Kamaole Beach Park 1-3

Suitable for:
Everyone, Nature lover, Families, Couples
Insider tip or tourist spot?
Well known, but not overcrowded
Insider Tip
Allow time:
2.5 Hours
Optimal arrival time:
16:00 Clock
Suitable for:
Everyone, Nature lover, Families, Couples
Insider tip or tourist spot?
Well known, but not overcrowded
Insider Tip
Allow time:
2.5 Hours
Optimal arrival time:
16:00 Clock

Details of the beach

Equipment at Kamaole Beach Park 1-3
(Available: Showers, Toilets, Picnic tables, Lifeguard)
The beach is popular for:
(Known for: Sunset, Swimming, Snorkeling, Bodyboarding)
Beach material
Sand fine
Sand color
25000 sqm
Entry into the sea
Sight in the sea
Very clear

Kamaole Beach Park 1-3 - Description

Kihei's most popular beach sections - Kamaole Beach Park 1-3

In the middle of Kihei are the three popular and much frequented beach sections of Kama'ole Beach Park. They are long beaches with golden sand and each section captivates with its own facets.

The three beaches of Kama'ole Beach Park are popular among both visitors and locals mainly because of the beauty of the nature, the many facilities and the easy accessibility. They are separated only by rocks and it is easily feasible to get from one beach to the other in a relaxed manner, strolling along all three sections. Kam I, Kam II and Kam III, as they like to be called, offer spectacular views of the three offshore islands of Kaho'olawe, Lanai and Molokai.

The Kam I section is popular for sunbathing and swimming, and in the so-called Charley Young section of the beach, visitors can marvel at Hawaii's diverse underwater world while snorkeling. The Kam II section will not always be visible as a beach, in good weather conditions visitors will find a beautiful beach as you would expect, in bad weather conditions with strong winds and storms it is not uncommon for all the sand to be blown away leaving only black lava rock. Kam III is undoubtedly the most popular and also the most visited of the beaches. It is popular for boogie boarding, has a large green area for picnicking and a playground. Those who jump on the boogie board themselves should beware of rocks under the water surface that cannot be seen.


There is ample parking available for visitors at Kama'ole Beach Park.

Contact details

Address: Kama'ole Beach Park, South Kihei Rd, Kihei, HI 96753
Phone: +1 808 2707230
Coordinates: 20° 716701″ N, -156° 446310″ W

What we say

All three sections have their own charm. Section I the smallest of the three beaches with a length of about 500 meters and invites more to swim, because there is little swell. Also at Kam II you can swim super and snorkel. This beach section is wider than the other two. At Kam I + II most bars and restaurants are within walking distance. Section III is ideal for bodyboarding as the waves break there. Also good for kids. If you prefer to lie in the grass rather than in the sand, this section is recommended. Shady places under trees can also be found there and the large playground makes it even more attractive for families there.
Our checklist & tips:
  • Turtle guarantee snorkeling
  • Nice localities within walking distance
  • In winter the beaches are popular for whale watching
  • Good parking facilities on the street
  • Ideal to enjoy the sunset
  • Snorkeling is best in the morning
  • Playground at Kam III

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Map and contact data

Longitude: -156.447
Latitude: 20.7217

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