Kahekili State Park
This beach is named after
the last king of Maui. King
Kamehameha fought long
and hard to defeat King
Kahekili, who turned out to
be his father. The beach is
long and sandy with great
facilities. A windbreak
protects the air from
aggravating afternoon
winds. Snorkeling and
scuba diving is especially
good here.   
Swimming is hazardous
due to hidden rocks in the
surf. Swimming is better
further down the beach
toward Black Rock.
Useful Information:
-Restrooms
-Showers
-Covered picnic tables
-Grassy area· Large, paved parking lot
-Good snorkeling and scuba diving
-Fair swimming
-Sandy beach with rocky areas
DIRECTIONS:
Take Highway 30 north from
Lahaina toward Ka'anapali. Just
past Mile Marker #25, turn left on
Kai Ala Drive to Kahekili Beach
Park