Launiopoko Beach park

Sandy beach, long-boarding waves, a salt-water “keiki pool” (kiddie pool), and lots shade to enjoy the beautiful view.


Bodyboarding in the keiki pool at Launiopoko Beach Park

Location:  Mile 18 on Honoapiilani Highway click for map

What to bring: swimsuits, towels and sunscreen, surfboards, rashguards, and surf wax, beach toys for the kids, lunch and drinking water

Provided free at site: free parking at park and across the highway; bathrooms and outdoor shower, charcoal grills and outdoor tables

Best time to go: early morning on a weekday during the summer for best parking and surf; its most crowded midday, especially on weekends.

Where to stock up for lunch and beach supplies: Olowalu store and Leoda’s bakery in Olowalu.


Longboarding at Launiopoko

One of the great features of this park is that it is so sprawling that even on weekends when there are 10 birthday parties happening at once, you can still find a shady nook to yourself.  Some of the most elegant surfers on Maui can be seen hanging ten here during south swells.  The sandy beach is an easy entry point for surfers of all ages and abilities. Keiki love to splash and jump in the natural salt water pool.  Plenty of picnic tables and grills also make this a great place for a family dinner to watch the sunset.


Great sunsets at Launiopoko Beach Park

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