach that we appreciated. The washrooms were...More
On our limited travels to Mexico and the Caribbean this beach is worth its rating of one of the best shallow surf alows you to walk out and really catch some waves for boogie boarding and the sand is soft and clean
A big golden beach in the northwest part of the island with a couple of mega resorts (Westin and Mauna Kea ) perched above.
We visited in January with the waves crashing the beach. As there were red flag warnings, swimming was not allowed although...More
Family favorite. The fine sand, there’s some places that are more shady, and it’s great for boogie boarding. Lifeguards are there for safety and there’s a place to get hotdogs and shaved ice. Really great, it costs 5 dollars to park. Excellent place to spend...More
Response from SummerGirl71 | Reviewed this property |
$5.00 for non-Hawaii residents to enter park. I believe you can rent about anything—umbrellas, chairs, snorkel gear. I didn’t go up to the rental shed myself, but there were plenty of people coming back with beach stuff.