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Kilauea Bay

Kilauea Bay
Swimming, Fishing, Paddle Boarding, Windsurfing
Kilauea Bay
No Restrooms, Public Parking, Dirt Parking Lot, No Lifeguard

Kilauea Bay - Kauai

This bay is where the Kilauea stream meets the ocean. The beach here is Kahili Beach and is a poplar surfing spot. The bay is calm and a good fishing or kayaking spot. The stream has a slow current, and many times the wind will blow you up or downstream.

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Map & Directions

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Take Highway 56 north to Wailapa Road and turn right. In about a half mile you will see a dirt road to the left. If you see gates and private property signs you have gone too far. Follow the dirt road (can be rough!) to the end and there is a small parking area along the road. It's a short walk to the beach.

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