Ma'alaea Bay Beach - This long North Kihei beach is great for walking, jogging and windsurfing. It can be quite windy so it's hit or miss for a picnic. Sugar Beach is part of this beach in North Kihei.
Mai'poina Oe lau Beach Park - At the south end of the long beach to Ma'alaea lies Mai Poina Park. Start your morning walk from here. There is a picnic area with barbecues, windsurfing access, one outdoor shower and a restroom.
Kalepolepo Beach - This park was and old Hawaiian fish pond and village. It's now home to the Pacific Whale Foundation. The pond now makes a nice place for children to wade. There are picnic tables and grills, one outdoor shower and a portable toilet.
Cove Park - Cove Park is mainly used for beginner surfing. The long low break is ideal for lessons on a longboard. Cove Park's facilities include picnic tables, a portable toilet, outdoor shower, and a boat ramp.
Charley Young Beach - This beach is actually just the northern end of Kamaole Beach Park II. This beach is great for snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing. There is one outdoor shower.
Kamaole Beach I - The first of the Kamaole Beach Parks, Kam I is a perfect spot to spend the day swimming and sunning. There is a lifeguard stand, an outdoor shower and restrooms. This beach has picnic tables, grills and a sandlot volleyball court.
Kamaole Beach II - Like it's neighbors, Kam II is a beautiful, lifeguard protected beach located convenient to many South Maui condos. This beach is great for sunbathing, swimming, and snorkeling on the lava outcropping on it's south end. Facilities include picnic tables, barbecues, an outdoor shower, water fountains and restrooms.
Kamaole Beach III - The last of the Kamaole Beach Parks, Kam III is one of Kihei's most popular beaches. There is a very large grassy field over the beach with barbecues perfect for picnicking or sand free sunning. Snorkeling is good on the north side where it shares a rocky outcropping with Kam II. This lifeguard protected beach has water fountains, an outdoor shower and restrooms.
Keawakapu Beach - At the southern end of Kihei, where it meets Wailea, lies Keawakapu Beach. This is both a great walking beach and a superb swimming beach. This half mile long beach is backed by private homes, and the surf is usually gentle. To get there, just follow South Kihei Road south to the end (don't turn left onto Okalani Drive up the hill). Continue straight to the parking lot. Facilities include restrooms and an outdoor shower.