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Pine Trees Surfing Beach

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Pine Trees Surfing Beach – This popular beach is a beautiful beach.

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But can be hard to find; here is a link to Google Maps.

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Pine Trees Surfing Beach, Features –  Paved road access. This is a sandy beach at the shoreline with coral and seashells. You can watch surfers and boogie-boarders. A frequent gathering place for families and barbeques. Sunsets are awesome. Bathrooms available. Camping available with a permit.

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Pine Trees Surfing Beach, Sandy Beach – The sand that is on the beach is very coarse and there is a lot of loose coral as well as some shells. It has a substantial amount of lava rock and, while it has a sandy beach, the sand doesn’t really extend to the water so bring your reef shoes. Some tidepools.

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Pine Trees Surfing Beach, Surfing – Pine Trees Beach is mostly exposed to the west.  For the most part, it isn’t really a good place for a swim. 

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Pine Trees Surfing Beach, Swimming – Pine Trees Beach is mostly exposed to the west.  For the most part, it isn’t really a good place for a swim. 

Pine Trees Surfing Beach, Snorkeling – Unless the waves are absolutely flat, you won’t want to snorkel here; too rough.

Pine Trees Surfing Beach, Shade – Lots of shade trees up and down the coast.

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Pine Trees Surfing Beach, Hiking – Lots of hiking available on the road, the beach and a paved trail you can follow to see Hawaiian petroglyphs.

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