Beaches of the Big Island
Rocky coastline predominate
the beachline of the Big Island Hawaii. Beaches vary from in
soft black sand to gritty white sand. The Big Island is also known for
its green sand beaches pure, powdery white sand beaches. And of course
the lava beaches.
White sand and black sand
that produces a salt and pepper appearance.
Hapuna Beach State Park
A very pretty beach with
all the amenities and easy get to. Bathroom and life guards on duty.
Kauna'oa Beach (Mauna
A long, sandy white beach
up on the Kohala Coast. The surf kicks up in the winter, but otherwise
great swimming and snorkeling in the summer months.
Napo'opo'o Beach Park
in Kealakekua Bay
Nice trail along the coast
with picnic benches, rest rooms and showers too. A picturesque Big Island
Papakolea Beach: The Green
This is the green
sand beach, a good distance from most of the Big Island, down on the southeast
side of the Big Island.
Punalu'u Black Sand Beach
The beautiful and much-visited
Black Sand Beach on the Big Island of Hawaii has showers, bathrooms, parking
Puu O Honua O Honaunau
the City of Refuge
Not really a beach, but
more an historical site, in fact it is a National Park. Rrocky coastline,
nice swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving.
Spencer Beach Park
An enjoyable white sand
beach, plenty of amenities, camping is allow on this county park.