Maui Communities

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    Maui's North Shore Communities

    Maui's North Shore is home to beautiful beaches, close-knit residential communities, loads of activities for the sports enthusiast, and a many artistic groups including the Hui No’eau and a “plein-aire” group of painters.

    "Sprecks"

    Spreckelsville is located adjacent to Northshore sandy beaches, but just minutes from town and the airport.  It is a close-knit residental community with a private Country Club with tennis and golf facilities and pool.  Lots are sized from 10,000 SF residential lots to over two-acre country-sized parcels.  With many professionals, retirees, and families calling Spreckelsville home, this community is an excellent way to become involved in the Maui lifestyle and to make friends and find out “what’s happening” on Maui.

    Pa'ia

    Located to the east of Spreckelsville ,Pa’ia is renowned for being “The World Windurf Capital”.  With Ho’okipa Beach Park and Pa ‘ia beach park being only minutes up the road, many surfers and windsurfers have moved to Maui from the four corners of the world.  This makes an interesting and eclectic mix both socially and commercially with many boutiques and cafes in Paia reflecting these cultural transplants.  Charley P. Woofer restaurant and Bar,  Café des Amis, Hi-Tech surf shop, Mana Foods (whole foods before Whole Foods!) and the Paia Fish Market all make Pa’ia a fun, thriving community.  Plus, the excellent beach-front Pa’ia Youth Center & skate park (supervised) makes this a major draw for kids of all ages!

    Haiku

    You can’t get more “country” than Haiku.  Most of its parcels are 2 acres or more, reflecting the “Ag” history of this area.  Being the windward area of Maui, rainfall is abundant with many rainbows and green pastoral vistas.   Annual rainfall varies from area to area in Haiku so you can easily find the environment which suits you best.  Two small shoppnig areas, an elementary school and community center all add to the ease of living “out in the Country”.