Even though it's near the other two parks, Kamaole Beach I and Kamaole Beach II, it has its own charm and beauty. Even smaller than the other two, it also has more rocky areas. Waves splash huge amounts of water upon the rocks, making quite a show. The grassy area of this beach is larger than that of the other two beaches, making it easier for picnics, kite flying, or relaxing. Weekends tend to get busy on this beach, so if you're looking for more privacy, try to come during the week. It's a great beach to walk on with beautiful, soft sand, or to go snorkeling. You'll love the brightly colored fish and sea turtles in the crystal clear blue waters. The gentle waves offer the ideal conditions for boogie boarding and beginner surfers. You'll also be able to get some spectacular views of Molokini Crater.
This beach is within walking distance from hotels and resorts. Kihei is the area's leading tourist destination, largely due to the three Kamaole Beach Parks. This beach has more amenities than the other two, such as: a parking lot, restrooms, showers, picnic tables, grills, a comfort station, an accessible ramp from the beach to the sand, a playground, a shaded lawn area, and a lifeguard.