What is at Kamaole Beach Park III?

  • Kamaole Beach Park III (Kam 3) is a nice soft sandy beach across from our resort in South Kihei to picnic with the family. 
  • There are lifeguards (ocean safety officers) on duty while the park is open. 
  • There are lots of benches and BBQ stands which you may use. 
  • Fresh water outside showers are located throughout the park to rinse off beach equipment, bodies, feets and toes. 

Many local families choose Kam 3 for birthday parties and other gatherings because it's safe, it's a big park there are lots of places to setup, free parking is convenient and usually available. 

Most beaches and water areas will become windy in the afternoon so it's a good idea to go earlier in the day through mid-morning. Otherwise, umbrellas will likely blow away and you'll have sand in your hair.

In the evening, Kam III is a great place to catch the sunset after a long day of exploring Maui!

Keep your eyes open if you’re on the beach at dusk or dawn. We often see large sea turtles swimming right off shore. If the sea turtles come in close, which they do occasionally, do not touch them. It is illegal to touch the sea turtles (we humans have germs that harm the sea turtles).

A fun, inexpensive thing to do is to rent the ocean kayaks or paddle boards off the beach. Morning is usually the best time when the waters are generally calmer.

Check the Kihei Weather here

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What Should I Pack?  

Other than toiletries, pack a couple pairs of shorts, tank top or tee shirts, flip flops (slippers) and bathing suits! If you forget anything, there are stores aplenty for  necessities or the pleasure of shopping.

  • Sunglasses and a hat will be beneficial. 
  • You can pick up sunscreen and moisturizer once you arrive. 
  • Driver's License Itinerary - make sure to double check dates/times
  • Health documentation 
  • e-reader music player 
  • travel neck pillow 
  • eyeshade & pillow
  • Undergarments 
  • shaving kit 
  • facial kit 
  • feminine hygiene products 
  • lip balm 
  • deodorant 
  • contact lense/glasses kit 
  • oral hygiene products 
  • showering products 
  • medicines/vitamins 
  • Sunglasses 
  • camera/video camera 

Do I need my passport to get to Maui?
Hawaii is the 50th state, you won’t need a passport unless you’re from outside the United States or traveling to another country after Hawaii.

Click here to find the wait times going through the Kahalui Airport's TSA.

Check out the links below for scheduled events which might peak your interest. No matter what you do, have fun with it!

Maui Magazine

Maui Events Calendar

Enjoy the following video from our Hawaii Tourism office.  It's Time, MauiTime!

Frequently Asked Questions

Where's the pool?
Before you head out, remember to take the gate code provided when you checked in.

From Building 6:
via stairwell, exit the front door, turn left, turn left again at the end of the building, down the stairs, exit left and follow the sidewalk to the locked gate.

via elevator, exit the front door, turn right and go down elevator, turn right twice, follow sidewalk to end of building, turn left and follow the sidewalk to the locked gate.
From Building 10:

Go to ground floor through either elevator or stairwell, follow sidewalk away from ocean towards center of resort, and follow the sidewalk to the locked gate.

What are the pool/ exercise room hours?
Pool is open daily from 8:00 am - 10:00 pm.
NOTE: Daily 8:00 am - 8:30 am is for adults lap swimming only. Kids welcome after 8:30 am every day, but please, no pool toys in the pool. 

The exercise room is open daily from 6:30 am - 10 pm.

Things to do in Maui

Bike Tours Golfing Maui Ocean Center Stand up Paddleboard (SUP)
Boating Haleakala Make leis Surfing
Boogie Boarding Hiking Mortorcycle Tour Summer Rodeo
Canoe Adventures Horseback riding Massage, spa pampering Supervise Sunsets/Sunrises
Casual Dining Island Hopping Museums Road to Hana
Cruise ‘Iao Valley Ono Farms Turtle Watching
Dragon’s Teeth Kayak Tour Photo Shoots Wai’anapanapa State Park
Fine Dining Lavender Farms Pipiwai Trail Whale Watching
Flying Luaus Rappel Wild Dolphin Encounter
Food Tour Maui Cultural Center Snorkel Wine Tasting

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