Things To Do: Kauai Beaches

Kauai Beaches

 Things To Do Kauai Beaches

Anahola Beach Park:

3 1/2 miles N. of Kapa’a; Kuhio Hwy. to Kukuihale Rd., mile marker 13. Swimming. Picnic tables. Showers. Restrooms. Camping.

Anini Beach Park:

Kuhio Hwy at mile marker 25. Anini Rd. off the 2nd Kalihiwai Rd. Snorkeling. Fishing. Picnic tables. Showers. Restrooms. Camping.

Anini Beach Park:

Kuhio Hwy at mile marker 25. Anini Rd. off the 2nd Kalihiwai Rd. Snorkeling. Fishing. Picnic tables. Showers. Restrooms. Camping.
Black Pot Beach Park. Weke Rd., Hanalei. Swimming. Surfing. Picnic tables. Showers. Restrooms.

Brennecke Beach. Hoowili Rd. near Poipu Beach Park. No facilities.
Donkey Beach. 1 1/2 miles N. of Kealia Beach. Nudists. No facilities.
Ha’ena State Park.
videoKuhio Hwy. Mile marker 10, Ha’ena. Swimming. Snorkeling. Lifeguard. Showers. Restroom.
Hanakapiai Beach. 2 miles S.W. of Ke’e Beach. Reached on the Kalalau Trail.
Hanalei Beach Park.
videoAku Rd. N. from Hanalei. Right onto Weke Rd. Lifeguard. Picnic tables. Restroom facilities.
Hanamaulu Beach Park. approximately 2 1/2 miles N.E. of Lihue. Kuhio Hwy to Hanama’ulu Rd to Hehi Rd. Swimming. Picnic. Camping. Fishing.

He’ena Beach Park. Kuhio Hwy. Near mile marker 9. Campsites. Restroom. Showers.
Kahili Beach (Quarry Beach). Kilauea Rd. then dirt road 1 1/2 miles to beach. Surfing. Fishing. Swimming. No beach facilities.
Kalalau Beach. Accessed only by Kalalau Trail or boat. Kalalau Beach. Accessed only by Kalalau Trail or boat.
Kalapaki Beach. Rice St. and Wapa’a Road in Lihue; fronts on the Westin Kauai resort. Swimming. Sailing. Surfing.
Kalihiwai Beach. 1/2 mile N.W. of Kilauea. Kuhio Hwy to Kalihiwai Rd. Surfing. Kalihiwai Beach. 1/2 mile N.W. of Kilauea. Kuhio Hwy to Kalihiwai Rd. Surfing.
Kapa’a Beach Park. Kuhio Hwy to Niu Rd. Kapa’a. Fishing.
Kauapea Beach (Secret Beach).
videoKuhio Hwy, right on Kalihiwai Rd, Kilauea. Dirt road North. Parking. Nudists. Swimming.
Kealia Beach. Kuhio Hwy. N. to mile marker 10. Kapa’a. Surfing. Swimming.
Kekaha Beach Park. Situated at Kekaha. 3 miles W. of Waimea. Kekaha Beach Park. Situated at Kekaha. 3 miles W. of Waimea.
Larsens Beach. Kuhio Hwy to Ko’olau Rd. Mile marker 20. Dirt road to beach. Fishing. No facilities. Things To Do Kauai Beaches

