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Polihale State Park, Wide Beach
Hawaii

The Polihale State Park beach is not crowded at all. It is very wide with lots of sand, and I noted several tents for camping. Amenities include showers and bathrooms even on this remote beach. The surf was approximately 6 feet when I was here, great for body surfing.

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Tags: hawaii; kauai; beach; swimming; snorkeling; camping; hiking; tourist; attraction; polihale state park
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