Lahaina to Maʻalaea attractions

Beach in Lahaina to Maʻalaea

Launiupoko Beach Park

The park is an ideal spot for families; na keiki (children) have a blast wading in the large rock-enclosed shoreline pool and good picnic facilities invite you to linger. Launiupoko is at the traffic lights at the 1…
Archaeological Site in Olowalu

Olowalu Petroglyphs

A short walk behind the general store leads to 200–300-year-old petroglyphs (ancient Hawaiian stone carvings). Park just beyond the water tower at the back of Olowalu's general store and it's a 440yd walk up a dirt …
Beach in Lahaina to Maʻalaea

Ukumehame Beach Park

Home to the Thousand Peaks surf spot, toward Ukumehame's western end, this uncrowded break is a good option for long-boarders and beginner surfers wanting to get away from the crowds of nearby beaches like Launiupok…
Beach in Olowalu

Olowalu Beach

The coral reef of Olowalu Beach, which is popular with snorkelers, is shallow and silty, and the ‘sharks may be present’ signs lining the beach mean what they say. There was a reported minor shark attach near Olowal…
Beach in Lahaina to Maʻalaea

Puamana Beach Park

This shady beach park, 1.5 miles south of Lahaina, is rocky but sometimes has good conditions for beginner surfers – otherwise it’s mostly a quick stop for a seaside view, particularly at sunset. Not a great spot fo…