Rocky Point attracts throngs of pro surfers and fans all winter long. As the name implies, you can find this break by the lava rocks scattered on the beach in front of it. Both rights and lefts, consistent swells during the winter months and off and on throughout the summer. This is a great place to watch the big wave surfers fight over the waves during the winter months or to enjoy the calmer, quiet beach during the summer months. Don't leave valuables in your vehicle. It is safer to park off of Kamehameha Highway rather than along one of the side streets, as they tend to have more break-ins. The beach is lined by shallow reef and there is a very strong shore break, so it is best to stay out of the water unless you are an experienced surfer. There is no lifeguard at this break.