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1. Beach, surf site, Kalāheo, Kauaʻi. Small pocket of calcareous sand at the mouth of a small gulch west of Kalāheo Gulch. The surf site is a shorebreak on the beach. 2. Beach, surf site, Kīlauea, Kauaʻi. A 3,000-foot-long, 75-foot-wide calcareous sand beach fronted by a wide sandbar on the west side of Kīlauea Point. The beach can only be seen on land from Kīlauea Point, so until the point was opened to the public in 1974 as Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, the existence of the beach was a "secret," known only to island residents. The surf site is a shorebreak on the sandbar. Also known as Kauapea Beach. 3. Island, Kualoa, Oʻahu. On the outer edge of Mōiliʻi Fishpond. A small calcareous sand beach that accreted here against the outer wall of the fishpond has created a secluded "island." Kualoa Ranch, the owner of the fishpond, named the beach and uses it as a private beach club.

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