If your pup is itching to catch a wave, pack up the sunscreen and towels and pay a visit to Chun’s Reef Beach. Situated on Oahu’s gorgeous North Shore, this furrific beach isn’t as crowded as the other nearby beaches. But it’s still well loved by locals and visitors alike.
Like the other North Shore beaches, Chun’s Reef gets
massive waves in the winter. If your doggo wants to be impressed, take them
over during the cooler months so they can watch the experienced surfers ride
the swells. The ocean is more dangerous when the waves peak, so keep
your pupster close by. In fact, it’s a good idea to stick to the sand during
When summer rolls around, the ocean at Chun’s Reef
calms down and is ideal for swimming, snorkeling, and splashing. The beach
becomes a haven for sun seekers who want to throw their cares away and live the
island life. Dogs are welcome to join their people, as long as they stay below
the high tide line, which is often marked by seaweed that’s been washed ashore.
Your furry friend will love scampering around the wet sand and wading in the
water. It’s not uncommon to see dogs at this beach, so they will pawbably run
into a playmate or two.
No matter what time of year it is, this is a great place
to take a stroll with your furry BFF. Just a head’s up- sea turtles lay eggs on the beach, so watch where you
are walking and don’t let your pupster disturb any nests. There is a lifeguard
on the beach, but other amenities are pretty scarce. Don’t forget to bring a
clean up bag or two, and always have plenty of cold water available for your
Make no mistake, Chun’s Reef Beach will make your pup