Baldwin BeachVisit Website
We love this dog-friendly Paia beach for it’s long stretch of white sand, calming ocean views, and family friendly vibe. It is a good place to walk along the sand, watching the body surfers and boogey boarders during large winter swells. Swimming can be dangerous here, but you can head to the east or west side of the beach to find calmer waters at Baldwin Cove and Beach.
Down the HatchVisit Website
This breakfast, lunch, and happy hour seafood eatery features locally-sourced fresh fish and Southern Aloha dishes like Chicken & Waffles, and Mahi Mahi tacos. Dogs are allowed!
Nakalele Blowhole TrailVisit Website
This moderately challenging hike is located near Wailuku and one of the most popular dog-friendly trails on Maui. The north Maui hike to the blowhole is a rugged, lava rock trail and is 1.2 mile out and back total. When the surf is high, the water from the blowhole is spewed out and has been known to go as high as 100 feet! Don’t let your dog off the leash and never turn your back on the blowhole so you can be aware of incoming waves!
Nalu’s South Shore GrillVisit Website
This Kihei restaurant is one of the most popular dog-friendly restaurants on island. The open-air eatery serves local favorites like the loco moco, ahi benedict, and poke.
Polipoli, Redwood, Plum and Haleakala RidgeVisit Website
Located in the Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area, this 4.2 mile loop trail is moderately challenging with great views and beautiful eucalyptus and redwood forest section. Dogs must stay on the leash.