Keokea Beach Park

Keokea Beach Park
Keokea Beach Park - a very secluded and peaceful spot, with large boulders, grassy areas, a pavilion for picnics, and strong waves at times. Many locals on Hawaii come here to enjoy a spot of shore fishing
Keokea Beach Park lies on Hawaii's northern shore. The beach area is small and rocky with the water nearly inaccessible. Water conditions on this shore are often rough with high surf. Fishing is the most popular use of this site. The county of Hawaii does maintain full facilities at this beach park. The campsites are not used often, so seclusion is usually a safe bet here. Many mature trees grow in the grassy camping area fronted by the lava rock beach.

Facilities include the following: covered picnic tables, drinking water, dishwashing area, rest rooms, electric lights and showers. Follow the Queen Kaahumanu Highway (19) north to Waikui. In Waikui bear left on the Akoni Pule Highway (270). Follow this to the windward side of the island. Once past Hawi, you'll see signs for the beach park.