The historic town of Hale’iwa is the largest community among the small quaint north shore towns on Kamehameha Highway. Other towns include Laie, home to Bingham Young University and Kahuku known for their championship high school football team has produced some of the best football players in the country and famous shrimp trucks. Other towns on the North Shore include Mokuleia and Wailua an old sugar plantation town rooted in Hawaiian history. Overall the area includes beaches, hiking, fishing, art galleries, and several food trucks. If you love shopping the area offers several local shops and restaurants frequented by tourists and locals. Several small popular eateries, fresh farm stands and an occasional grocery store can be found along the coast which keeps the North Shore all about the laid back lifestyle, though it is not immune to traffic in certain areas due to visitors and during seasonal surf. As for housing options, there are condos in the areas of Waialua and Turtle Bay (Kualima). Other options are single family homes of various styles throughout the area.
North Shore Properties
About the Neighborhood
Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Notice