BBQ & Picnic Tables
Kihei Shores offers our residents and their guests a BBQ and picnic area centrally located between the entrance and office (see property map).
The BBQ Picnic area recently underwent a major upgrade, replacing our two campground charcoal grills with three new propane grills, new tables, and additional seating. We ask that our residents and guests using the BBQ Picnic area follow these rules.
Misuse of barbecues, and/or failure to follow these rules may result in restriction from use of barbecues.
a. Barbecues are available for use between 8:00 a.m. & 10:00 p.m. daily.
b. Residents are responsible for the actions of their household members and guests when using the barbecues.
c. Barbecues are not to be operated by anyone under the age of 16. Residents 16 – 18 years of age may operate grill with parent or legal guardian present.
d. Grills should never be left unattended while in operation. Barbecue grills must have all burners shut off after each use.
e. Picnic tables are to be used as intended. Table tops are not to be sat on, stood on, have feet on, nor animals placed upon them.
f. Area must be cleaned of trash, food debris, etc. after use. Please bag up loose trash and properly dispose of it in closest trash receptacle.
g. Barbecues and picnic tables are available on a first come, first serve basis. When finished using the barbecues and picnic tables, please make them available for other residents to use.
h. If you notice any gas smell, malfunction of barbecues, empty fuel, or other issues, please turn off grill, then contact Management and/or Security right away.
Kamaole Park III, located just across the street from our entrance also offers numerous BBQ & picnic tables sites, which are great for large groups or whale watching during the winter months.