D. T. Fleming Beach Park — Kapalua

This classic west Maui beach was named “America’s Best Beach” in 2006. A long-time favorite for body and board surfing, this public park also features good swimming. Facilities include picnic tables and restrooms. Lifeguards on duty.

Kapalua, Hawaii


Kaanapali Beach — Kaanapali Resort

Kaanapali Beach

West Maui’s “signature” beach. Three miles of white sand; sailboat and catamaran rides and rentals; surf and windsurf lessons. Easy walking access from all Kaanapali hotels.Features “Dig Me Beach. Named “America’s Best Beach” in 2003”

Lahaina, Hawaii


Kapalua Beach — Kapalua Resort

Old Fleming Beach, Kapalua BeachKnown to Maui veterans as Old Fleming Beach, Kapalua is the first of Maui’s beaches, and the first beach ever, to be named “”America’s Best Beach” (1991).” A truly beautiful tropical beach which offers swimming, snorkeling and SCUBA diving.

Kapalua, Hawaii


Launiupoko Beach Park — South of Lahaina

Another local favorite with a unique natural pool surrounded by a lava rock wall. Excellent for small children; picnic tables and restrooms. Good spot for beginning surfers.

Lahaina, Hawaii


Napili Bay — South of Kapalua

napiliNapili Bay is noted for its sandy beaches and good swimming. An excellent snorkeling spot for novice and expert ocean adventurers.

Napili, Hawaii

Puamana Beach County Park – Lahaina

PuamanaThis beach provides swimming, picnic tables, restrooms, grills and a grassy park. Waves are excellent for beginning and intermediate surfers.

Lahaina, Hawaii

Wahikuli State Park – Lahaina

Another local favorite with calm water conditions for swimming, snorkeling and boogie boarding. Restrooms, picnic tables and grills are available.

Lahaina, Hawaii