This beach really has a lot to offer. Windsurfing, lounging, protected swimming, snorkeling and a lesson in ancient Hawaiian salt production - hence the beach's name. There is a natural salt pond near the beach that is used by descendants of Hawaiians to collect salt. Make sure not to poke around there without permission.

There are restrooms, showers and a shady picnic area with grills here. Camping is allowed with a permit. To reach Salt Pond Beach take Highway 50 west from Kalaheo toward Hanapepe. Just past mile marker 17, turn left on Lele and right on Lokokai Road to the beach park.

John Derrick
Published on: 09-15-2016
Published by: John C. Derrick

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