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Ko'Olina Beach Park, Kapolei

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Ko Olina Beach Park is a public park on the west side of the island of Oahu, Hawaii within the Ko Olina Resort Community, part of the City and County of Honolulu. Located at the end of several high-end vacation resorts, the park is situated between the man made lagoon and the Ko Olina Marina.

The park's white-sand lagoon is one of four in the 640-acre Ko Olina Resort. The water is well protected by the reef, relatively shallow and the beach bordered by a broad, grassy lawn.
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  • Stayed at a condo on the beach and loved the view and the sunsets are hard to describe. Sounds of the ocean and the evening breeze with light up paddle boards are something to see. 
    Stayed at a condo on the beach and loved the view and the sunsets are hard to describe. Sounds of the ocean and the evening breeze with light up paddle boards are something to see.  more »
  • It was so nice to be away from the busy Waikiki beach. The beach was clean and also the facility. I just wish they will allow the use of beach umbrella. 
    It was so nice to be away from the busy Waikiki beach. The beach was clean and also the facility. I just wish they will allow the use of beach umbrella.  more »
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  • Nice protected lagoons. They are built with high underwater "wall" that Keeps the big scary fish out but still lets the smaller reef fish come in. Since they were built, they only had one shark ever get in, but it was just a 16inch baby hammerhead. So not dangerous. Best to visit is during the weekdays, after 3pm, and when the surf is low. That way you have fewer people and clear calm waters to snorkel and see the fish. Stay away from the busy weekends. With so many people kicking up the sand, the water gets cloudy.
  • Perfect cove for swimming! Top of jetty offered best views for the most beautiful setting for sunset I have ever experienced. Lots of families enjoying the great weather, so go early if you plan to spend the day because parking is rather limited.

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