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Kanaha Beach Park


  1. Volleyball


Beautiful, Kanahâ Beach Park rests on a peaceful coastal expanse between Kahului Bay and Spreckelsville Beach. Breathtaking views of the West Maui Mountains and ‘Îao Valley await visitors. A swim, a picnic in the shade of the tall trees flanking the beach, or a game of beach volleyball can be enjoyed as well.
 Lae’ula O Kai Canoe Club’s headquarters is maintained at the beachfront pavilion, and windsurfers often make good use of Kanahâ’s favorable offshore breezes. Street signs along Amala Place point the way. The beach is within walking distance of Kahului Airport and easily accessible from Hâna Highway 36 with ample parking available.

Contact Information
District Supervisor
Keoni Tengan (808) 270-7232
[email protected]

Central District Main Line 
(808) 270-6139
Overview and parking

Park size40 acres of broad white sand beach surrounded by trees
Park structuresCanoe halau (covered, open-walled, barn-style; has permanent stage)
SwimmingNo lifeguard on duty; Station manned 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Picnic areas13 grills, 23 tables, and centrally located water taps by the beach edge / tree line
SportsVolleyball (3 sand courts with poles; no nets or balls provided)
ActivitiesWindsurfing, kite surfing, camping, mountain biking, canoeing 
Parking4 lots with 189 spaces (Lot #1: 55 spaces, Lot #2: 21 spaces, Lot #3: 15 spaces, Lot #4: 98 spaces)

All lots have ADA-reserved spaces; Lots are numbered sequentially from the westernmost; Each park entrance leads to a lot
Public Restrooms2 pavilions (adjacent to lifeguard office and near Parking Lot 1)
WaterOutdoor showers, water taps, water fountains
ADA AccessibilityADA parking, restrooms at Parking Lot #1
ElectricalNo public use; No overhead or other lighting provided at the park
OfficesLifeguard office attached to garage; Ocean rescue equipment storage
Telephones4 pay phones (at kiosk adjacent to women's restroom by Parking Lot #1) 
EmergencyImmediate support from lifeguard staff (8:00 am - 4:30 pm)