Kamaole Beach Park

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  • Address: Kihei, HI 96753, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-8084640840
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Beach, Park, Leisure, Family And Kids, Nature

Kamaole Beach Park divided by rocky areas and has three different sections. The northernmost region or the most popular of the beaches is the Kamaole Beach park I.

The sand here is soft white which is a lot like powder and the waters are crystal blue. It is a beautiful visualization and in reality it is even better. This is the perfect place for some relaxing swims sessions and snorkelling. The grassy area at Kamaole I is where people enjoy taking breaks from the usual water activities and also some picnicking.

The smallest of the beaches is Kamaole III but the waves here pick up the most and is an ideal location for surfing. Kamaole III is known for its running pebbles and is the most visited southernmost regions of the beach. Various times in the day you will find that the sand is sucked out exposing shingle-like pebbles and when the water flows over these pebbles it creates a unique rumbling sound. Kamaole III, although not the largest of the three beaches, is the most popular of the three.

It has a wide sandy beach perfect for sunbathing or picnicking by the sea. There is also a large grassy area with BBQ pits and picnic areas as well as a playground area for the keiki (children).

There is no lifeguard at any of the Kamaole beaches, but there are showers, changing areas, picnic tables, restrooms and parking lots.

  • Go early morning.
  • Put a lot of sunscreen.
  • Entry is free.

  • Please find out from the locals, the best time to visit. 

  • Bus no 10 from South Kihei Road

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  • Kamaole Beach Park Address: Kihei, HI 96753, United States
  • Kamaole Beach Park Contact Number: +1-8084640840
  • Kamaole Beach Park Timing: 24-hrs
  • Kamaole Beach Park Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Kamaole Beach Park(preferred time): 08:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Kamaole Beach Park: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Kihei include Kamaole Beach Park in their plan

  • 34.09% of people start their Kamaole Beach Park visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kamaole Beach Park

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kamaole Beach Park

People normally club together Hawaiian Paddle Sports and Keawakapu Beach while planning their visit to Kamaole Beach Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Beautiful sandy beach with some lava rock scattered throughout it. Was not overly crowded the people that were there seemed to rotate out every so often making room for other people to move in. Saw a few sea turtles and many beautiful fish. The location had an outdoor wash station and bathrooms. There are park benches also picnic tables and plenty of green grass and shade. There was a lifeguard station which had a pretty good view of the beach. There was plenty of parking on the road.

  • Always great. But.. if u are visiting the beach, please pick up your belongings. Including trash and food so that it remains beautiful.

  • We love that we can be on the beach, or up on the grass under the trees, barbecue/picnic, swim and basically hang out all day if we want. Good waves, but not usually too high of surf, so it's great for kids, and lovely, soft sand for building sand castles, playing and walking through. Also restrooms right there in the park. (Not so clean, but typical public restrooms.)

  • Beautiful! The waves on one side of the rocks are amazing for those of us who aren't strong swimmers, while on the other side the waves were stronger for more advanced swimmers and boarders. Thankfully, it's not too crowded to have fun, so we really enjoyed ourselves.

  • The life guard was awesome! He gave helpful, island, common sense tips like, "if you're not familiar with the waves don't ride the waves", and "stay away from the rocks the rocks are sharp", and finally "this is not a pond or a lake, it is the pacific ocean."

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