Hau'ula Beach Park

During the summer months the hau flower blooms and eventually turns red. This is said to be how Hau'ula got it's name as it directly translates to "red hau". In the early 1920s 9 acres of beachfront property were designated for a park and eventually became Hau'ula beach park. A narrow sand beach fronts the park with a large shallow reef just north of it.  Offshore, the terrain is said to be rocky with small patch reefs as you continue further out.

Amenities: parking, restroom, showers

Activities: fishing, surfing, swimming