Kae'na at Ali'i Park

Haleiwa Alii Beach Park

Highlights:
  • Hale'iwa boat harbor
  • Fantastic surf break
  • Kayaking, diving, boating
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Description:

The Haleiwa Ali'i Beach Park is among the beaches on the north shores of Oahu that provide some of the best surf breaks. It makes up a strip known by many surfers as the "seven mile miracle". The site provides the perfect opportunity to learn how to surf on quiet days, but during the surf break, expert experience is necessary to be able to ride the wave.

The beach is located just west of Haleiwa's small boat harbor. The park, some 19 acres offers residents and tourists the perfect environment for spending time at the beach. There is a large grassy area perfect for a picnic or barbecue and enjoying other beach sport. Swimming is also possible, but the beach is much more suitable for fishing, kayaking, diving and boating. Haleiwa Ali'i is a public beach accessible to anyone. It is quite clean and tidy and only about a 45 minute drive from downtown Honolulu.

Haleiwa beach on the eastern side has a seawall which is unique in the north shore. In close proximity is Haleiwa town where shops and restaurants can be found and also provide the possibility for sightseeing. The beach has many different facilities including a children's playground, and family picnic area and parking access.

Alii in Hawaiian means royal hence the name of the park, Haleiwa Ali'i Beach Park, sometimes is called Royals Beach. Places of interest near the park include; Haleiwa town, the small boat harbor, the Waianae Mountain Range, and more.


 
Type:
Beach
Surf Break
Features:
Bathroom
Food for purchase
Lifeguards
Parking
Picnic tables
Showers
Recreation Center
Beach Features:
Bodyboarding
Canoeing
Dogs Allowed
Fishing
Kayaking
Kiteboarding
Scubadiving
Snorkeling
Surfing
Swimming
Windsurfing
Saliing
Activities
Location
66-172 Haleiwa Road, North Shore, Haleiwa, Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States 96712
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