Pupukea Beach Park

Pupukea Beach Park is a long and narrow eighty acre beach park with a rocky shore.   Pupukea in Hawaiian translates to "white shell" which could be due to the many white shells that can be found on these beaches.  Two small pocket beaches lie within the rocks at either end of the park; Three Tables to the north, and Shark's Cove to the south.  It is popular belief that Shark's Cove got it's name from a near by reef that resembles a shark when seen from above while Three Tables were named for the three sections of flat reef that emerge from the water. 


Amenities: parking, restrooms, showers

Activities: fishing, scuba, snorkeling, surfing, swimming