Keʻe Beach

Keʻe Beach information

Haʻena State Park , USA
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Perhaps the most memorable North Shore sunsets happen at this spiritual place, from where the first Hawaiians to practice hula came. It offers a refreshing dip after hiking the nearby Kalalau Trail in summer months. Beware that Keʻe Beach has appeared calm to swimmers when otherwise. Keʻe has a keyhole in its reef, through which some have been sucked under. Summer brings waves of car break-ins in the parking lot, so leave cars (especially those that are obviously rentals, such as Mustangs, Sebrings and PT Cruisers) free from valuables. There are showers and restrooms on-site.