“beach with a ghost!”
La'ie Beach Park located on Oahu's northeastern shore, has a white-sand beach with waves year-round, but the waves are usually more consistent and higher in the winter months. The beach fronting the beach park is known as Pounders Beach because of its often times pounding shorebreak. A shallow sandbar is responsible for the pounding surf and strong currents. Be cautious because this sandbar drops off abruptly. The limestone cliff at the south end of the beach is called Pali Kiloi'a, which means "fish-spotter cliff" in the Hawaiian language. It is a popular spot for shoreline fishermen who fish for o'io, moi, papio and ulua (giant trevally). Rumor has it the spirit of a mom walks the beach searching for her lost child... search for her yourself!
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