Spreckelville is located between Paia and Kahului on Maui's north shore and lined with miles of beautiful beaches. This region also has great views of the West Maui Mountains as well as Haleakala Volcano.
Things To Do
The Spreckelsville area of northern Maui offers a variety of land and ocean activities including beautiful beaches and a range of water sports from snorkeling to stand up paddle boarding. Go ziplining in Haiku or horseback riding on the rolling green slopes of Maui's Upcountry region. From Spreckelsville it's a nice day trip to "Heavenly Hana"along the scenic Hana Highway where scenic coastal views and waterfalls abound. Another great day trip is a visit to the summit of Haleakala Volcano where there are spectacular views and hiking trails.
The Spreckelsville beach area is comprised of numerous individual beaches, from Baby Beach and Sugar Cove on the east, to Spreckelsville Beach on the west including Lobster Cove, Sprecks Beach and Camp One. This is a nice beach for a walk though its not the best for swimming due to lava outcrops. The Baby Beach area provides is nice for young children as the rocks provide some protection from the open sea. The picturesque Baldwin Beach located between Spreckelsville Beach Park and Paia Bay, has a protected swimming area and large grass lawn with barbecues making it nice for picnics. This is also a lifeguarded beach.
Head over to Paia or Haiku for a variety of dining choices, and it's not far to Kahului, Maui's main shopping district with many restaurants. You can also explore Makawao and the scenic Maui Upcountry region. For some of the island's best seafood check out the Paia Fish Market which also sells fresh fish that you can take back to your vacation rental. They boast the "best Fish Burger on Maui"and serve up delicious fish tacos and cajun-style fresh-catch fish specials. Their decor includes many ocean sports photos captures the excitement of nearby Hookipa Beach.
Many shops can be found in nearby Paia as well as Makawao and the charming, small towns of Maui's Upcountry including Ulupalakua, Keokea, Kula and Pukalani. Paia's town center is home to about 40 merchants, many housed in historic old plantation style buildings reflecting this town's unique history. For major shopping malls and department stores head over to Kahului which is Maui's principal shopping district.
A rental car is recommended when staying in Spreckelsville so you have easy access to the area's many great beaches and can enjoy day trips to other Maui attractions including Halaeakala National Park and the road to "Heavenly Hana." Maui's public bus system operates 7 days a week and provides service between most major communities including West, South and Central Maui.
Weather and Ocean Conditions
The climate in Spreckelsville is relatively mild all year around with summer temperatures averaging around 80 F and sometimes rising into the low 90s with tropical trade winds providing a comfortable, cooling effect. Winter temperatures average in the 70s. Casual and beach attire is appropriate for most activities though if you are visiting higher elevation areas bring something warmer as the temperatures may be significantly cooler. The winter months typically bring more rain on the north and east shores than on the west and south shores, which keeps everything lush and green. It's often best to enjoy beaches during the morning hours as the trade winds may blow a bit stronger in the afternoon. However most afternoons are nice as well for water as well as land activities. Inexperienced swimmers are advised to always swim and enjoy ocean activities at lifeguarded beaches. Winter months can bring big surf on exposed northern shorelines while summer conditions are often very calm. Like all Hawaii beaches, conditions can change at any time of year and you should always use caution before entering the ocean. Check with lifeguards before going in the water to learn about the safest areas to swim and enjoy the water activities you choose.
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is named after California sugar refiner Claus Spreckels, a German who came to
Hawaii seeking to make a fortune. When the 1876 Reciprocity Treaty signed by
the Hawaiian monarchy allowed Hawaiian sugar to come to the US duty free,
Spreckels came to Hawaii and bought up half the sugarcane crop anticipating a
jump in prices. By
1882 Spreckels owned 41,000 acres in the Wailuku region. East of Wailuku he
built the world's biggest and most
modern sugar factory at a cost of $4 million. Spreckels also owned a refinery
in San Francisco and the Oceanic Steamship Company which transported the sugar.