Description of Po’olenalena Beach Park: Po’olani Beach is a gem of a beach hidden in Wailea. This place is frequented by mostly locals. This is because it is not located in front of or near large hotels. This long and sandy beach has excellent snorkeling spots filled with colorful corals and tropical fishes. Guests can use the free parking found on the North and South entrances of the beach. There are also porta-potties and showers located here. The main snorkel spots here are the rocky points located in the north and south of the beach. This place is also famous for the Hawaiian Sea Turtles that frequently stay here. The beach’s sandy bottom provides swimmers with a nice entryway into the water.

Beach Length: 4750.
Beach Type: Fine Sand.
Bottom Type: Rocky.
Is there a lifeguard? No, there is no lifeguard at this beach..
Facilities: Beach, Free Parking, Restrooms, Showers.
Hazards: Large Shorebreak.
Beach Access: Dirt Trail.
Parking: Dirt, Free Parking.
How hard is it to get there? Easy.
What is this beach best for? Body Boarding, Body Surfing, Snorkeling, Sunbathing, Swimming, Watching the Sunrise, Watching the Sunset.
Beach Schedule:
Monday: 7AM-7PM
Tuesday: 7AM-7PM
Wednesday: 7AM-7PM
Thursday: 7AM-7PM
Friday: 7AM-7PM
Saturday: 7AM-7PM
Sunday: 7AM-7PM.

How to get to Po’olenalena Beach Park

Jeremy Stice is the Author of the Maui Real Estate Guidebook.

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