- This beach is part of a 153-acre county park on Oahu's windward shore. This park contains attractions of cultural and natural interest. Molii fishpond lies southwest of the park along Kamehameha Highway. On Kualoa point a salt marsh is home to the Hawaiian stilt, an endangered species. Off shore from Kualoa park is the island of Mokolii, which is steeped in Hawaiian legend. The beach is a narrow strip of sand under constant erosion. The water is good for swimming and snorkeling, but users should be aware of strong currents that occur infrequently. Swimmers should also be aware of Portuguese man-of-war that often swarm in the waters of Kualoa Beach. Facilities at this park include: picnic tables, restrooms, showers and telephones. Lifeguards are on duty on weekends and during the summer months. Camping is permitted and free at this park, on most nights, with a permit from the county. The gates are locked at night.