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Hukilau Beach

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Hukilau Beach

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CLC48 wrote a review Jan 2020
Salt Lake City, Utah361 contributions94 helpful votes
We love this spot! There is some parking, but it’s limited. The water can be a bit rough particularly on a windy day. Still, it’s a gorgeous view and the beach parking is right off the road. Very accessible. The beach itself is a short distance away around a few grassy dunes. The beach is perhaps a quarter mile from the La’ie shopping plaza—a strip mall with a good Foodland grocery store and some food shops.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Donna wrote a review Dec 2019
Redding, California110 contributions29 helpful votes
We loved this beach! We only saw a few people the whole time we were there. Swam in the warm ocean, sat in beach chairs and watched sand crabs scuttle around, had a picnic, used the restroom and the outdoor shower!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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gary c wrote a review Aug 2019
Carolina, Puerto Rico14,094 contributions322 helpful votes
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As I was following Rt. 83 around the North Coast next I found this pretty cool beach. It’s called Hukilau Beach and it’s in the town of Hukilau or Kahuku????? It was just starting to rain but the beach area was very cool as you looked out on the Pacific!!! It had several sand dunes around which added to the privacy of the beach as you could not see people on the beach from the road…… All in all a super place to hit the beach and enjoy the beautiful blue waters.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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lmiller808 wrote a review May 2019
Island of Hawaii, Hawaii102 contributions21 helpful votes
They've decided to make the camping area larger, and as a result have removed most of the big ironwood trees. Now it's just a big, flat area with very little shade. Disappointing if you know what it used to look like even last year.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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SoCalTMac wrote a review May 2019
San Clemente, CA160 contributions72 helpful votes
We stayed at Turtle Bay Resort and after spending time at the resort's beach (which was rather crowded), we went in search of a quiet beach where we could swim and enjoy the waves without the crowds. We came across Hukilau Beach, which is only 10 minutes or so from the resort. From looks of the beach parking lot, it does not look like much and could easily be passed by. But once we walked over the dunes to the beach, we found what we were looking for. White sand, no crowds, and perfect waves for boogie-boarding or just floating in the water. As a bonus, two sea turtles appeared 20 feet away from us and hung around most of the afternoon, coming up for air every 5 minutes or so. We had a great day at the beach. Note, there are no restrooms at this beach. However, there are restaurants and food trucks a short drive away.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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