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Maui's North Shore

Curious about the North Shore of Maui? Brace yourself for an idyllic coastal paradise filled with pristine beaches, thrilling wind sailing adventures, and a gateway to the renowned Road to Hana, leading you through captivating tropical rainforests. Immerse yourself in the charm and allure of the North Shore of Maui, where endless exploration and unforgettable experiences await you.

Where is Maui's North Shore?Where is Maui's North Shore

The North Shore of Maui encompasses a region with somewhat fluid boundaries, as it overlaps with Central Maui, Upcountry Maui, and the Road to Hana. The western and northern boundaries are based on the vibrant surfing scene, while the mauka boundaries are determined by proximity to the ocean within a few miles. Towards the east, the boundaries extend to Huelo, where development fades, and the lush jungle takes over.

Best of Maui's North Shore

Baldwin Beach Park 

Located just outside of Paia, Baldwin Beach Park on Maui is a true gem. With its long, wide stretch of sandy beach, it offers a perfect setting for a day of relaxation and fun. The park is fully equipped with lifeguards, bathrooms, showers, barbecues, picnic tables, and a covered pavilion, ensuring all your needs are met.

During winter months, experienced boogie-boarders flock to the main stretch of the beach, attracted by the fairly large and regular shore break. However, for those seeking calmer waters, there are protected swimming areas on both the east and west ends. The west end, known as Baby Beach, and the east end, known as Baldwin Cove, provide tranquil pools suitable for even the littlest swimmers.

One interesting cultural fact is that the dunes along the beach are an ancient Hawaiian burial site, adding to the historical significance of the area. Additionally, Baldwin Beach Park offers more than just a beautiful beach. It's also a great place for a run, with a well-worn trail that extends past the cove along a sea wall, leading to a clothing-optional beach and a small wooded area that ultimately leads to Paia Bay. The entire distance is just over 1.5 miles, perfect for a scenic workout.

As the most popular beach destination for North Shore families, Baldwin Beach Park can get crowded on weekends and holidays. However, even during busy times, you can always find large empty stretches of beach, allowing you to claim a secluded spot just for yourself. For a truly magical experience, visit Baldwin Beach Park early in the morning and take a leisurely stroll along the shore. The beach has a mystical ambiance during these hours, different from its atmosphere later in the day. And don't forget to witness the spectacular sunsets that grace this beach, adding a touch of enchantment to your visit.

Baby Beach

Nestled just before Paia on the North Shore of Maui, Baby Beach is a stunning beach and protected lagoon that offers a serene retreat. The beach's calmness is created by an exposed stretch of reef, linked to a rocky red-dirt point on the west end. This natural formation forms a tranquil lagoon, making it an ideal spot for young children and their parents. Whether you're swimming laps, exploring the surroundings, or simply soaking in the picturesque scenery, Baby Beach provides a delightful escape.

Behind the beach, you'll find expansive sand dunes and a wooded area, acting as a barrier between the beach, charming beach homes, and the Maui Country Club. This area is a favorite among both kids and adults, offering opportunities for exploration and impressive views along the coastline.

Baby Beach is situated at the western end of a one-mile uninterrupted stretch of beach that includes Baldwin Beach Park and Baldwin Cove. With its length, the larger beach attracts runners, walkers, and dog owners. For avid runners, the adventure doesn't end at the cove—follow the well-worn trail along the sea-wall, passing a clothing-optional beach, and continuing on to Paia Bay. This extended route spans just over 1.5 miles each way.

On days when the tradewinds are blowing strong, an enjoyable afternoon at Baby Beach can become an irritating sandblasting experience. Seek solace in the water or venture to the opposite end of Baldwin Beach, known as Baldwin Cove, where the winds are shielded, providing a more pleasant environment.

