Kuilima Cove
Kuilima Cove

Pools & Beaches

Set on nearly 1,300 oceanfront acres, Turtle Bay's connection to the water is all-encompassing. Where moments of bliss and thrilling adventures transpire along the North Shore coast. Find your happy place at our terraced pool deck and soak up the sun from the Resort, Adult, and Keiki pools. Or head out to one of our seven beaches from which you can surf, swim, snorkel, or simply relax and stretch out on a sandy beach. 



Main pool deck
Main Resort Pool

Swaying palm trees, prime ocean views, and sun-filled laughs greets you from the Main Resort Pool. This expansive pool deck features hot tubs and plenty of space for family-friendly frolicking.  

Adult Pool Deck
Adult Pool

The Adult Pool is designed for all-day lounging and sipping our famed Mai Tais. This infinity-style pool features a hot tub, in-water loungers, and a comfortable space to talk story with friends, old and new. 

Keiki Pool
Keiki Pool & Slides

Home to two water slides, the Keiki Pool is where kids of all ages want to be. It's time to grab your 'ohana (family) and make a splash.

Ocean Bungalow pool
Ocean Bungalows Pool

The oceanfront sanctuary you've been dreaming of lies within The Ocean Bungalows. Where bungalow guests can enjoy exclusive amenities and private access to an infinity-style pool. 

Pool Cabana
Pool Cabanas & Daybeds

Step into one of our luxe cabanas at the adult pool. For added space and comfort, relax in a family cabana. Or opt for a cozy daybed to watch the waves roll in. Reserve your slice of paradise by booking a cabana or daybed online.

Sunset Bar
Sunset Pool Bar

With direct ocean views of our famed surf breaks and warm weather year-round, the Sunset pool bar is the place to be on the North Shore. Get poolside service or pull up a chair and enjoy a refreshing drink.

Palm trees blowing in the breeze.


Kuilima Cove
Kuilima Cove

Distance: steps from the main resort

This popular beach is known for its calm waters, sandy bottom, and colorful corals. Making it perfect for snorkeling, swimming, and sunbathing.

Jamie O'Brien Surf Experience
Kawela Bay

Distance: 15 to 25-min walk

This famous bay has starred in several movies and TV shows, including Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Pirates of the Caribbean, and more. Its calm protected waters also makes it ideal for surfing, paddle boarding, and kayaking.

Keiki Cove at Turtle Bay Resort
Keiki Cove

Distance: 7 to 12-min walk

Keiki, the Hawaiian word for child, means this protected little cove is perfect for small children to wade in the ocean. The water is shallow and calm year round.

Stables Beach
Stables Beach

Distance: 5 to 10-min walk 

This little cove is protected by lava rocks and features a shallow swimming area that’s great for kids or adults to cool off in. Located by The Stables, be sure to say “howdy” to our horse friends while you’re there.

A family running on a beach
King's Walk

Distance: 15 to 25-min walk

Legend has it that Aliʻi (Hawaiian royalty) walked these shores, giving this stretch of beach its name. Take a leisurely walk along the shoreline and discover native birds and wildlife.

Tide Pools at Turtle Bay Resort
Tide Pools

Distance: 5 to 10-min walk

A magical swimming area shallow enough for little ones to float and wade in the water. You can also explore the tidepools to find hermit crabs, opihi and sea snails.

Hidden Beach
Hidden Beach

Distance: 10 to 15-min walk

How do you find a Hidden Beach? Walk along the trail past The Stables to a sandy shore with a little island off the coast. This O’ahu beach is almost always empty, especially in the morning.