Bellows Field Beach Park
This popular east side park is a great swimming beach protected by an offshore reef and a great sunbathing beach with soft, white sand. The shallow water and consistent shorebreak is often utilized by beginner surfers and body boarders. Bellows Field Beach Park usually provides calm water conditions unless the ocean waves are large. This is a great beach for a long walk along beautiful Waimanalo Bay or just relaxing on the white sand beach, though it is not such a great beach for snorkeling. Ironwood trees along the beach provide plenty of shady areas. Bellows Field Beach Park is just one of three prominent beaches on the expansive Waimanalo Bay. The other two are Waimanalo Bay Beach Park and Waimanalo Beach Park.
Long beach walks, sunbathing, picnics, fishing, swimming when the open ocean waves are not too large.
Swimming in the turquoise waters and gazing at the deeply-furrowed Koolau mountains is unforgettable.
Need to Know
Bellows Beach Park is closed to the public on weekdays and only opened from Friday at noon until Sunday at midnight. Camping is allowed on weekends with a county permit (no charge), and the campgrounds can get fairly crowded. See the Bellows Air Force Station Bellow’s Air Force Station web site for information about reserving cabins and camping.
Yes (weekends and summers only)
Restrooms, showers, picnic areas, campgrounds.
Take Kalanianaole Highway to Tinker Road and turn right toward the beach.
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