See & Do
Ali`i Beach Park is one of the most well known and world class surf breaks on the North Shore. A beach park popular with locals and visitors alike, you may find the world's top professional surfers competing here during the winter, and/or local elementary school children playing after school soccer in the fields.
To the left of the can't miss surf center at Ali`i is a lesser known (which makes it even better) turtle beach. Each day, roughly from mid afternoon till dark green sea turtles gather here up on the sand and enjoy relaxing in the sun. Ali`i, meaning royalty in Hawaiian, is a great place for a day at the beach or a quick stop to watch a few waves or turtles.
The Haleiwa Arts Festival is a late summer annual festival where all art locally made can be found on one piece of property at the Haleiwa Park.
Shell jewelry, paintings, drawing, music, clothing, and of course, wonderful food can be found here. Attendees come from all over the island, and locals look forward to it and help plan it year long.
Some of the most unique creations the eyes will ever see decorate booths, and residents and old friends socialize and catch up. The arts festival is definitely a definitive activity for Haleiwa.