The famous Waimea Beach Park. Being a local, it is one of our most cherished spots on our home island. Today, we planned on arriving late after lunch and stayed until sunset. This is definitely a top ten spot if you visit Oahu, local or tourist alike. This is a wide, white-sand beach with very limited parking but if you are lucky enough to get a spot you are going to love it! There are facilities available but pack your lunch and bring plenty of water! A rock (famously known as Waimea Rock) rises approximately 20 feet/6 meters out of the water that the adventurous jump off. All in all, Waimea Bay is one of those special places on the planet that you’ll be glad to say you have visited.

Don’t forget to pack your snorkels and fins!

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The parking lot is always crowded – it’s quite small. Cars ended up parking on the grass (careful though because you may get a ticket). We recommend carpooling if possible!

Parking is crazy however, there is parking available in several other locations besides Waimea’s main parking lot. Following the road, passed Waimea’s entrance, a church is located on the right that offers parking – $5 for the day. There’s also a stretch of parking along the side of the road before entering Waimea. Lastly, about a mile walk away, is street parking in residential neighborhoods both before and after Waimea Beach and the Church.

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Waimea Bay Beach Park
61-031 Kamehameha Hwy.
Haleiwa, HI 96712


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Wanderlustyle is a travel orientated blog by Reid and Maryrose, a Hawaii-based couple in the pursuit to help others live a venturesome lifestyle. They love to explore new places, document their adventures, relieve their travel experiences via written word, and share tips along the way in hopes for the reader to achieve the best out of their journeys. If you would like to know more, visit the "About Us" section to really understand the lifestyle they hope to cultivate in others!

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