Baldwin Cove

Nestled along the North Shore, Baldwin Cove is a captivating beach characterized by a sizable jetty of boulders and an offshore reef. Together, they create a sheltered sandy cove, offering a protected haven. However, it's important to note that Baldwin Cove is subject to significant seasonal erosion, often resulting in the temporary disappearance of the entire beach. The ebb and flow of sand here are truly remarkable, with an astonishing movement that seems to have a tide of its own. Regrettably, the long-term trend indicates that the ocean is gradually encroaching further inland.

When the sand tide is in, Baldwin Cove ranks among our favorite North Shore beaches. During this phase, it provides an ideal setting for leisurely beach outings.

Ho'okipa Beach Park

Ho'okipa, a revered destination in the windsurfing world, also holds its own for board surfing enthusiasts. This iconic spot hosts professional windsurfing competitions, offering spectators the opportunity to witness the extraordinary skills of the pros. With consistent winds prevailing on most days, Ho'okipa presents a mesmerizing backdrop where the ocean becomes a playground for the best in the field, effortlessly displaying their mastery.

If you're contemplating taking up surfing or sailing at Ho'okipa, it's crucial to possess the necessary skills to handle the challenging conditions—particularly when the orange flags are out, signaling big surf. Even on days with smaller to average waves, the afternoon winds can suddenly intensify, accompanied by strong rip currents and shallow reefs that demand respect. Novices should exercise caution and carefully observe the ocean's behavior, as well as seek guidance from experienced local surfers before venturing in. If you're unsure about the best entry and exit points, don't hesitate to consult the guards for advice on avoiding the rip currents and navigating the reef upon your return.

Kuau Cove

Situated just beyond Paia, Kuau Cove is a picturesque small beach with pristine white sands, embraced by a delightful coconut grove and dotted with enchanting tidepools. Often referred to as Mama's Fish House Beach, as it is commonly experienced by visitors seeking a photo opportunity before dining at Mama's Fish House, which rests just steps away. Another name you might hear is "Father Jules Papa," a moniker attributed to the exposed reef (known as "Papa" in Hawaiian) and in honor of the influential community figure, Father Jules.

Kuau Cove's sandy beach offers an idyllic setting for parents to unwind while their children delight in playing and exploring the captivating tidepools. Don't forget to bring snorkeling gear for the little ones, as it is a safe and enjoyable place for them to learn the art of snorkeling.

Parking for Kuau Cove is conveniently located at the entrance to Mama's Fish House. Although it may initially appear as if the beach is private, please note that it does not belong exclusively to Mama's Fish House and is open to all. Look for the blue cones and signs, which indicate reserved spots for beach access. These cones are placed to ensure Mama's patrons do not occupy all the parking spaces. If you're there specifically for the beach, feel free to move the cones aside to find a suitable parking spot.

Pa'ia Secret Beach

Tucked away between Paia Bay and Baldwin Cove, Paia's "Secret Beach" holds a distinct allure as a clothing-optional destination. On weekends, you may encounter a local family fishing from the tailgate of their truck, adding a touch of charm to the scene. Access to the beach is restricted for vehicles, with only residents of Maui possessing a key to the gated private access road, along with a 4WD vehicle.

If you decide to embrace the clothing-optional experience, it is customary to do so at the Kahului end of the beach, which is the foreground in the photo. The Paia side of the beach, where the old WWII pillbox stands, is generally considered an area where clothing is expected.

To reach this secluded beach, park at Paia Bay and make your way through the small wooded area that borders the west end of the bay. Another access point is via a red dirt path along the rock sea-wall, which interrupts the sand beach between here and Baldwin Cove. Enjoy the journey as you explore the path leading to this hidden gem.

Pa'ia Bay

Paia Bay is a paradise for accomplished bodyboarders seeking exhilarating waves. This long and beautiful beach boasts an excellent surf break close to the shore, making it a favorite spot for bodyboarding and bodysurfing enthusiasts. The surf break typically sits just beyond the shore and reaches overhead heights, making fins a wise accessory to enhance your experience. However, it's important to note that Paia Bay is not recommended for inexperienced bodyboarders, as the waves can become large and challenging. There is another break further offshore specifically for surfers.

