Honoliʻi Beach

This East side surf spot is just minutes away from downtown Hilo! Follow the set of stairs down through the sweeping, tropically manicured gardens that lead to the oceans edge. Located along the Honoli`i stream that flows into the Pacific Ocean, this small, blacksand beach is a great place to enjoy with friends and family! Most importantly, Honoli’i it’s a great wave to surf! Whether you are a beginner or advanced surfer there is a surf break for everyone to enjoy. Flop around in the river and find your center on the board or paddle out to the Point and drop into a sweet barrel. Enjoy the beautiful views of the valley from the ocean, and take in the wildlife that swim through the bay. You can frequently see sea turtles, whales and much more! If this is your first time to Honoli`i, we recommend that you check-in with the Life Guards for ocean conditions and surfing safety tips, as the river currents can become dangerous during or after heavy rainfall. The main thing to remember is, “if in doubt, don`t go out”. This popular surf spot can be crowded, so just be respectful, safe and have fun! Amenities include: showers, restrooms. Tips: parking can get crowded, be patient until a spot opens or catch a ride with friends!

Address: Honoli’i Beach Park, Hawaii 96720

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Honoliʻi Beach

This East side surf spot is just minutes away from downtown Hilo! Follow the set of stairs down through the sweeping, tropically manicured gardens that lead to the oceans edge. Located along the Honoli`i stream that flows into the Pacific Ocean, this small, blacksand beach is a great place to enjoy with friends and family! Most importantly, Honoli’i it’s a great wave to surf! Whether you are a beginner or advanced surfer there is a surf break for everyone to enjoy. Flop around in the river and find your center on the board or paddle out to the Point and drop into a sweet barrel. Enjoy the beautiful views of the valley from the ocean, and take in the wildlife that swim through the bay. You can frequently see sea turtles, whales and much more! If this is your first time to Honoli`i, we recommend that you check-in with the Life Guards for ocean conditions and surfing safety tips, as the river currents can become dangerous during or after heavy rainfall. The main thing to remember is, “if in doubt, don`t go out”. This popular surf spot can be crowded, so just be respectful, safe and have fun! Amenities include: showers, restrooms. Tips: parking can get crowded, be patient until a spot opens or catch a ride with friends!

Address: Honoli’i Beach Park, Hawaii 96720

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Pohoiki

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