This Oahu paradise is located right off Farrington Highway, making the beach noisier than others in the region. This woofderful seaside retreat is named for a small mountain named Mauna Lahilahi, a "handle" which translates to "thin mountain." This amazing mountain rises up to 230 feet in elevation and provides a woofderful backdrop for photos.
You can bring your pupperoni with you to enjoy your day of beach fun, but please do keep them leashed. Doggoes are restricted to areas below the high tide line. Your pooch can enjoy the ocean, but must stay behind the section marked by debris.
The beach at Mauna Lahilahi Beach Park is quite narrow and contains a reef at the front. Swimming is permitted for peeps and pooches, but this sandy haven is better renowned for its pawrific sunbathing. To the south side of the beach, you will discover three little coves, one of which is protected by a seawall and is the best place to take a dip should the mood so strike.
There is little shade at Mauna Lahilahi Beach Park, so it is a good idea for you to bring along sunscreen and a beach umbrella to keep you and your pupper from getting a sunburn. Don't forget to pack drinking water and cleanup bags too!
This woofderful sandy retreat is terrierifically beautiful, and its white sand shores beckon you and your main canine squeeze to take a walk or plop down to enjoy a picnic in the sand. There are several picnic tables housed on the grounds as well for the pawblic to use.
There is very little pawrking at Mauna Lahilahi Beach Park, and there is not a provided lot specifically for the beach. However, you can find yourself the pawrfect spot on one of the side streets off the highway.
If you're looking for a pawsome new coastal retreat for you and your pooch to explore, you will find what you seek at Mauna Lahilahi Beach Park.