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- 98%Family Travelers
- 64%History Buffs
- 64%Local Culture
- 64%Budget Travelers
- 51%Spiritual Seekers
User Reviews (19 Reviews)
- Kalepolepo Beach ParkJan 24, 2014
Go to mauifishpond.org for information on Hawaiian outrigger canoe paddling leaving from Kalepolepl Beach Park next door to Menehune Shores. Includes talks from local Hawaiian kapuna about the cultural significance and use of the ocean fish pond at Menehune Shores.
- Kalepolepo Beach ParkSep 29, 2013
This is one of my favorite beaches!
Never crowded, picnic tables, outdoor showers, BBQ areas, large grassy area, nice soft sand, plenty of parking, easy access, etc.
The waves are much calmer at this beach. I always see lots of turtles. Great spot to swim and snorkel. It is also the best spot in Maui to catch the sunset. I like to sit on the deck of the whale education center (blue building) during sunset. It's extra fabulous plus there are telescopes to view the whales. One other awesome feature is the ancient fish pond, this is a very sacred spot, indeed!!!!
- Kalepolepo Beach ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9May 01, 2013
Beautiful beach to enjoy the sunset or a nice walk in the morning. I take my kids 'shelling' here and they love finding all sorts of Hawaiian seashells for their collections. It's right across from Koa Resort, making it very easy for us to get to!
- Kalepolepo Beach ParkFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Kalepolepo is a unique beach in that it is home to a man-made indigenous Hawaiian fish pond (a circle of rocks that creates a calm area) These fish ponds have historical relevance and also provide the perfect venue for beginner snorkelers. It is very popular with local families, and that is generally a good barometer of quality.