Kapa’a Beach Park
This beach park is rocky and usually has calm waters which is ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving. During the winter months there can be strong currents, so use caution. It’s the opposite of tropical, yet feels like a Hawaiian beach. It’s dry and barren, with ironwood trees. But seldom are there crowds here, and it’s a fantastic spot to have a picnic. There’s a covered pavilion with a million dollar view of the ocean. It’s secluded, away from crowds, except for the occasional tourists that drop in to take a few pictures then head out.
There are boulders instead of sand; ironwood trees instead of palms. Probably the unique feature of this beach park is the large old style water tower at the entrance to the park. There are restrooms, picnic tables, and plenty of parking spots to camp at.
$20/person/night (Out of State) and $5/person/night (Kama’aina)Reserve Site