Haleiwa Ali’i Beach Park

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About Haleiwa Ali’i Beach Park

Description


If youre looking for a relaxing day at one of Oahus North Shore Beaches, visit the 19-acre Haleiwa Alii Beach Park. While tourists flock to places like Ehukai Beach and Sunset Beach, this quiet paradise is a favorite of residents looking to enjoy surfing, swimming, snorkeling, beach volleyball, and an outdoor barbeque or family picnic.

The first stop on the 7 Mile Miraclea stretch of surfing beaches running along Oahus North ShoreHaleiwa Ali’i Beach Park is a fantastic place to learn how to surf during the summer time (just be sure to stay close to shore). In the winter, however, the waves are braved by seasoned surfers.

History


In 1976, the John K. Kalili Surf Center opened at Haleiwa Alii Beach Park., where you can sign up for lessons in surfing, sailing and skin diving! The Center also operates lifeguard programs, extracurricular activies, family events, town meetings and more.

Facts & Trivia

  • Island: Oahu
  • Amenities: Parking, lifeguards, showers, restrooms, grassy picnic areas, the John K. Kalili Surf Center.
  • Insider Tip: Haleiwa Ali'i Beach Park is within walking distance from the towns unique shops, restaurants and cafes. Cruise down to nearby Haleiwa Joes or Matsumotos Shave Ice after a relaxing day at the beach for a true North Shore experience!
  • Fun Fact: The word alii means royal in Hawaiian, and so Haleiwa Alii Beach Park is sometimes called Kings or Royals Beach.
  • What to Expect: Grassy park areas, sandy and rocky shores, amateur and seasoned professionals, the Haleiwa Boat Harbor, the Waianae Mountain Range, and more.
  • Pop Culture: The John K. Kalili Surf Center was once the headquarters for TV series Baywatch Hawai'i.