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Kahalu’u Beach Park Page 2
(a/k/a Turtle Beach, Snorkel Beach)
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Picnic tables, BBQ and shade.
Morning sun = good snorkeling visibility
and uncrowded beach.
Enjoy the sea turtles here that can grow to 2+ feet.
Touching or disturbing them = $5000 fine and jail time!
At the south end of the park, children love to explore these tide pools for sea creatures.
ADULTS- Be cautious of the slippery green moss on the rocks.
Experienced snorkelers can explore beyond
this point to the South.
Scenic St. Peter's church is just North of the beach.
The tiny church is popular for weddings.
There are shady areas for redheads to read.
One of several entries to the water.
Locals call this "Kid's Beach".
Bring an aquarium fish net - $3 at discount stores.
Bring a picnic and cooler. A lunch truck often sells food and beverages.
Surf lesson vans park in this area.
The parking lot fills up fast. Come early or
wait a few minutes
for a spot.
Additional parking along the road.
Directions: Kahalu'u is on Ali'i Drive 5 miles South of the Kona pier,
and 1 mile North of Keauhou.
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