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Slaughterhouse Beach, Lahaina

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Slaughterhouse Beach or "Mokuleʻia Beach," is a sand beach in Maui. It is located off of Rte. 30 in Mokuleʻia Bay, directly east of Fleming Beach and directly west of Honolua Bay. The beach is a part of the Honolua-Mokuleʻia Bay Marine Life Conservation District.
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Slaughterhouse Beach reviews

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4.8
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  • This beach has less people as the gatekeep is limited parking, but you can find spaces throughout the day. A quarter mile walk down some stairs and paved path will get you to this gem of a beach... 
    This beach has less people as the gatekeep is limited parking, but you can find spaces throughout the day. A quarter mile walk down some stairs and paved path will get you to this gem of a beach...  more »
  • We go there all the time for snorkeling, body surfing and hanging out at the beach. Love this beach, can be rough at times so be careful. 
    We go there all the time for snorkeling, body surfing and hanging out at the beach. Love this beach, can be rough at times so be careful.  more »
  • Worth it. Rocking waves not super deep. Wild cocks and chics roaming the beach within reach of your towels. Locals and tourists together. Really loved the wild waves and it had some shade for some... 
    Worth it. Rocking waves not super deep. Wild cocks and chics roaming the beach within reach of your towels. Locals and tourists together. Really loved the wild waves and it had some shade for some...  more »
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  • We visited Slaughterhouse Beach when it was a bit stormy. The drive is quite scenic. There’s not a parking lot, just parking along the roadway. There is a stairway going down to the beach. We enjoyed our time watching people trying to ride the waves. The water has beautiful shades of colors. We were there on a stormy day so I can’t really speak of the snorkeling or other activities on Slaughterhouse Beach. I can say it’s a beautiful beach, stormy or not. The road is very windy and beautiful to the beach. Enjoy your day!!
  • Beautiful little beach! Great waves for boogie boarding and a neat little sea cave. There’s barely any parking, however if you don’t mind a little walk, there’s a free lot down the hill a little ways. This is definitely not a handicap accessible beach since you can only enter via a tall stairway; there are also no restrooms.
  • We just randomly pulled over to see why cars were parked. Walked down this creepy stairway to one of the best little secret beaches. Beautiful clear water. Best impromptu photo shoot EVER!
  • Slaughterhouse Beach is awesome, definitely one of my favorites in Maui. Pretty secluded and usually not crowded. Nice size beach so you have a good amount of area to lay out. I went snorkeling over to the right and it was amazing. Definitely need to check this one out, it’s right around the corner from Honolua Bay.
  • Beautiful beach. You take stairs to get down to it. We saw a sea turtle on the beach. There were nice small waves. The water is very clear. It was not overly crowded on MLK Jr. Day compared to other beaches nearby.

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