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Island of Hawai’i - North Kona: Map 6

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Map: North Kona 6

1. Keauhou-Kona Surf and Racquet Club – Rocky shoreline and cliffs. Fishing, hiking along shoreline to the north. Limited parking along Ali`i Drive and short walk to shoreline through Club. No facilities. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

2. Kanaloa at Keauhou – Rocky shoreline and cliffs. Fishing, hiking along shoreline to north and south (to He`eia Bay). Parking at end of Manukai Street. Obtain directions from entrance gate to condominium for foot access to shoreline trail. No facilities. Hazardous footing, currents and waves.

3. He`eia Bay – Boulder and pebble beach, rocky shoreline. Swimming, surfing, hiking along shoreline to the north. Parking at end of Manukai Street and short hike to bay. No facilities. Hazardous footing, currents and waves.

4. Coastal Trail from He`eia Bay to Kanaloa at Keauhou - Rocky shoreline and cliffs. Fishing, hiking along shoreline to the north. Parking at end of Manukai Street. No facilities. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Can get to trail either through the He`eia Bay or Kanaloa at Keauhou accesses. Trail ends at golf course north of Kanaloa.

5. Keauhou Bay Park – Private park with small pebble beach. Fishing, kayaking, picnicking. Parking, restrooms, picnic tables. Hazardous boat traffic, footing, currents and waves. Open sunrise to sunset. Within the Keauhou Bay Fisheries Management Area. More information is available at the State of Hawai`i Department of Land and Natural Resources, Aquatics Division website.

6. Keauhou State Boating Facility (State) – Boat ramp, pier, short nature trail. No swimming around ramp and pier. Fishing, kayaking. Limited parking, ADA accessible restrooms. Hazardous boat traffic, footing, currents and waves. Within the Keauhou Bay Fisheries Management Area. More information is available at the State of Hawai`i Department of Land and Natural Resources, Aquatics Division website or call the Boating and Ocean Recreation Division, District Manager’s office at (808) 329-4997.

7. Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort and Spa – Rocky shoreline with high cliffs on south side. Ocean more accessible on north side. Hiking, fishing. Parking. No facilities. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Look for shoreline public access signs which guide people through the hotel structure near the shoreline.

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