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Alternative-Hawaii Beach Guide to Windward Oahu  

Oahu Beaches:
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Windward Oahu (Part 1)
(See also Lifeguard Safety Tips, Oahu Drive Guide, Oahu Camping)

Call the National Weather Service at 973-4380 for Forecast and 973-4383 for Surf Advisory.
As lifeguard services may vary, call the City & County of Honolulu at 973-4380 for current coverage.

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©Ann Cecil
56-335 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku

Superb, wooded park and white sand beach. Moku Auia (Goat Island) offshore contains an Eden-like beach (reachable by wading at low tide when the sea is calm) and a state bird sanctuary (off limits to public). Note: Wading to Moku Auia can be dangerous (strong currents exist when the tides change or the surf is high; ocean floor has sharp coral - be sure to protect your feet.)

Parking, restrooms, picnic tables, showers, camping.

©Ann Cecil
POUNDERS BEACH (formerly Pahumoa)
55-205 Kamehameha Highway, Laie

Fronting Laie Beach Park, Pounders is one of the most popular bodysurfing beaches on Oahu.

Parking, restrooms, picnic tables, showers.

©Ann Cecil
55-222 Kamehameha Highway at Kahana Bay

Swimming all year in a crescent shaped bay. Great for beachcombing; view of prehistoric Huilua Fishpond. Adjacent "living cultural park" under development where Hawaiian families live nurturing and fostering native culture through interpretive programs.

Parking, restrooms, picnic tables, showers, camping.

©Ann Cecil
51-369 Kamehameha Highway, Kaaawa

A narrow two acre strip whose shallow waters are protected by a coral reef. A pleasant & safe place, very popular with campers during the summer.

Parking, restrooms, picnic tables, showers, camping.

©Ann Cecil

49-479 Kamehameha Highway, Kaneohe

Spectacular view of Koolau Mountains and Mokolii Island (nicknamed "Chinaman's Hat" for its cone shape). Listed in the National Register of Historical Places because of its importance to the native Hawaiian people.

Parking, restrooms, picnic tables, showers, camping, lifeguards.

On to Windward Oahu - Part 2

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