DT Fleming Beach Park
Set on the far northwest of Maui, D.T. Fleming Beach Park has a long sandy beach which is surrounded by trees, and is quieter than many of the island’s other beaches. The white sand runs for 1,500 feet with a width of 150 feet between two lava healands. The surrounding trees are Ironwoods, and there are dunes leading up to them. There is a shallow sandbar in front of most of the beach, but beyond this is a steep drop off. There are lifeguards on duty daily, and you should follow their advice befroe heading into the water.
It has good surf for surfers and boogie boarders with experience, but it can be very dangerous during high surf because there are strong rip currents.
Despite its seemingly remote location D.T. Fleming beach can be crowded on weekends and holidays, but you shouldn’t have trouble finding a spot to set your towel down during the week.
Set within Honokahua Bay, which is one of six bays of West Maui, D.T. Fleming Park Beach is the most popular of them all for body surfing and bodyboarding. There is a parking area and restrooms, as well as changing rooms and a shower by the beach. You will also find picnic tables and barbeque grills.
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