Snuggled between Camp Erdman, and Kaiaka Bay, you will find Mokuleia Beach. This beautiful 150 feet wide, 6 mile long beach is home to one of the last undeveloped shore lines of Oahu. The park named Mokuleia Beach Park is located in the center along the sandy beach line of Mokuleia Beach. These sections are primarily found on the west side of the beach park. If you are a beachgoer who enjoys getting away from the masses, then you will find pure paradise here. You have ample room to camp, fish, swim, or surf without being part of the crowd.
Because of the reefs that protect several near shore sites, you can enjoy a nice swim or snorkel even when the surf is up. On the west end of Mokaleia Airfield, you will find one of the most popular sites. It consists of a large shallow sand-bottom pocket in the reef. Mokaleia is known for its high shell deposits on the shoreline.
The winter storms bring big waves that deposit extreme amounts of shells on the shoreline. This makes the Makuleia beach a real gem amongst shell collectors and other beachcombers. Because of the high surfs on the shorelines, the rip currents, and the powerful shore brakes, caution is always needed. The surf season normally starts in October and ends in May. There are no lifeguards on this beach.
If you are looking to travel to one of Hawaii's great beaches you may want to stay in one of the many North Shore Oahu vacation rentals while you are visiting.