Kick back on this wide open beach and park for those that enjoy a more natural environment. Swimming is allowed, although no lifeguard is on duty. There are few park structures here, except for a few picnic tables and barbecues that guests are free to use. There is a comfort station, public washrooms, and water for those choosing to take advantage of the two camping sites.
If you're visiting in the summer, check out the annual Hula Pico event, a celebration of hula dance culture on the island. The festival also incudes food booths and art displays. The festival has a different theme every year that is related to the ancient traditions of Molokai.
Come here for snorkeling and swimming, as Dixie Maru Beach has calm waters inside a protected cove... Read more