Located off the Hana Highway between Sprecklesville and Paia, this beach park draws lots of Maui residents, especially body-board enthusiasts. It’s easy to see why this place is so popular: The surf breaks along the entire length of the whitesand beach, creating perfect conditions for body boarding. On occasion, the waves get big enough for surfi ng. A couple of swimming areas are safe enough for children: one in the lee of the beach rocks near the large pavilion, and another at the opposite end of the beach, where beach rocks protect a small swimming area. There’s a large pavilion with picnic tables and kitchen facilities, barbecue grills, additional picnic tables on the grassy area, restrooms, showers, a semipaved parking area, a baseball diamond, and a soccer fi eld. The park is well used on weekends; weekdays are much quieter.
Maui has beautiful beaches on South, West and East side.
D.T. Fleming Beach Park
Kamaole III Beach Park
Oneloa Beach (Big Beach)
Hookipa Beach Park
Waianapanapa State Park
Maui beaches are gorgeous. You should carry plenty of sunscreen, water and have a great time.