Kekaha is known for its year-round warm, dry climate, and miles of secluded white sand beaches.
The sunsets from Kekaha Beach Park are spectacular, and the beach itself is beautiful. With a seemingly endless stretches of white sand and cloudless blue skies, it’s a great place for swimming, bodyboarding, surfing, beachcombing, picnics and strolling the shore.
The “forbidden” island of Nihihau can been seen just 30 miles away.
Kekaha is also the gateway to Koke’e, a cool, mountainous State Park and home to majestic Waimea Canyon, “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific” and the beautiful Kalalau Valley.
The sunsets at Kekaha are magical, and the beach itself is spectacular.
Further west in Mana, are even more miles of secluded beaches such as Polihale, Canetop, Queen’s Pond, and Barking Sands.
Kekaha Area Subdivisions:
Ili of Kikiaola & Kikiaola, Kekaha Agricultural Park, Kekaha Gardens Subdivision, Kekaha Hale.
(Search MLS: Zone 1, Waimea District, Search on “4-1-2”)
Kekaha Beach Homes, Kekaha Beach Homes Subdivision, Kekaha House Lots, Kekaha Mill & Camp Site, Kekaha Residence Lots, Kekaha Sunset Subdivision, Kekaha Town Lots.
(Search MLS: Zone 1, Waimea District, Search on “4-1-3”)
To learn more about Kauai’s West Side area, please click on the historic communities of Waimea and Hanapepe.