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Alternative-Hawaii Beach Guide to North Shore Molokai  

Molokai Beaches:
A Sampler

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Central Molokai
(See also Molokai Camping)


  • Call National Weather Service 877-5111 for Weather & 877-3477 for Marine Forecast.
  • Molokai offers a wide variety of ocean activities. However, there are no lifeguards on Molokai and some of its most beautiful beaches are remote and treacherous (especially during winter months). Exercise EXTREME caution before entering the water. When in Doubt, Just Stay Out!
  • See Common Hazardous Beach and Ocean Conditions that apply to all Hawaiian beaches.
  • For more information on Molokai beaches, call Molokai Visitors Association at (808) 553-3876.
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©Ann Cecil
KIOWEA BEACH PARK
Located on Maunaloa Hwy (Hwy 460) between Kaunakakai & Kalamalua

A narrow strip of sand facing a very shallow, muddy, ocean bottom - a poor swimming area. Several springs offshore. Site of a famous coconut Grove - allegedly planted by King Kamehameha V - danger of falling coconuts!

Pavilion, restrooms, picnic tables, BBQ grills.


©Ann Cecil
ONE ALII BEACH COUNTY PARK
Located on Kamehameha V Hwy (Hwy 450), just east of the Hotel Molokai

One of the few nice beach parks on the island's south central shore. One Alii is also known as Alii Fishpond. Not a swimming beach - murky water.

Restrooms, showers, picnic tables, camping.

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