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Maui Wedding Beach Permits can be easily obtained from Karl Bradford Photography

Beach permits are required on Maui beaches, even if it just the two of you being married. Do not attempt to do this on your own – It will cost you a great deal of time and money. It is best

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and much more affordable to find a wedding professional that is already registered with the County of Maui and can obtain this permit for you. Karl Bradford Photography provides the required Maui beach permit, free of charge, when they are contracted to do your beach wedding photography, on Maui. In addition to the beach permit – be sure to hire a photographer and or videographer that has their own Annual Permit. Every wedding vendor is required to have an Annual Permit that can be presented to the DLNR, when providing services on the beach. It is a shame to have to leave the beach, risk a fine, and ruin your day all because you do not have the correct permits. Count on professionals to help you and your day will go smoothly and without any issues. Please contact with any questions that you may have. You may also call him @ 808.446.2877 or 310.850.5272 for California Brides and Wedding planners.  Below is a list of the beaches that require beach permits

Charley Young (County) Beach Park*
D.T. Flemming (County) Beach Park*
Hana (County) Beach Park*
Hanakaoo (County) Beach Park*
Honokowai (County) Beach Park*
Honolua Bay (State)
Hookipa (County) Beach Park*
Kalama (County) Beach Park*
Kalepolepo (County) Beach Park*
Kamaole I, II, & III (County) Beach Parks*
Kanaha (County) Beach Park (AKA Lower Spreklesville Beach)*
Kaumahina State Wayside
Kepaniwai (County) Beach Park*
Kihei (County) Beach Reserve*
Launiupoko (County) Wayside Park
Lower Spreklesville Beach (AKA Kanaha) (County) Park*
Maalaea (County) Beach Park*
Maalaea Mud Flats
Mai Poina Oe Iau (County) Beach Park*
Napili Bay

Oneloa (AKA Makena State Park and Beach) (except weekends and holidays) (NOTE: This location is separate from Oneloa Bay in Kapalua.)
Pepeiaolepo Beach (AKA Poolenalena Beach Park) (County)*
Pohaku (County) Beach Park*
Polo Beach
Poolenalena (County) Beach Park (AKA Pepeiaolepo Beach)*
Puaa Kaa State Wayside
Ukumehame / Papalaua (County) Wayside Park*
(Beaches along) Waiehu Beach Road
Waiehu I & II (County) Beach Park*
Waihee (County) Beach Park*
Wahikuli (County) Beach Park*
Waianapanapa State Park
Wailea Beaches
Wailua Valley State Wayside Lookout

NOTE: Hookipa (County) Beach Park and Kanaha (County) Beach Park are heavily used for water sporting events. Please ensure that you check the scheduled usage of these parks with the Maui County Parks office (tel. 808-270-7389) prior to scheduling a shoot at these parks. Also, please obtain all necessary Maui County Parks permits to use these locations.

*Also requires County permit or approval from owner(s); state jurisdiction up to high-water mark/vegetation line.