Waimanalo attractions

Top Choice Beach in Waimanalo

Waimanalo Bay Beach Park

A wide forest of ironwoods hides a broad sandy beach with little development in sight. This 75-acre county park has Waimanalo Bay’s biggest waves and is popular with board surfers and bodyboarders. Even if you’re no…
Beach in Waimanalo

Bellows Field Beach Park

With fine sand and a natural setting backed by ironwood trees in places, this is a great beach. The only problem is that the park is only open to civilians on weekends (and national holidays) because it fronts Bello…
Beach in Waimanalo

Waimanalo Beach Park

By the side of the roadway south of the main business area, this sloping strip of soft white sand has little puppy waves that are excellent for swimming. Manana Island and Makapuʻu Point are visible to the south. Th…
Statue in Waimanalo

Akebono Statue

Posed in fighting form outside East Honolulu Clothing Company in Waimanalo Town Center is one of Waimanalo's most famous sons. Chad Rowan was born here in 1969 and went on to make history by becoming the first non-J…