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.