Only very experienced surfers and bodyboarders should try their skill on the usually powerful waves here, but everyone else can enjoy the show from the broad golden sand, a picnic table, or the nearby coastal multiuse path. The lifeguards can advise you if it’s calm enough to go for a swim and where to do it. When the wind is up, which is often, you might see kite flyers. The 66-acre Kealia Beach Park is just off the main highway, often with food trucks and coconut vendors in the parking lot, making it a convenient place for an impromptu break. Facilities include restrooms and picnic shelters.