White sand beaches. Beautiful surroundings. The perfect place to catch a wave. This is Ho'okipa.
Occupying 8.4 square miles on the northern coast of Hawaii's island of Maui, Ho'okipa has attracted surfers and water sports enthusiasts for decades, becoming known as "the home of contemporary surfing." The area has hosted major sporting competitions, including the various events sponsored by the Maui Sports Foundation, the annual Aloha Classic and the Red Bull King of the Air kite surfing competition. Ho'okipa is home to four surf breaks - Pavilions, Middles, Point, and Lanes. Less experienced surfers may enjoy the Green Trees area located between Pavilions and Middles. In addition to surfing, many visitors enjoy wind surfing, kite surfing, swimming, and enjoying breathtaking scenery.
Available amenities include picnic pavilions, barbecue grills, water fountains, restrooms, showers, payphones, and parking. Lifeguards are present during specified hours. Ho'okipa Beach Park can be reached by Hâna Highway. It is located at Mile 9.