About Haleiwa Harbor
Haleiwa Harbor is the only marina on Oahu’s famed North Shore. The harbor is home to many activity companies which offer shark diving, scuba diving, snorkeling, and sailing tours. The harbor also features two breakwaters to diminish large winter swells which cause big waves to break on North Shore Beaches.
Haleiwa Town is home to many of Oahu’s favorite spots. From restaurants like Pizza Bob’s to shave ice stands like Matsumoto’s, Haleiwa is the center of “country” Hawaiian living.
Haleiwa was a small center for local agriculture through the late 1800′s. In 1898 the first hotel of the area was built on the shores of the Anahulu Stream. Today, the famous “Rainbow Bridge” crosses the Anahulu and signifies entering Haleiwa Town.
Facts & Trivia
- Island: Oahu
- Amenities: Restrooms and the nearby Haleiwa and Ali'i Beach Parks.
- Insider Tip: Make plans to hang out for the day on Oahu's famous North Shore if you find yourself in the area.
- Fun Fact: Every year there is a spectacular surf contest at nearby
- What to Expect: A charming small harbor, activity tour companies, and beautiful natural scenery.
- Pop Culture: Haleiwa Harbor was the headquarters for the crew of Baywatch Hawaii.