This popular park is also known as Thousand Peaks, because there's barely a break between each wave. Beginning to intermediate surfers say it's a good spot to longboard or body board. It's easy entry into the water, and you don't have to paddle out far. The beach itself leaves something to be desired, because it's more dead grass than sand, but there is some shade, mostly from thorny kiawe trees; footwear is a good idea. Portable toilets are available, along with picnic tables and grills. Amenities: parking (no fee); showers; toilets. Best for: surfing.
Rte. 30, near mile marker 12, Olowalu, Hawaii, 96761, United States