H.A. Baldwin Beach Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"H.A. Baldwin Park is a picturesque park that was originally developed as a private recreation area for the Hawaiian Sugar Company employees. It became a public beach park in 1963. The park has a large grassy picnic area with tables, grills, a pavilion and a protected swimming cove. A white sand beach fronts the park. On the east end is an ironwood and palm tree grove and a low rocky bluff. The park lies between Paia Bay and Spreckelsville Beach Park.
All levels of hiking experience are accommodated in this guide, with an emphasis on outstanding scenery and memorable features. Each hike includes a map, detailed driving and hiking directions and a summary. An overall map of Maui and the locations of the hikes is found on the next page.
Geographically, Maui is surprisingly diverse. Within an hour
you may go from verdant, humid rain forests to the stark, cold
and fascinating lunar landscape of the Haleakala crater."