One ali’i beach park

The beach in both areas is narrow and the nearshore ocean bottom is shallow and rocky and the water murky, so the swimming conditions are poor. The beach park is mainly visited by fishermen and picnickers. There is enough space for family gatherings and the large lawns are perfect for ball games.In the Hawaiian language, oneali’i means “royal sands.” The beach park is named after an ancient Hawaiian fishpond. Ali’i Fishpond is located at the west end of Section II, but it is not accessible from the beach park because of thick vegetation

Kamehameha Highway (Hwy 450) leads along Molokai’s south shore, all the way from Kaunakakai (Molokai’s main town) to its dead end at Halawa Valley.

At one ali’i park you are able to camp.The camping fees are 20$ for hawaii residents and 30$ for visitors for 10 people and one night of camping. The features are electrical, water, playground, restrooms.

There are showers and bathrooms there you can go their anytime of day . there is alot of room where you can put up a hammock.Swimming is poor due to murky water and a rocky and shallow bottom. The beach is named after Ali’i Fishpond which is right next to the beach. The fishpond was used in ancient times and the name One Ali’i means “royal sands”.One Ali’i Beach Park is located on the south shore of Molokai. It’s a narrow but long beach that is good for picnics and large gatherings on the large grassy areas. Camping is allowed with a permit. This is a popular beach on weekends, especially with the locals.