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Courtesy: Honolulu Zoo
COUNTY BEACH PARK
Located on Kamehameha V Hwy (Hwy 450), 2 miles east of One
A pretty 42-acre beach park and site of the Kakahaia
National Wildlife Refuge - home to two endangered Hawaiian
seabirds - the Hawaiian Stilt and the Hawaiian Coot. Not a
Located just before Mile Marker 19 going east on Kamehameha
V Hwy (Hwy 450), at Waialua Village
One of the best beaches on the island for swimming, snorkeling,
and beginner surfing.
Located at Mile Marker 20 on Kamehameha V Hwy (Hwy 450)
The main beach on the east side of the island
- a strand of white sand with a protected lagoon. Safe swimming
for children when water is calm. Popular fishing & snorkel
spot. Nearby Rocky Point is a surfing site.
Pavilions, picnic tables, BBQ grills.
BEACH COUNTY PARK
Located at the end of Kamehameha V Hwy (Hwy 450)
Halawa Bay - a gently arching haven. Great for sunbathing
and picnics. Good fishing. Not good for swimming - the water
is usually murky and hazardous with currents and high surf
all year round. Popular surfing spot.
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