The serenity here is unlike any other on Oahu. I absolutely love the clear water, white sand, and vast location. Even on holidays, it doesn’t get too crowded. This is great for those who want to be at an off-the-grid beach. Be weary, lifeguards are not widespread. Most times, there are Portuguese man-o-war (A blue type of jellyfish) that can sting humans and ongoing current conditions posted along the beach. This beach is absolutely gorgeous on a sunny day and at times, feels surreal. The fine sand and pristine water is a great place for couples or families.




This beach has two entrances; A public (AKA Sherwoods) and a military (AKA Bellows) side – same stretch of beach just different names/entrances.  The public side is located on the same street as the Waimanalo McDonald’s. As you keep driving down the road on McDonald’s you will see a fence at the end with cars parked -You’re in the right location. The military side – There is a sign that says ‘Bellows Air Force Station’. One must have a Military ID card to get through the guarded gate.

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Although it’s not a “parking lot”, we always find a spot somewhere around here. Some neighbors are nice enough to let you park on their property.
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Entrance from the parking area.

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Decided to get some lunch and bring it back to the beach! This place is a little passed McDonald’s, right next to a 7eleven.

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A delicious banana smoothie!




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A local style, delicious, sweet, crispy, crunchy Mochiko Chicken.

Bellows Field Beach Park
220 Tinker Road
Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795

Kenekes
41-857 Kalanianaole Hwy
Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795


“In order to carry a positive action we must develop here a positive vision.”
– Dalai Lama



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