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Campbell River, British Columbia
November 6, 2005
Be sure to visit the Kamaole Beaches I, II, and III. All three are perfect for families to relax on. Take along your own chair and towel, but you can rinse off at the freshwater showers located nearby. There is a lifeguard on duty during the daytime hours.
The shoreline all the way to Lahaina is gorgeous. There are spots for camping, a thought for those who want less-expensive accomodations or just to stop and take a dip during their travels. The Ukumehame Beach is the name of the one where people are camping. There is a warning not to get your tires stuck in the sand, and we did see a truck stuck.
Try the Lauiupoko Wayside State Park. There is a saltwater pool set up with people learning to surf nearby.
The west side of Maui seems to be the best for beach lovers. It is warmer and gentler. The east and north areas are for those surfers!
From journal Maui Wedding Escape
Rancho Santa Margarita, California
March 4, 2003
I took my son out when he was three for his first snorkel adventure. If you hit the beach in the early morning you'll often see turtles and always see lots of crabs. Parking is another big plus for the beach parks as there is a parking lot at parks I and III and always available curb parking at II. You can pack a picnic lunch or cross S. Kihei Rd. for many restaurants and fast food eateries.
From journal Maui for families