Description of Baldwin Beach:  This mile long beach is the largest beach in the north side of Maui. It stretches from Paia to Sprekelsville. This place is great if you want to get some alone time. There is also a great place for kids to swim in on the western tip of Baldwin Beach. Called Baby Beach because of the large, calm pool that lines the shore, this is ideal for those who want to have a relaxing swim. Although caution is still advised since the lifeguard is at the other end of the beach.

Beach Length: Approximately 5200 Feet.

Beach Type: Fine Sand.

Bottom Type: Sandy.

Is there a lifeguard? Yes, there is a lifeguard at this beach.

Facilities: BBQ Grills, Beach, Free Parking, Picnic Tables, Shaded Pavillions, Showers.

Hazards: Partially Buried Rocks.

Beach Access: Stairs.

Parking: Paved, Dirt.

How hard is it to get there? Easy.

What is this beach best for? BBQ, Kids, Photography, 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 Baldwin Beach

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

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