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I wouldn't waste my time at this park. Yes is has public restrooms, and camping is allowed, but it looked more like some folks are living there rather than just camping. There are a ton of wild chickens, so be prepared to listen to them...More
This is a great beach for family. There is a protected area to splash around in for little ones on one side and nice open water area on the other. It has bath rooms, life guards and a food vendor with tacos. In all a...More
Nice sandy beach, a little safer than many, with rock walls helping to protect the bay from the crashing waves seen elsewhere. Swimming and snorkelling in the shallow waters. As with most beach parks it benefits from picnic tables and barbecue pits, toilets and showers....More
This is our favorite beach so far in Kauai. The waves are super mellow with lots of good snorkeling spots. Rafael's taco truck was parked down there and we had some amazing tacos al pastor for lunch. It was an easy mile walk down from...More
We came to this beach when the weather was bad on the rest of the island. I'm so glad we did. There is nothing special about it but it was a good place to relax, swim and soak up the sun. There are restrooms and...More
Salt Pond Beach was our favorite beach on Kauai, The beach is shielded from the unsafe currents by curved walls of volcanic rock. This makes it safe to swim and snorkel. The beach is especially beautiful at sunset. We went during the week and had...More