Lawai Beach. Lawai Rd. Poipu. Swimming. Snorkeling. Surfing. Showers. Restroom.
Lucy Wright Beach Park. Kaumuali’i Hwy. Waimea. Restrooms. Showers. Camping.
Lumahai Beach. Kuhio Hwy. Mile marker 4 to dirt trail. Hanalei. Surfing. No facilities. Lumahai Beach. Kuhio Hwy. Mile marker 4 to dirt trail. Hanalei. Surfing. No facilities.
Lydgate State Park. Kuhio Hwy. to Leho Dr. to Nalu Rd. Wailua. Swimming. Fishing. Picnic tables. Restrooms. Showers. Lydgate State Park. Kuhio Hwy. to Leho Dr. to Nalu Rd. Wailua. Swimming. Fishing. Picnic tables. Restrooms. Showers.
Mahaulepu Beach. Poipu Rd. to unmarked cane road. Poipu. Surfing. Fishing. No facilities. Mahaulepu Beach. Poipu Rd. to unmarked cane road. Poipu. Surfing. Fishing. No facilities.
Majors Bay. Kaumuali’i Hwy. Access through Pacific Missile Range. Kekaha. Fishing. Surfing. No beach facilities.
Moloa’a Bay. Kuhio Hwy to Ko’olau Rd. at the end of Moloa’a Rd. 7 miles N. of Kapa’a. No beach facilities.
Nukoli Beach Park. Kuhio Hwy. N. to Kauai Beach Rd. Right onto unmarked road. 3 1/2 miles N. of Lihue. Picnic. Fishing. Restrooms. Showers. Parking. Nukoli Beach Park. Kuhio Hwy. N. to Kauai Beach Rd. Right onto unmarked road. 3 1/2 miles N. of Lihue. Picnic. Fishing. Restrooms. Showers. Parking.
Pakala Beach. Kaumuali’i Hwy. to dirt trail mile marker 21. W. of Hanapepe. No facilities.
Polihale State Park.
video Kaumuali’i Hwy to dirt road. 8 miles N.W. of Kekaha off Hwy. 50. Surfing. Restrooms. Showers. Camping.
Poipu Beach Park. Poipu Beach Rd. to Hooni Rd., Poipu. Pavilions. Picnic tables. Showers. Restrooms. Poipu Beach Park. Poipu Beach Rd. to Hooni Rd., Poipu. Pavilions. Picnic tables. Showers. Restrooms.
Pu’u Poa Beach. Princeville Hotel. Princeville. Snorkeling. Things To Do Kauai Beaches
Salt Pond Beach Park. Hanapepe. Kaumuali’i Hwy to Lele Rd. Mile marker 17 to Lokokai Rd. Swimming. Picnic tables. Pavilions. Camping. Showers. Restrooms. Lifeguard.
Sea Lodge Beach. Kuhio Hwy to Kahaku Rd. to Kamehameha Rd. Princeville. Swimming. Sea Lodge Beach. Kuhio Hwy to Kahaku Rd. to Kamehameha Rd. Princeville. Swimming.
Sheraton Beach. Poipu Rd to Kapili Rd to Hoonani Rd. Poipu. Swimming. Surfing. Showers. Sheraton Beach. Poipu Rd to Kapili Rd to Hoonani Rd. Poipu. Swimming. Surfing. Showers.
Shipwreck Beach. Poipu Rd to Ainako Rd., Poipu. Shipwreck Beach. Poipu Rd to Ainako Rd., Poipu.
Tunnels Beach. West of Wainiha. Kuhio Hwy past mile marker 8. Diving. Snorkeling. Surfing. No facilities. Tunnels Beach. West of Wainiha. Kuhio Hwy past mile marker 8. Diving. Snorkeling. Surfing. No facilities.
Wai’ohai Beach. W. of Poipu Beach Park. Snorkeling. Swimming. Surfing. No facilities.
Waiakalua Iki Beach & Waiakalua Nui Beach. Kuhio Hwy. 1/4 mile past mile marker 20 to N. Waiakalua Rd. E. of Kilauea. No facilities.
Waikoko Beach. Kuhio Hwy. W. of Hanalei. Swimming. Snorkeling. No facilities. Waikoko Beach. Kuhio Hwy. W. of Hanalei. Swimming. Snorkeling. No facilities.
Wailua Beach Park. Off Kuhio Hwy. 56. at mile marker 6 in Wailua. Swimming possibilities. Lifeguard. Wailua Beach Park. Off Kuhio Hwy. 56. at mile marker 6 in Wailua. Swimming possibilities. Lifeguard.
Wainiha Beach Park.
videoKuhio Hwy. Wainiha. Fishing. No facilities. Wainiha Beach Park. Kuhio Hwy. Wainiha. Fishing. No facilities.
Wai’oli Beach Park. Weke Rd to He’e Rd. Hanalei. Swimming. Showers. Restrooms.

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