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off Highway 19, North West Hawaii
This beach is more rock than sand but it has some nice amenities and beautiful views. It is the northernmost beach in the Kohala Resort area. Sun, shade, water, grass makes this a perfect site to spend the entire day with family and friends. The waters surrounding the beach are filled with lava rock making swimming hazardous except when the ocean is VERY calm. Always monitor surf conditions before entering the water.
Full facilities make this a pleasant beach to spend a sunny day. High surf and rock outcroppings make swimming hazardous except during very calm times.
Grass and shady areas
Potentially hazardous swimming conditions
Malama Petroglyph Trail located nearby
Take Highway 19 north from Kona. Turn left into the resort area between Mile Markers #74 and 73. Turn right at the first major intersection. At the "Y" in the road, bear left. Take the next right and follow the road to the end where beach parking is located.