Ko Olina encompasses 642 acres featuring a string of four jewel-like lagoons connected by more than a mile and a half of seaside pathways. Daily public parking in designated areas is available from sunrise to sunset on a first-come first-serve basis.
There are no lifeguards on duty, guests swim at their own risk. (Be cautious of strong ocean currents.)
Help us maintain a safe, beautiful and clean environment by placing all trash in the containers provided.
The following is prohibited along the shoreline and on Ko Olina’s beaches:
Alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, pets, loud or distracting music, metal-detecting, fires, camping, tents, windbreakers, sun shades, bicycles, skates, skateboards, Frisbees, kites, ball playing, fishing, scuba, surfboards and other watercrafts.
Note: Ko Olina is privately owned with public pedestrian traffic permitted to and from the lagoons.
*Jan 18, 2018 – Feb 16, 2018: The Ulua Lagoon 4 beach (makai of the pedestrian walkway) and public parking lot will be closed for sand reclamation and beach beautification work.