• Facilities

    Restrooms · Showers · Picnic Tables

    For Camping Info Call 808-241-4460

  • Lifeguarded


  • Good For

    Fishing · Boogie Boarding · Picnics · Sunbathing · Surfing · Beach Walks

Discover the hidden gem of Anahola Beach on the northeast coast of Kauai, Hawaii. Nestled amidst lush green hills and framed by swaying palm trees, this pristine stretch of golden sand and turquoise waters invites beach lovers and nature enthusiasts alike.

Anahola Beach offers a serene retreat, perfect for swimming and snorkeling in its calm, shallow waters. Explore vibrant marine life among the reef formations just offshore, or simply relax and soak up the sun away from the crowds.

With picnic tables, barbecue grills, and restroom facilities available, this beach is ideal for leisurely picnics and family gatherings. Convenient parking ensures easy access to this tranquil oasis.

Respect for the environment and adherence to local beach safety guidelines are paramount while enjoying Anahola Beach’s unspoiled beauty. Away from the tourist crowds, it offers an intimate and secluded experience, allowing you to connect with nature and appreciate Hawaii’s coastline.

Anahola Beach Park, located on the south side of the bay, features camping facilities and shade, attracting locals and visitors alike. Meanwhile, the north end of the bay near the Anahola River mouth offers opportunities for shelling, fishing, and scenic photography, though caution is advised near strong currents.

Experience the tranquility and natural splendor of Anahola Beach, where every moment is an opportunity to rejuvenate and reconnect with the essence of Kaua

Beach Safety

  • Choose beaches with a lifeguard.
  • Before entering the water check for any warning signs indicating hazardous conditions.
  • Avoid swimming during high surf.
  • Never swim alone.
  • Never allow small children to swim or play in water unattended.
  • Never swim in murky water and never swim in river mouths.
  • Never turn your back on the ocean, an unexpected wave can knock you down and drag you out.
  • Listen to weather and surf forecasts on local radio or check the surf report