This is a long white-sand beach located along Farrington Highway on Oahu's west shore.The 40-acre park is named after the small town of Ma'ili. Much of the shoreline is lined by rock shelves. In the winter months, the beach gets pounded by high surf and strong currents can be present on any day. There is a spacious park with plenty of room for a picnic. A popular surf site called Green Lanterns is just offshore near the mouth of Ma'ili'ili Stream, and another one called Tumbleland is near the center of the beach. Camping is allowed at Ma'ili Beach Park, but a permit is required. For more info on how to get a permit, see here.
No Amplified Music
No Cars on Sand
No Fire Pits
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Always check in with a lifeguard before you swim.