Haleiwa Ali'i Beach Park
Located right in town, this break is easily accessible for all who don't want to fight the traffic of the Kam highway.
One of the things that makes Haleiwa fun is that it's spread out and offers lefts and rights depending on where you choose to take off. Even on crowded days there is plenty of surf for everyone.
Haleiwa has a nasty rip that sucks you out along the rock jetty. No need to fight it though, use it to your advantage and it will dump you near the line up.
This is one of the first well-known surf breaks on the north shore. Eddie Aikau, along with many other well known north shore surfers got their first taste of big north shore waves at this break.
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There is a big parking lot right in front of the park and surf break. Many locals bring their kids, pets, surfbaords, grills, and EZ-UPs to make a day of it.
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Satellite Location Map
Haleiwa is just west of the boat harbor in Haleiwa Town.
Beginner-Expert (depending on conditions)
For beginners, Winter swell with 4-8' NW swell.
Expert swells hit at 8' and up.
Busy on weekends, but normally spread out so its never too bad. Plenty of waves for everyone.
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