Photo by Wasabi
Surfers and boogie boarders flock to this water for the regular surf and wild conditions due to the constantly changing sand bar. The half mile long beach is a favorite for jogging, dog walking, kite flying, and bon fires. Public parking. New restrooms and sheltered picnic benches completed in 2008.
- Beach walks
- Family days
There are almost always waves to play in at Kealia and plenty of room to do it.
Strong currents. Powerful waves breaking on sandbars. Sharp reef.
Sandy shoreline with rocky points at each end. Sandy underwater with some reef.
Not Good For
Snorkeling - areas with sand bottom are not good for snorkeling because there is no reef to support a variety of fish.
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