Kauai Travel Guide

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Kekaha Beach Park

  • Rte. 50 Map It
  • Kekaha
  • Beach–Sight

Published 01/20/2010

Fodor's Review

This is one of the premier spots on Kauai for sunset walks and the start of the state's longest beach. We don't recommend much water activity here without first talking to a lifeguard. The beach is exposed to open ocean and has an onshore break that can be hazardous any time of year. However, there are some excellent surf breaks—for experienced surfers only. Or, if you would like to run or stroll on a beach, this is the one—the hard-packed sand goes on for miles, all the way to Napali Coast, but you won't get past the Pacific Missile Range Facility and its post-9/11 access restrictions. Another bonus for this beach is its relatively dry weather year-round. If it's raining where you are, try Kekaha Beach Park. Toilets here are the portable kind. Amenities: lifeguards; parking; showers; toilets. Best for: sunset; surfing; walking.

Sight Information


Rte. 50, near mile marker 27, Kekaha, Hawaii, 96752, USA

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Published 01/20/2010


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