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Waimea Bay
#1 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
Waimea Bay Beach Park, where the Waimea River flows into the Pacific, and the nearby Three Tables Beach are excellent places to swim, fish, or just watch the waves roll in
If the Beach Park is full, you can park for free at the Catholic Church just east of the Bay - look for the large square Italianate tower - it's a landmark.
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Sunset Beach Park
#2 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
This is a very fun spot, we loved lying on this amazing beach watching the waves just a gorgeous beach and park.
The sand is soft , thevview is spectacular , the waves and wind really teach one to respect the power of the nature
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Pupukea Beach Park
#3 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
So, if you are on the North Shore, grab a late lunch, early dinner in nearby Haleiwa and then get yourself up to the shoreline at Pupukea Beach Park and settle in for the sunset of a lifetime.
We recently did a dive here in the "Cathedrals" section of the park, which was incredible.
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Waimea Valley
#4 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
... fun walking through the beautiful gardens, spotting incredible birds (we even saw a peacock in the parking lot that was gorgeous!), and soaking up the valley views and incredible nature that Oahu has to offer!
Waimea Falls Park is a beautiful place to visit...it contains a large botanical garden with plants and trees from all over the globe and beautifully maintained.
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Shark's Cove
#5 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
This is Pupukea Beach Park.
Laniakea Beach
#6 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
We visited on a rainy day so the beach was completely clear except for a small booth with very informative people there to explain the Turtles, which turtles visit and how often, the nature of turtles ect....they...
We stopped at a park right on the beach to take pictures - a nice place to enjoy a picnic lunch- for kids to enjoy the water or just to sit and read a book - if you are in Oahu - check it out.
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Haleiwa Beach Park
#7 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
... visitied, within one week, we were blessed to encounter a 350 lb turtle catching some rays... this beach park is well maintained, has clean restrooms, and 2 showers... bring along the dogs, they're pet friendl...
With the mountains in the background and the beautiful large trees all around the park, it was a magnificent sight!
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Ehukai Pillbox Hike
#8 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
Push yourself to get to the top because the rewards are spectacular!! Be sure you park on the streets that are perpendicular to the main roads.
Parking on Sundays makes it tougher since Sunset Elementary is used as a church, but on a weekday, park in the school's lot.
Haleiwa Alii Beach Park
#9 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
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Sharks Cove Pupukea 4.4 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Pupukea
If you aren't local action water photographer Clark Little then put your camera away and just enjoy being in nature and having the chance to experience something so phenomenal that is FREE!
Located on Oahu's North Shore, this small rocky bay forms part of Pupukea Beach Park and boasts blue water and an impressive amount of sea life.
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Aweoweo Beach Park Waialua 2.3 mi away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Waialua
This beach park is one of my favorites on the north shore!
This is a small family feel park with a playground and some picnic tables, toilets and an outdoor shower.
Kaiaka Bay Beach Park
#10 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
... by or pass by, we enjoyed the clean restrooms and the picnic tables so our family of 10 had a private park for ourselves.The weather changed and it rained after we finished eating but as always in Oahu, the ra...
A wandering spirit kicked in, and I thought we should check out some new parks and beaches along the way.
Lost Survivors Beach Camp
#11 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
Banzai Pipeline Pupukea 6.2 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Pupukea
The most unique thing about Pipe is that you can park your car and walk right up to it, and see amazing waves.
It showcases the beauty of nature, and the natural environment the surf community reside in and partake of.
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Pua`ena Point Beach Park
#12 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
It's a bit of a walk to get to the best areas from where you park, so double check and make sure you have everything you want out of your vehicle with you, or you might be irritated with walking back and forth.
There are a ton of turtles that come to eat in this little cove at the park.
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Waimea Arboretum and Botanical Garden Oahu, HI 4.4 mi away
#64 of 220 Nature & Parks in Oahu
At the authentic archaeological sites in the park there are helpful cultural interpreters demonstrating Historic Hawaiian crafts, games and lore.
Native plants and flowers are beautiful, making this garden a must-visit for nature enthusiasts!
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Sunset Ranch
#13 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
Best to visit this beach in the mornings to avoid the crowds and find an easy place to park.
Waialua Bay
#14 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
Ke Ala Pupukea Bike Path
#15 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
Waimea Waterfall Oahu, HI 4.7 mi away
#73 of 220 Nature & Parks in Oahu
This is a beautiful park to visit in North Shore with a waterfall reward at the end, and visitors can swim in it!
Waimea Waterfall is a beautiful ending to about a 1/2 mile walk from the start of the park.
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James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge
#16 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
Ehukai Beach Park Pupukea 6.1 mi away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Pupukea
There is a small park there and enough parking on most days unless it’s winter and the surf is big.
Parking is ample for the size of the park.
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Chun's Reef Beach
#17 of 17 Nature & Parks in Haleiwa
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Kukaniloko Birthing Stones Wahiawa 5.8 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Wahiawa
Park on the shoulder and a short, flat, easy walk to where Hawaiian royalty was born.
There are no guides, no plaques, just a spot to feel the rhythm of nature as it was felt 100 years ago.
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Mokuleia Beach Park Waialua 6.6 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Waialua
Mokuleia Beach Park is a great beach for relaxing and watching kite surfers or sky divers and gliders which take off from across the street at the small airport.
While we stayed in Mokuleia Beach Colony, every afternoon as many as a dozen kite surfers took to the water at Mokuleia Beach Park.
Ka'ena Point State Park Waianae 9.3 mi away
#1 of 12 Nature & Parks in Waianae
Along your route to the state park, you can stop off at such points as Barber's Point Beach Park or ride (Sat & Sun only) the Hawaiian Railway Society's narrow gauge 13-mile round trip excursion train.
We drive to Ka 'ena Point and park close to the spot where hikers begin to hike and just sit and take in the beauty.
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Wahiawa Botanical Garden Wahiawa 8.1 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Wahiawa
Wahiawa Botanical Garden is operated & maintained by the Honolulu Parks and Recreation Department that also is responsible for 4 other botanical gardens located throughout the island.
It is free to park and to enter, and the walking paths are paved.