Haleʻiwa attractions

Beach in Haleʻiwa

Haleʻiwa Aliʻi Beach Park

Home to some of the best surf on the North Shore, waves here can be huge and the beach is a popular spot for surf contests. In mid-November, the Triple Crown of Surfing gets under way on this break. When it’s relati…
Beach in Haleʻiwa

Haleʻiwa Beach Park

On the northern side of the harbor, this park is protected by a shallow shoal and breakwater so is usually a good choice for swimming. There’s little wave action, except for the occasional north swells that ripple i…
Church in Haleʻiwa

Liliʻuokalani Protestant Church

Haleʻiwa’s historic church, first built in 1832, takes its name from Queen Liliʻuokalani, who spent summers on the shores of the Anahulu River and attended services here. The current building was built of wood in 18…
Beach in Haleʻiwa

Kaiaka Bay Beach Park

Beachside trees a mile or so west of town offer shade, and turtles sometimes show up, but the swimming is better at the other local beaches. There are plenty of picnic areas and several designated campsites at the n…