Kihei Beach Reserve in Maui, Hawaii
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Kihei Beach Reserve

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Kihei Beach Reserve Looking North Down the Beach

Park Address:

65 W Lipoa St
Kihei, Hawaii 96753


Kihei  Beach Reserve Directions and Address in Kihei on Maui in Hawaii

Beach Checklist:

Free Parking

Long Beach

No Restrooms

No Showers

Small Waves

Paddle Boarding

Free Parking

Not Popular

Soft Sand

Minimal Lava Rocks

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View of Kihei Beach Reserve
View of Kihei Beach Reserve
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View to the South from Kihei Beach Reserve
View to the South from Kihei Beach Reserve
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View to the North from Kihei Beach Reserve
View to the North from Kihei Beach Reserve
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Shallow Blue Water at Kihei Beach Reserve
Shallow Blue Water at Kihei Beach Reserve


Why Kihei Beach Reserve?

You can walk this beach and the connecting beaches for over a mile. This beach has nice soft sand with minimal shade on the beach. In the northern most part of the beach, there are lots of pieces of broken coral washed up on shore. On the south end there is a rock pier that extends for a few feet into the ocean.


What is the Vibe at Kihei Beach Reserve?

It is a clean, family beach with no lifeguards on duty and plenty of room. This beach is rarely crowded and draws a good amount of onlookers for the sun set. The beach entering the water has a nice slow gradation which makes it perfect for little ones and adults alike.


What is the Best Time of Day to Visit?

The coral reef makes it very shallow here. The waves are small smooth which makes for a great beach at any time of day. In the summer months, the swell can come up and bring 1-3 foot waves in the afternoon.


Are Fires Allowed at the Beach Park?

No fires are allowed; use a small grill or hibachi in the park areas and keep them off the beach. Hot coals hidden in the sand can smolder for hours and creating a real danger to barefoot beachgoers the next day. More information from the Department of Land and Natural Resources can be found here: Fire Usage