Hauʻula Beach Park
Hauʻula Forest Reserve
Open to hikers and mountain bikers, the tranquil Hauʻula Loop Trail is a 2.5-mile loop (1½ hours) that clambers through Waipilopilo...
Take a small-group horseback ride across a working ranch at the base of the Koʻolau Mountains. Options include scenic mosey-alongs,...
Half a mile south of the main entrance to the PCC, this is an excellent bodyboarding beach, but the shorebreak, as the name of the beach...
Papa Ole's Kitchen
When billing itself as ‘da original, with ʻono grinds’, Papa Ole’s doesn’t lie. Opt for sauteed veggies or a green salad instead of...
Hauʻula Beach Park information
Lonely Planet review
Across the road from the middle of town, this ironwood-shaded beach has a shallow, rocky bottom that isn’t too appealing for swimming but does attract snorkelers. It occasionally gets waves big enough for local kids to ride. The grassy lawn is popular for family picnics on weekends. The 15 roadside campsites here won’t give you a good night’s sleep.