Kailua, Hawaii

A Beach Day at Shorebreaks

Originally added by Erik Holmes

Really fun on the trade winds with sand bottom peaks scattered along the beach. A great place to learn or just practice and spend the day.

To get here, park at Kalama Beach Park parking lot and just walk down to the beach. The break is just off to the left, look for the surfers or bodysurfers. Shorebreak's is best primarily on a wind swell with the prevailing wind onshore. It can be hella fun and a good place to learn and also to hone your skills under any conditions. Bring a smile and a great attitude. Mahalo.

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Stand Up Paddle
Bodysurfing
Surfing
Swimming
Beach
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
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Picnic Area

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