Hau'ula is a small town located on Oahu's northeastern shore, about 30 miles (48 km) north of Honolulu. There is a small commercial center, with a few shops and a supermarket in the town's center. Hauula Beach Park is a popular gathering and camping place among local residents, especially during weekends. A fringing reef extends off the shoreline.
In the Hawaiian language, hau'ula means “red hau” (hau is a type of tree, the Hibiscus tiliaceus). In the past, sugarcane was grown in the area around Hau'ula, along the narrow coastal plain inland from the highway.
Small town located on Oahu's northeastern shore
Town has small commercial center with few shops and a supermarket
Spacious beach park located along the shoreline - has a large grassy area