Kekaha Beach Park: Four miles beyond the town of Waimea, just past Kekaha, and past the 27th mile-marker on Kuamaulii Hwy, is Kekaha Beach Park. This beach has the longest stretch of soft, white sand and has the most incredible views for you to soak in. If you’re in for long, private strolls along secluded coastline, this just might be your favorite spot.
Kekaha Beach is also a good place to be when rains are buffeting the north shore, as this area of the island will most often have ample sunshine. You'll witness the most beautiful sunsets in the world with Ni'ihau and the Lehua islet set as a backdrop. It's also an excellent spot for experienced surfers and body boarders with a number of surf spots along the beach.
This is another area to exercise extreme caution when the surf is high because currents are extremely dangerous. Swimming is not recommended. Kekaha Beach marks the beginning of a 15-mile stretch of golden sand that goes all the way to Polihale State Park. There is a lifeguard and facilities.