During the winter months, the surf at Paia Bay can become enormous, accompanied by potentially dangerous rip currents. Even if you spot locals enjoying boogie boarding in such conditions, it is crucial to exercise caution and refrain from entering the water unless you possess significant experience and expertise.

The grassy park located between the highway and the beach may attract a few individuals from the vagrant community of Pa'ia. However, compared to the vagrant types found in larger cities, the ones you encounter here are generally milder in nature.

Beyond the beach, the shoreline invites you to embark on a scenic walk or run extending all the way to Baby Beach—a rewarding round-trip journey spanning approximately 3 miles. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the beach, the inviting waters, and the coastal charm as you explore this stretch of coastline.

Pa'ia Town

Located on Maui's northern shore, Pa'ia is a captivating town brimming with character and rich history harkening back to the days of Maui's sugar cane plantations. Despite its small population of under 3,000 residents, Pa'ia exudes an abundance of charm and captivating allure. Fondly referred to as Maui's hippie town, Pa'ia embraces a vibrant and laid-back atmosphere, attracting free spirits and art enthusiasts alike. Strolling through its lively streets, you'll discover a kaleidoscope of unique boutiques, eclectic galleries, and organic cafes, creating a bohemian ambiance that sets Pa'ia apart as a truly special and captivating destination on the island of Maui.

Tavares Beach

Situated in the Kuau area, adjacent to Paia, Tavares Beach is a medium-sized crescent-shaped haven of pristine white sand. With easy access and ample parking, it offers a range of activities for beach enthusiasts. Whether you're swimming, snorkeling, spear fishing, rock jumping, or riding the waves through surfing and windsurfing, Tavares Beach caters to various water sports. This hidden gem tends to fly under the radar for tourists, resulting in a less crowded atmosphere during weekdays. However, be aware that locals flock here on weekends and holidays, making weekdays the optimal time for a visit. As you explore the beach, you'll notice a reef close to the shore, minimizing the intensity of the waves near the coastline. Additionally, further out, there's a splendid surf break suitable for both beginners and advanced surfers and windsurfers, depending on the swell. Please note that all North Shore breaks can become extreme during the winter season.

Jaws Surf Break

Pe'ahi, famously known as Jaws, holds the title of Maui's premier big wave surfing break. It has been recognized as the winning break for the annual Big Wave Awards more times than any other location. When Jaws comes to life, it magnetizes the top names in surfing, drawing them to this awe-inspiring spectacle, and mere mortals are left in awe as they bear witness to the incredible displays of skill and bravery. While "Jaws" remains the most widely recognized name for this surf break, "Pe'ahi" has gained popularity among surfers seeking to honor local culture. In fact, "Pe'ahi" is the name of the much larger ahupua'a, showcasing the deep-rooted connections to the land. Adding to the mix, Kupuna Leslie Kuloloio reveals that the traditional Hawaiian name for this spot is "Ke Kai 'o Waitakulu," meaning "The Teary Eye" in translation. With its multiple names and rich history, Pe'ahi/Jaws stands as an iconic symbol of the raw power and captivating beauty found in the world of big-wave surfing.

North Shore Real Estate

Maui's North Shore offers a diverse selection of real estate, perfectly suited to the area's unique lifestyle and natural beauty. You'll find charming beach cottages, contemporary homes, and luxurious oceanfront estates among the single-family residences. Condominiums and townhomes provide low-maintenance living with resort-like amenities. Agricultural properties and vacant land are available for farming or building custom homes. Luxury estates offer exclusive retreats with stunning views. The North Shore also features vacation rental properties for income generation. Each neighborhood has its own distinct offerings. Connect with a local real estate agent to explore the wide range of options and find your ideal North Shore property

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