This lovely northwestern Maui beach begins near the 16th hole of the beautiful Kapalua golf course at Makaluapuna Point and continues to the other side of the cove on Honokahua Bay which is bordered by sea cliffs. Fleming Beach is long and wide and is usually great for swimming and snorkeling while also providing good waves for surfers and bodyboarders.
Swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, bodyboarding, surfing, and diving.
This beach is generally very quiet and there are shady areas along the shore provided by ironwood trees and palms as well as a nice, shallow sandbar offshore extending out to the surf. Fleming Beach is set upon low sand dunes.
Need to Know
Although the beach is quite big it can get busy on weekends and also sometimes gets a bit windy in the afternoons. The shoreline is fairly steep and the water is sometimes slightly cloudy for snorkeling. Fleming Beach is subject to seasonal high surf and dangerous conditions. Beginners should not go in the water during times of big waves or rough ocean water due to strong currents and rip tides.
Restrooms, showers, picnic shelters, picnic tables, barbecue grills, drinking water, phones, parking lot.
Fleming Beach Park is located in upper western Maui north of Kapalua and north of the Ritz-Carlton hotel.