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Kaiaka Bay Beach Park

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Kaiaka Bay Beach Park

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Haleiwa Rd, Haleiwa, Oahu, HI
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Mike P wrote a review Feb 2020
Anchorage, Alaska1,332 contributions208 helpful votes
This is a nice park located on the edge of Haleiwa. There is a lot of grassy area, shade trees, camping sites, restrooms with showers, water spigots, ample parking and beach frontage.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mike P wrote a review Oct 2019
Anchorage, Alaska1,332 contributions208 helpful votes
Located on the edge of Haleiwa, this is a nice park and beach. There is a large grassy area, restrooms, showers, picnic tables and camping sites.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Mike P wrote a review Mar 2019
Anchorage, Alaska1,332 contributions208 helpful votes
This is a good park and beach. There are picnic tables, showers, restroom, large grassy area, camping spots and shade.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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vegates wrote a review Dec 2018
Honolulu, Hawaii265 contributions63 helpful votes
On a recent North Shore excursion with friends from out of town, they wanted to see the big waves and maybe take a dip. A wandering spirit kicked in, and I thought we should check out some new parks and beaches along the way. One of our favorites was Kaiaka Bay Beach Park. Located close to Hale'iwa town, it's easy to get to and with considerably more parking and less people than Ali'i Beach just down the road. Park access is a big loop of a road, with sprawling fields offering plenty of running room for our four-footed companions, as well as shade trees sprinkled around. They have somewhat clean restrooms, foot washing stations and amazing views of the Waianae Mountains, and up the North Shore. The beach is beautiful, but has lots of coral and rocks. The sand is clean. At the time of the year of this writing, the waves are too intense to swim, so the beaches were closed. If you're tired of too many people closer to town, check this park out!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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jason r wrote a review Oct 2018
Jackson, Wyoming125 contributions49 helpful votes
I did not come here for the park but for the beach. To access the beach you drive down a long and winding road. It appears to drive through some greenery. Then you just kind of parked alongside the road and you can get out of your car and access the beach. The beach was rocky. Scattered with landmine/volcanic rock, extremely dangerous for small children. Unsure of what adults would do in this water either. The clientele in the area were locals and the homeless.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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