This is not an excellent place to stay, it’s a softball field at the edge of Waimea Town and is a campground for a number of homeless people. The bathrooms are dingy and not well maintained, the beach is a mess and the water is murky. As three women traveling alone, we didn’t really feel safe so we opted to a few other spots on the island.
Lucy Wright Beach in Kauai was an okay place to stay. My husband and I honestly just stayed here for a night, so it didnt bother us. There was garbage everywhere it seemed like, so it wasnt very clean.This is located near the Waimea Canyon, which was great for us because we wanted to do some hiking in the area. Highly recommend hiking in the Waimea Canyon- its gorgeous. Go early, though, to beat the heat of the scorching sun!! The water isnt the crystal blue color like some of the other beaches in kauai- but again that didnt bother us because we werent there long. Get your permit ahead of time. We got it online before we went to Kauai. Another downside is that there were a lot of homeless camps. Another reason why we only stayed here 1 night. We honestly just stayed here because we knew we were getting up early to hike the next morning. We were maybe here for 6hrs total.
beside a highway in a park. facilities aren't great. Much nicer camping available on island