Salt Pond Beach Park
Photo by Douglas Peebles
Named for its traditional Hawaiian salt collecting ponds, this beach is protected by an outside reef with potential good winter snorkeling, fishing and swimming (conditions vary). Public parking, bathrooms and showers.
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- Beach walks
- Family days
Protected cove in trade winds is a favorite Monk Seal hangout.
Dangerous waves breaking on rocks, ledges and reefs. Sharp coral and slippery rocks.
Sandy beach is a little steeper than most. Shoreline has mixed sand and rock shelves. Mostly sandy mixed with reef underwater.
Not Good For
Surfing. Large outside reef protects bay from surf swells.
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