Puamana Beach Park is a small beach park located south of Lahaina in south west Maui, Hawaii. It features a narrow and rocky beach that may not be ideal for laying out and enjoying the sun. It, however, has grassy areas with plenty of shades, ideal for picnics and barbecues.
Popular among locals, Puamana Beach is an excellent spot for swimming and snorkeling during calm water conditions. The Carthaginian, a whaling brig which was sunk offshore to create an artificial wreck, is a popular snorkeling attraction.
The beach is also known as a surfing destination for beginners, especially during summer months, when the area can get a bit crowded.
The park also offers spectacular seaside views of of neighboring Lanai island. Sunsets are also breathtaking here.
Amenities include picnic tables, barbecue grills, showers, toilets and free parking.
To get there, take Highway 30 south from Lahaina. Puamana is the first beach park on the right at mile marker 19.