Current conditions at Aliʻi Beach Park

Active Alerts

High Surf Advisory

Saturday, November 16, 2019 - 6:53pm to Sunday, November 17, 2019 - 6:00pm
Issued Saturday, November 16, 2019 - 6:53pm

Beach & Nearshore

Extreme Hazard

Conditions are extremely hazardous. People are advised to stay out of the ocean.
Primarily for beachgoers and surfers

Offshore

Extreme Hazard

Offshore conditions are extremely dangerous. Kayakers and users of other unpowered craft are advised to stay out of the ocean.
Primarily for boaters and kayakers
Learn more about these rating signs and alerts. Ratings updated Saturday, November 16, 2019 - 7:05pm

Weather

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82°F
Partly Cloudy
Winds Northeast at 10.4 MPH (9 KT)

Surf

SURF ALONG NORTH FACING SHORES WILL BE 15 TO 20 FEET, RISING TO 18 TO 22 FEET TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY.

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Beach ID: 1

Aliʻi Beach Park is also known as

Haleiwa Beach

Background

Aliʻi Beach Park consists of a main western section and a small eastern section that is wedged inside the Haleʻiwa Harbor breakwater. Care should be taken when swimming off the main steep, sandy beach due to the presence of rip currents and fringing reef and rock. There is a 300 ft long section of outcropping beachrock near the eastern end of the main beach, which can be dangerous. The beaches receive generally small waves, but there are several larger surf breaks located offshore. The small, eastern section of beach is protected by the harbor breakwater, making it a better location for inexperienced swimmers. There is a lifeguard tower as well as parking and bathroom facilities.

Banzai Rock Beach Support Park, an undeveloped 2.3-acre park between Ke Nui and Ke Waena Roads, provides public parking and access to the beach and the surf sites offshore, Off-the-Walls and Rock Piles.

This description is from John R. K. Clark's Beaches Series: Beaches of Oʻahu, Beaches of Kauaʻi and Niʻihau, Beaches of Maui County, and Beaches of the Big Island published and available for purchase from the University of Hawaiʻi Press. We thank John R. K. Clark for providing beach descriptions for use on this site.
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