Salt Pond Park
9 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Depending on weather, can be a great place to spend a day swimming and snorkeling.
Salt Pond Beach Park is almost always sunny and perfect for families with shade pavilions and shallow pool areas for keiki to swim. Picnic or BBQ in the park. Lifeguard and facilities available.
Great for kids and safe for everyone. Great spot to spend the day so take a picnic and a cooler.
Nice local beach good for days when wintry weather on north shore preclude beach time...
They actually have salt ponds here for harvesting amazing salt! Great place to sleep in the sun and read a book oh and of course play in safe waters :)
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“Adjacent to the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa on the sunny south shore of Kauai, this outstanding course is backed by lush emerald mountains and sculpted from a rolling plateau eight stories above the Pacific Ocean. Nestled among the gentle contours of Poipu Bay you’ll discover the remains of Hawaiian heiau (places of worship) and ancient stone walls. If this weren’t challenge enough, Mother Nature presents you with one distraction after another. From rare Hawaiian monk seals, green sea turtles, and humpback whales, you’ll have lots of wild excuses to back your scorecard. Plus, Poipu Bay is home to Nene Geese which are endemic to Hawaii, and not encountered anywhere else in the world outside of their native environment. Even the most focused golfer will be challenged by the breathtaking views. ”
- 3 locals recommend
“Great food and bar with live entertainment on certain nights. Don't miss this one.”
- 6 locals recommend
“Excellent fish selection, great local island vibe, reasonably priced. Good ahi poke. ”
- 4 locals recommend
“This nine-hole course, nestled on the hills above Kalaheo, may be one of Kauai's best kept golfing secrets. Originally built as the personal course of sugar king Walter McBryde, Kukuiolono Golf Course offers generous fairways, limited hazards, and panoramic views of Kauai's scenic southwest side. This is a great course for beginners. Following its creation, McBryde donated the course to the people of Kauai. The local name for the course is Kook's. The best part is the laid back atmosphere and the no schedule tee time. If you need to wait to tee off, get a bucket of balls and take in the panoramic view from the driving range, or grab some food and beer in the newly opened Paco's Taco's Cantina. Besides the scenic beauty and great golfing, the price can't be beat at $9 dollars to play, $9 dollars for a cart (that fits 2 people) and only $9 for club rentals. To share a fun family golfing experience on a relaxed course, we recommend Kooks! Head west on the Highway to Kalaheo, make a left onto Papalina Rd at the traffic light and wind up the hillside residential neighborhood of Mauka Kalaheo and check out this awesome 9 hole hidden gem. ”
- 8 locals recommend