Miloli'i Beach Park

Phone (808) 323-4322
4 stars from 2 reviews
Address Milolii Rd, Captain Cook, HI 96704
A hidden gem that is great for surfing.

• Type: Tide Pools • Parking: Street only
• Good For: Boogie Boarding • Good For: Snorkeling
• Good For: Sunsets • Surfing Level: Advanced
• Surfing Level: Intermediate

Full Description
Miloli'i Beach Park is located in the Captain Cook on Hawaii's Big Island, past the end of the pavement on Highway 11, past mile marker #89.

The drive down is slow and the road is not good so use caution and take your time. You will be driving through residential areas so watch for kids as well.

The beach here won't offer much sand but it's a peaceful place to relax and hang out. On weekends it will likely be very busy with locals. Visiting during the week is a better bet. Regardless of when you go, be respectful to those who live here.

Snorkeling can be good when the ocean is calm but should only be done by those that are confident with entering and exiting the ocean currents. Surfing can be good here as well.

The trail to Honomalino Bay starts here at the bright yellow church.

Tom T
Joined: Sep 2013
Reviews: 579
Likes Received: 33
Windy road, somewhat steep road to access this beach, which takes about 20 minutes to drive. At the end of the road is a yellow church, where you'll park your car. There is plenty of parking, and not usually not many cars.

Then you'll walk on a short funky path. Follow the sign. Very picturesque with a small lagoon (cove?). Not great for swimming. The beach is in a scarcely populated local community. Had a few scary dogs barking at us. If you continue on the path further, you'll head to Honomalino Bay, which is absolutely stunning and a must visit.
Matt A
Joined: Feb 2013
Reviews: 803
Likes Received: 111
A nice beach but not the easiest to get to so it's not for most people. During the week it may be empty which is nice and makes for a fun place to explore.
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