While Molokai may be one of the less visited islands of the Hawaiian chain, it nevertheless has some beautiful scenery and beaches. Papohaku Beachis over one mile long and receives very few visitors. Solitude anyone?
E. of Kaunakakai. End of Kamehameha Hwy. Swimming. Surfing. Fishing. Pavilion. Grills. Restrooms.
Kaluakoi Rd to Poha Kuloa Rd. Swimming.
Kaluakoi Rd. to dirt trail that goes off Kakaako Rd. N. of the Kaluakoi Hotel.
Kaluakoi Rd. to Kaika Rd. at the Kaluakoi Resort. No facilities.
Mo’omomi Beach. Dirt road at end of Farrington Ave. Fishing. No facilities.
Murphey’s Beach Park. Kamehameha V Hwy. 20 miles E. of Kaunakakai. Swimming. No beach facilities.
Oneali’i Beach Park. Kamehameha Hwy E. of Kaunakakai. Pavilion. Restrooms. Ballpark.
Papohaku Beach Park. Kaluakoi Rd at the Kaluakoi Resort. Showers. Restroom.
Pohaku Mauliuli Beach. Kaluakoi Rd to Kakaako Rd. to Leo Place. N. of Kaluakoi Resort. No facilities.