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Lydgate Beach

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Aaron
Aaron
January 24, 2020
Past the airport headed North is Lydgate Beach with an ocean pool that you can snorkel in. Pack a lunch and enjoy a day here.
Sarah
Sarah
January 18, 2020
For all families this is the beach to go to. Great for kids also has an amazing play ground
Marketa
Marketa
September 24, 2019
Lydgate Park is a great spot for beginner snorkeling and swimming. The playground is a fun extra for kids.
Anthony & Julie
Anthony & Julie
August 29, 2019
Is located on the East side of Kauai adjacent to the Wailua River. The two rock enclosed ponds create a safe haven from the open ocean waves, while still allowing the small reef fish to move into the pond through the crevices. This spot will almost guarantee that you will see a variety of tropical…
Bruce & Micah
Bruce & Micah
May 16, 2019
Lydgate Beach Park in Wailua has two lava rock enclosed ocean pools that are perfect for inexperienced swimmers and snorkelers. Lydgate has numerous amenities including the Kamalani Playground for the kids, shade pavilions and picnic areas. Lifeguard and facilities are available.

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Hawaii, 96766