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Department of Parks and Recreation
 
Michele K. Nekota Director Designate
Jeanne C. Ishikawa, Deputy Director

1000 Uluohia Street,
Suite 309
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Phone: (808) 768-3003
Fax: (808) 768-3053
email: parks@honolulu.gov
 
 
 
 
Kailua Beach
Kailua Beach Park Wheelchair Access!
526 Kawailoa Road
Prior arrangements for the beach wheelchair must be made by calling 233-7300 at least one day in advance,   Monday -Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and Fri 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon for an appointment.
Pick up must be within 15 minutes of scheduled time.
Directions to Kailua Beach Park
Kailua Beach Park is located on the Windward side of the island at the end of Kailua Road, in Kailua. If coming from Honolulu, take the Pali Highway (61) through the tunnels and down into Kailua Town.
 
Pali Highway becomes Kailua Road just after Castle Hospital which will be on your left. Continue down Kailua Road. At the triangle intersection of Kailua Road and Kuulei Road, veer to the right and stay on Kailua Road. At the second signal intersection, you will need to turn left to stay on Kailua Road. Continue straight through the intersection of Kailua Road and Kalaheo Street, and you will enter the parking lot for Kailua Beach Park. The concession stand is at the far end of the parking lot. There is accessible parking just after and to the left of the small circle turn around area in front of the concession stand.
Kailua Beach
Kailua Beach Park Entrance
At the leftt is a picture of the intersection as seen from Kailua Road approaching Kalaheo. Continuing straight through this intersection will take you to Kailua Beach Park's parking lot.
Continue through the parking lot. The picture at the right shows the parking lot before reaching the accessible parking or the concession stand. Kailua Beach is known for its shifting sands. The parking lot may have sand in it.
Kailua Beach Parking Lot
Kailua Beach Parking Turn Around
The picture to the left is of the turn around area. The accessible parking is just past this area on the left.
To the right is a picture of Kailua Beach Concession. Ask here for the beach access wheelchair.
 
 
The picture to the right is of the concession as seen from the accessible parking. The concession window is on the left of the building in front of the parking stall with the flat roof.
Kailua Beach Concession
Kailua Beach

The picture on the left is taken from Lanikai Point, looking back at Kailua Beach, across Kailua Bay towards the Ko'olau mountains.

Kailua Beach is known for its wide fine white sandy beach. Typically there are very small, if any, waves. As always, it is a good idea to check with the lifeguard for current conditions before entering the water.

Last Reviewed: Monday, April 07, 2014