A shallow sandbar is responsible for the pounding waves and strong currents here. Use caution swimming in this area, because the sandbar drops off quickly. The waves are stronger and more consistent during the winter months, making it a popular beach for bodyboarders and surfers. The south end of the beach features dramatic limestone cliffs, and is a place where fishers like to cast a line. The north end is more agreeable for swimming, where the water is a little calmer.
This beach park has facilities, and even some camping spots. Keep in mind that dogs are only allowed on the beach, and not the surrounding park or campsites. After some playtime with your pal, you can enjoy some some solace from the sun on a hot summer day underneath the large ironwood trees that line the beach. You may be able to see some wildlife here too, such as small sand crabs or even a sea turtle.
Please be sure that your puppers don't overexert themselves, and they have fresh water to drink and a space to cool off. Doggos will remain welcome here as long as they follow the leash rules, respect all other creatures, and are picked up after. This helps keep the beach safe and clean for all to use. Be sure to bring clean up bags with your other beach essentials.
Laie Beach Park is sure to get your pup's tail wagging!