49-479 Kamehameha Highway, Northeast O'ahu
The "Long Ancestral Background", this beach park is never crowded, making this the perfect site to just enjoy a relaxing day at the beach. The water is calm and warm. The location is stunningly beautiful with the Kualoa Mountains in the background. This area was considered sacred by the ancient Hawaiians as whalebones used to wash up on the beach. The bones were then made into valuable tools and jewelry.
Services and Amenities
Lifeguards on weekends and during the summer
Small, sand beach
Very little reef area
Monitor ocean conditions closely for possible high surf and strong currents. Watch out for the Portugese Man-of-War (jellyfish) and stinging limu (seaweed), especially from June through September. Obey all posting and warning signs/flags.