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Keiki Cove Beach

Keiki Cove Beach
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Keiki Cove Beach
No Restrooms, Public Parking, Roadside Parking, No Lifeguard, Paved Road

Keiki Cove Beach - Kauai

A great place to take toddlers and babies is Keiki Cove just down the road from Lawai Beach. In Hawaiian Keiki means children.  A small strip of white sand, this little cove and beach are rarely used, have ample parking across the street, and have lava rock steps for easy access.  Its shallow water and typically small lapping waves are perfect for the little one to learn about the ocean.  Older kids will find all the tide pools fascinating.  Adults…please be sure to always check the water before allowing kids to play.

Another great and bigger nearby beach for kids is Baby Beach.

Map & Directions

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From Koloa town, head south on Poipu Road. Continue along on Poipu Road (HI-520) until you merge into the "Welcome to Poipu Beach” round-about. Continue around the round-about and follow the sign "Spouting Horn” (second exit) and continue along Lawai Road for approximately two and a quarter miles.  Pass the The Beach House restaurant and Lawai Beach Resort and look for the lava rock wall after the second house after Lawai beach.  Plenty of free parking is available in the small lot on the right.

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Keiki Cove Beach Safety

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This beach is usually calm, but waves and strong currents can exist during the summer months.