Kamaole Beach Park I

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Overview

Kamaole Beach Park is a stretch of 3 beaches divided by lines of rocks. The beach park is known by locals as one of the best on the island, thanks to its fine sand and to the calm waters, which make it great for swimming. On your self-guided visit, you can also snorkel at this beach, and may see local flora and fauna hiding in the rocky outcrops.


If you’re visiting Kamaole Beach Park, it’s best to go in the morning as the water will be at its calmest. It’s a very popular beach with tourists, so getting there early may also help you to bag a spot. Facilities at the beach include a nearby parking lot and a manned lifeguard station.


Kamaole Beach Park is a great beach for people with disabilities. There are 4 dedicated accessible parking bays in the parking lot, and a smooth pathway of wooden boards from the parking lot to the beach. One of the beach showers is accessible for people with disabilities, and there is a lowered fountain for wheelchair users.


At Kamaole Beach Park 1, you can also borrow the beach’s sand beach chair, which is located at the lifeguard tower and is allocated on a first come, first served basis. The wheelchair is normally available to borrow from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM, but may not be offered if the water conditions are hazardous. Please be aware that you may have to self-transfer into the wheelchair or may require assistance to transfer from a companion, as the lifeguards are not obliged to assist you.

Detailed information

Bathroom available
Yes, but it's not accessible

Know before you go

What is included

  • Parking

  • Free entrance

What is not included

  • Assistants

  • Insurance

Location

Maui, Hawaii, USA

Location

Maui, Hawaii, USA

Free admission

Frequently asked questions

The tours we offer are designed to accommodate all kind of disabilities. Our travel experts can help you find the right tour to meet your accessibility needs.

Yes, this beach is accessed via a wheelchair-accessible path, and you can borrow a beach wheelchair from the lifeguard tower.

No, it is allocated on a first come, first served basis.