Kekaha Kai (Kona Coast) State Park

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Mahai’ula section has a sandy beach and dune offering opportunities for swimming and beach-related activities. A picnic area with tables is available. A 4.5-mile hike north through this wilderness park on the historic coastal trail, Ala Kahakai, leads to Kua Bay. Midway, a hike to the summit of Pu’u Ku’ili, a 342-foot high cinder cone, offers an excellent view of the coastline. Dry and hot with no drinking water. Kua Bay section at north end of park offers beach-related activities.


Reviews

Shy Shy

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Saturday, May 6, 2017

Nice beach not good for swimming. Rough ride in to the beach on an gravel lava road but it was fun. Beach is dirty with homemade fishing equipment and other debris.

Lidia Cebba

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Saturday, May 13, 2017

This beach is gorgeous and is a necessary to visit prior to leaving ! The water is crystal clear and the view is amazing as well .And if you thought Hapuna beach is a must see , than you are in for a treat!

Nathan DiPietro

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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Best boogie boarding waves I found on this trip. Nice food truck. Chill seal sleeping on the beach.

Mel Bail

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Friday, May 12, 2017

Worth the drive to the beach! If you have a 4x4 it's not a problem. I don't recommended it for regular cars.

Heather Velazquez

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

This is my family's favorite beach. Easy access, restrooms, snack shack, and the water is perfect. One draw back is all the trash that comes up, I assume from the ocean or idiots leaving their mess after using the beach. Such a beautiful and very relaxing beach.