Hauula Beach Park is a very exciting beach. The beach receives many visitors from other countries every day. Within a distance from the Hauula Beach Park, you will find many lodgings. If you plan to stay at one of the lodgings near the beach, be sure to make reservations in advanced. The hotels are quite far away from the beach so you have to travel a long way to reach one. It is important that you book the hotel room a few weeks in advance as they are often sold out in a short time. The hotels are usually fully booked during the summer months.
The beach is protected by coral reef on both sides. When walking among the coral reefs, you must be careful of the rip tide. The Hauula Beach receives its water from the Maakua stream. Because the water from the Maakua stream will flow into the Hauula Beach, a deep hollow is often developed at the floor of the ocean. On the opposite of the beach park, you will be able to observe the remains of the Lanakila Church.
You can go camping at the campground in the park. There are 15 camping sites in the park. It is free to camp at the site. However, you need to obtain camping permit at the park. If you apply for one permit, you can allow up to 10 people to camp with you. You can camp in tents or recreational vehicle. The permit allows up to 2 family sized tents to be set up in the area. If you want to make reservation for the camping site, be sure to do so two weeks before the requested camping period. If you make reservation at the last minute, the camping grounds will be completely booked. The beach is situated nearby to the Kamehameha Highway. The beach park is equipped with several amenities such as picnic table, outdoor barbeque grills and pay phone. Drinking water is available at the park. The park is closed during Wednesday and Thursday so that the staff can carry out the maintenance.
If you are from Honolulu or Waikiki, you can take the H-1 Freeway West. After that, you should turn into the Wilson Tunnel located at Highway 83. The Highway 83 is located on the left side of the Kahekili Highway. If you drive for another 17 miles, you should see the Hauula Beach Park to your right side.
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