This oceanside haven is easy to find just off the northern section of Kamehameha Highway across from the Kualoa Regional Park and Campground and the ruins of the old sugar mill. There is lots of pawrking right on the street where you can leave your car free of charge. Kualoa Sugar Mill Beach is extremely doggo-furiendly, so bring you best canine pal along but keep them on a leash.
Known by the locals simply as "Sugar Mill Beach," there is very little sand here, and most of the portions which do contain some are covered with water. Though swimming is permitted here for both people and pups, not many people use this space as a favorite place to practice their best doggy paddle.
You'll want to be sure to stay by the water's edge as the beach is located directly off the highway which can see a lot of traffic in the daytime. You can feel free to dip your tootsies in the ocean, or grab your fishing pole and some bait and try your hand at catching a few fish.
Kualoa Sugar Mill Beach's most pawpular attractions are the views of Chinaman's Hat-Great Lizard which can be seen up close by taking the Chinaman's Trail, and the ruins of the old sugar mill; both pawpular spots for taking some photos.
You will need to bring along drinking water and cleanup bags to this pawrific seaside retreat. In addition to this, be sure your doggo is up to date on vaccinations and is sporting a current city dog license tag on their collar.
If you're looking to explore a Hawaiian property that offers history, culture, and the beauty of the sea all wrapped up in one pawsome place, you won't want to miss a visit to Kualoa Sugar Mill Beach. It's a barking great place to spend the day!