The Waikoloa Village beach house community has two pools (one for adults and one for kids), with designated times for lap swimming, water aerobics class, and general pool enjoyment. The community has its own restaurant and bar, as well as two tennis courts and the Waikoloa stables. The Waikoloa Village Golf Club was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and features views of five volcanoes and the Kohala coastline.
As a part of the Kohala coastline, Waikoloa Village beach houses are near many breathtaking beaches. To the north you'll find Hapuna Beach State Park, which is a sandy beach with calm water that is great for swimming and snorkeling. Waialea Beach has sandy areas for swimming, but it also has a rocky area where tropical fish like to gather. Puako Bay is a rocky beach with tidepools where you can discover fascinating marine life.
To the west, 49 Black Sand Beach is a stunning place to spend some time collecting shells and marveling at the beautiful dark sand. To the south, Makalawena Beach, which has white sand and two lava pools, is usually not very busy, unless you count the sea turtles that call this beach home. Manini,owali Beach has soft sand and crystal-clear water, and you can often find a food truck here serving up something yummy.
Along the Kohala coast there are numerous charters for fishing, snorkeling, whale watching, and scuba diving. Equipment rentals help you get out on the water to kayak, paddleboard, and surf. You can find an evening luau along the coast, go ziplining, and even take a helicopter ride over the Big Island. Queen's Market and King,s Shops are two nearby shopping centers where you can find everything from Hawaii souvenirs to a good meal. Waikoloa Village beach houses put you right in the middle of a million opportunities for Hawaii fun.