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Parks & nature in Hauula

Beach
“ACTIVE OAHU TOURS has Kayaking, SUP, & Snorkel Tours Available for individuals and families. Call 808-498-1894 to book equipment rental or a tour today! This Rainforest River is perfect for enjoying a few hours in the jungles of Hawaii. A MUST!!! Free Deliveries and Pickup for all equipment! ”
16 locals recommend
Beach
“There is plenty of parking if you don't want to walk - head across the big grassy area to get to the beach - our favorite spot for our kids to swim, Alligator Pond, is off to the far right a little ways down the beach.”
8 locals recommend
Campground
“The beach park next to Hale Koolau with excellent snorkeling and sandy bottom swimming.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Crouching Lion Hike is 2 miles from the Paradise Beach Retreat. It is a short hike but steep. This hike has beautiful views of the Kahana Bay and town of Kaaawa. There is also a 4 mile loop trail also but this is for advanced hikers.”
4 locals recommend
Trail
“A nine minute walk from our front door will bring you to the trail head of this somewhat challenging loop. Bring water and carriers for little ones - it'll be about a 2 hour hike. (This is actually in Hauula, I'm not sure why it's showing up as Laie)”
3 locals recommend
Park
2 locals recommend
Nature Preserve
“Famous state park located in Hauula. Hiking into the valley is closed but you can hike the nearby Hauula Trails. ”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Hiking trails back into the valley and stories of the Menehune. nice protected bay for the Beach. bathroom and showers.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“The Jet Black Sand is truly incredible to behold! The Hawaiian Honu (Turtles) are usually there sleeping on the beach in the sun. They are protected so please give them their space. ”
2 locals recommend
Park
“A few minutes past the trail head for Hauula Loop you'll see our local art gallery that changes periodically. Opposite the graffiti wall is the Ma'akua Ridge trail. A 2.5 mile loop trail with amazing views - sometimes we just go up to the ridge for the view and go back home, which takes a half hour to 45 minutes depending on who's walking. The whole loop can take 2+ hours. (This is actually in Hauula, I'm not sure why it's showing up as Laie)”
1 local recommends
Campground
“Keep an eye out for yellow ropes up across from the Rainbow Castle - Honey Girl, our resident Monk Seal likes to rest on the beach here. When she's on the beach there will be a volunteer close by who can tell you lots about Hawaiian Monk Seals as they make sure she isn't disturbed.”
1 local recommends