87-021 Farrington Highway, West O'ahu
This beach is named for the numerous pebbles (ili'ili) found nearby. In ancient times these stones had many uses as fish sinkers, game pieces, and musical instruments. Today this beach is a popular site for surfers. There is good swimming during the summer months when the surf is calm. The sandy beach is large at this time but erodes away during the winter.
Services and Amenities
Sand and reef area
Picnic areas with tables
Good swimming and surfiing
Swimmers need to be wary of a sudden drop off of the coral reef into deep water. High surf and strong currents often present during the fall and winter months. Monitor ocean conditions closely at all times. Watch out for boat traffic from the nearby jetty. Obey all postings and warning signs.