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Latitude: 21° 26.719' N
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Follow Farrington Highway West until you see the Waianae Army Rec. sign on your left take a left onto that road, when you get to the guard shack you'll either need a military ID or a state drivers' licsense...or have someone with you who does.
Easy to find?
Alternative name Waianae Army Rec Center
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
It breaks very similar to Canoes on a great day when it's firing...but without the crowds and tourists! And the locals there are as friendly as they come.
By East Coaster , 04-12-2006
March any good? - I will be in the area for two weeks in March and I am considering staying that PARC. Any decent swell on this end of the island in March? I have reservations else where but would divide my time if the waves are decent.
By Anonymous , 18-09-2006
- Yep...Everybody say dat rest camp is 4 beginningers...aaahhhh wat....rest camp is da bomb...n its moa bettah wen get one west swell..not north west or south west...one west swell because da thing is big all over....but north and south west swell is good too... but yeah da guy earl bungo he is da bomb....he may look mad but go talk to him he's a cool guy...but yeah dats wea i wen learn how 4 surf..was ova dere and i think i am all right....but one thing is dat no bring ur haole style cuz we no like it dere....
By Chaz , 27-06-2004
This Place Rocks! Three Times a Year Maybe - I say that in jest. It can be fun whenever the West is on. But usually small since it is somewhat protected on one side by the cemetary jetty and the other side (toward Makaha) by the manmade boat harbor. When the azimuth is right on shore though. This place can be awesome. I'd say it happens about 3 times per year with 10 foot plus faces. I find it best when the far outside is breaking - you have to paddle out to the harbor entrance (watch out for boats - my buddy lost a toe to a prop by a drunk in a boat) and catch rights. Face value is every bit 10 to 12 feet with a few bigger sets. That is "Hawaiian" 1-2 feet by the way. Inside is OK but always crowded on big days. The big outside wave reforms again on the inside twice before hitting shore.
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