Kuhio Beach Park is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike who are looking to enjoy soft sands, inviting waters, and endless aquatic activities. You'll find plenty of thrilling adventures here along with some iconic landmarks.

The whole family can find fun at this beach whether you're looking to relax or play in the water in the kid-friendly protected areas. Thrills can be found by the surf breaks, which are recommended for more experienced beachgoers. You can easily spend the entire day here, but most people stay for around 3 or 4 hours.

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Kuhio Beach Park highlights

While you're visiting Kuhio Beach Park, be sure to check out the 3 iconic landmarks. You'll find the Prince Kuhio Statue, the Duke Kahanamoku Statue, and the Stones of Kapaemahu. The latter is particularly impressive, thanks to its integration of ancient basaltic stones in its design.

In addition to the statues, you'll also find 2 iconic surf breaks here. They're known as Queen's and Canoes, and they've attracted surfers from all over the world. Several surfing competitions are held there throughout the year, so keep that in mind if you want to watch or participate.

Good to know when visiting Kuhio Beach Park

Kuhio Beach Park is one of the most popular beaches in town, so it's generally best to visit earlier rather than later. The crowds can become quite expansive, so visiting in the early morning hours can give you a bit more space to relax.

When you visit this beach park, you'll find yourself close to quite a few other iconic attractions. Waikiki Beach is just a short distance to the north.

Kuhio Beach Park

Location: 2453 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA

Open: 24/7

Phone: +1 808-768-3003