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Kolekole Beach Park

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Kolekole Beach Park

50 Reviews
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marksman000 wrote a review Nov 2018
Anchorage, Alaska18 contributions8 helpful votes
We spent only a short time here while making a driving tour. It was Worth a quick stop to see the beach from another point.
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Date of experience: January 2018
makahaharry wrote a review Sep 2018
Mount Ida, Arkansas1 contribution1 helpful vote
Lead paint. Hawaii's solution to every park challenge is to close it. The Haiku stairs and Sacred Falls in Oahu are prime examples. Anyhow, take the access road down and park at the Kolekole gate - and walk in. Not that long of a walk. Bring a wagon or cart for your stuff - and enjoy. Great swimming and picturesque waterfall right there. Great lawn field for games. Covered picnic pavillion. My favorite spot.
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Date of experience: October 2017
Florence L wrote a review Aug 2018
Sevres, France1,426 contributions184 helpful votes
The place is not suitable to swim as the water is quite strong at that place. But many people go there to watch the waterfall and to picnic. Many cats leave there and I saw people coming to feed them. It’s close du to lead in the grounds but locals and tourists enter the place.
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Date of experience: August 2018
QGoesThere wrote a review Jun 2018
Twin Falls, Idaho31 contributions6 helpful votes
We picnicked here. There was a sign indicating that the soil had too lead in it. We went anyhow and ate at the picnic tables. Many wild kitty cats in the bushes. The ocean is rough, the stream is great. Nice place to stop after zip lining.
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Date of experience: June 2018
VGTravelGirl wrote a review Apr 2018
St. Albert, Canada1,685 contributions130 helpful votes
We saw the sign on the highway, but drove past the first time. The main indicator is a spray-painted sign on the concrete barrier that indicates the park (next to bridge). You can park and walk down to the park, but most of it is chained off. There is a rocky beach at the end and an abandoned park that appears to taken over by some wild cats and chickens....
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Date of experience: April 2018