Affordable RV Rentals in Big Island, HI

1-20 of 25+ Affordable RV Rentals
Unknown TOYOTA MPVH
2019 Class B Camping Van

Unknown TOYOTA MPVH

Sleeps 4 10.0ft
21.6 miles from Big Island, HI
(1)
$130 /night
Ram Promaster Promaster
2019 Class B Camping Van

Ram Promaster Promaster

Sleeps 2 18.0ft
24.1 miles from Big Island, HI
(3)
$225 /night
Dodge Promaster Tofino
2022 Class B Camping Van

Dodge Promaster Tofino

Sleeps 4 19.0ft
47.0 miles from Big Island, HI
(2)
$226 /night
Mercedes Metris Getaway - "Hapuna"
2021 Pop-up Camper

Mercedes Metris Getaway - "Hapuna"

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
25.3 miles from Big Island, HI
(1)
$139 /night
Winnebago Solis 59P
2023 Class B Camping Van

Winnebago Solis 59P

Sleeps 4 19.0ft
25.3 miles from Big Island, HI
New Listing New Listing
$219 /night
Ram Promaster Promaster
2018 Class B Camping Van

Ram Promaster Promaster

Sleeps 2 18.0ft
24.1 miles from Big Island, HI
$225 /night
Mercedes Metris Pop-top - "Honoli'i"
2019 Class B Camping Van

Mercedes Metris Pop-top - "Honoli'i"

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
25.3 miles from Big Island, HI
$139 /night
Hymer Aktiv Std. Model
2018 Class B Camping Van

Hymer Aktiv Std. Model

Sleeps 4 19.0ft
25.3 miles from Big Island, HI
(2)
$199 /night
Mercedes Metris Getaway - Kohala
2021 Pop-up Camper

Mercedes Metris Getaway - Kohala

Sleeps 2 17.0ft
25.3 miles from Big Island, HI
$139 /night
Ram Promaster Campervan Hawaii Custom
2017 Class B Camping Van

Ram Promaster Campervan Hawaii Custom

Sleeps 2 20.0ft
25.3 miles from Big Island, HI
New Listing New Listing
$199 /night
Dodge Grand Caravan - MiniVana
2007 Class B Camping Van

Dodge Grand Caravan - MiniVana

Sleeps 2 16.0ft
41.3 miles from Big Island, HI
(2)
$119 /night
Fiat Ducato Ram Promaster
2017 Class B Camping Van

Fiat Ducato Ram Promaster

Sleeps 2 17.75ft
24.1 miles from Big Island, HI
(4)
$225 /night
Chrysler Ram Promaster
2019 Class B Camping Van

Chrysler Ram Promaster

Sleeps 2 17.75ft
24.1 miles from Big Island, HI
(1)
$225 /night
Dodge Promaster Winnebago Solis
2023 Class B Camping Van

Dodge Promaster Winnebago Solis

Sleeps 2 19.0ft
47.0 miles from Big Island, HI
New Listing New Listing
$215 /night
Dodge Dodge Grand Caravan
2013 Class B Camping Van

Dodge Dodge Grand Caravan

Sleeps 2 15.0ft
42.4 miles from Big Island, HI
(9)
$159 /night
Jeep Wrangler Pop-top - "Puna"
2017 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Wrangler Pop-top - "Puna"

Sleeps 2 17.0ft
25.3 miles from Big Island, HI
$139 /night
Dodge Promaster Tofino
2023 Class B Camping Van

Dodge Promaster Tofino

Sleeps 4 19.0ft
47.0 miles from Big Island, HI
New Listing New Listing
$215 /night
Jeep Wrangler Pop-top - "Koa"
2016 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Wrangler Pop-top - "Koa"

Sleeps 2 17.0ft
25.3 miles from Big Island, HI
$139 /night
Ford E350 XLT
2008 Class B Camping Van

Ford E350 XLT

Sleeps 2 18.0ft
24.8 miles from Big Island, HI
$220 /night
Dodge Ram Van B1500 - AlaeaVana
1999 Class B Camping Van

Dodge Ram Van B1500 - AlaeaVana

Sleeps 2 17.0ft
41.2 miles from Big Island, HI
$139 /night
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Best National Parks Near Big Island, HI

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a must-visit for anyone exploring the Big Island. This national park, in Hawaii County, covers an area of 323431 acres (1308.88 km2). It boasts two active volcanoes, including Kƒ´lauea, which has erupted since 1983. Be sure to visit Nahuku - Thurston Lava Tube and hike around Kƒ´lauea Iki Crater. Unfortunately, there are no campgrounds with RV hookups in the park; however, you can find several private campgrounds nearby.Visiting Haleakala National Park is worth the trip from Big Island to Maui County. The park offers stunning sunrise and sunset views from atop the dormant volcano. Drive along Hana Highway and hike Pipiwai Trail to see Waimoku Falls. It has two campgrounds: Hosmer Grove Campground and Kipahulu Campground. However, neither provide any RV hookups; only tent camping is available.Remember to plan when visiting these parks, as some facilities may be closed or have limited availability due to COVID-19 restrictions. It's also important to note that both parks require reservations for entry during peak times of the year. Ensure you check with each respective park for further information on camping regulations and reservation policies before planning your trip.

Popular State Parks Near Big Island, HI

Akaka Falls State Park is a must-visit for nature lovers. The park features a 0.4-mile loop trail that takes you through lush vegetation leading to the iconic 442-foot waterfall. While the state park has no campgrounds or RV hookups, there are plenty of RV parks and resorts in the nearby areas of Hilo and Pahoa. H‚àÜ√≠‚àö√ñpuna Beach State Recreation Area is another popular destination for RVers visiting the big island of Hawaii. This park offers a unique opportunity to camp right on the beach in your RV or travel trailer, with stunning ocean views and great swimming, fishing, and sunbathing opportunities. It offers electrical hookups, showers, restrooms, and picnic tables. Book your reservation early, as this park is incredibly popular.If you're looking for a peaceful retreat away from the crowds, Kalopa State Recreation Area is an excellent choice. The park boasts several hiking trails that take you through lush forests with native trees such as koa and 'ohia lehua. It features three camping cabins that can accommodate up to six people each; however, no campsites or RV hookups are available here.Remember to pack all your essentials before heading out for a day trip or camping adventure at these state parks near the big island of Hawaii. Remember sunscreen, insect repellent, and plenty of water!

Must-see Monuments and Landmarks Near Big Island, HI

Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park is a must-visit landmark near the big island of Hawaii. This park offers visitors a glimpse into Hawaiian history and culture with its ancient temples, royal grounds, and sacred spaces. It also features a reconstructed village that will help you understand what life was like here in pre-colonial times.Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park is another great landmark near the big island. This park consists of 1,800 acres of land and water. Visitors can explore ancient fishponds, petroglyphs, and historic sites like the Aiopio Fishtrap.The Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail is an excellent way to explore the natural beauty of Hawaii while learning about its rich cultural heritage. This trail spans 175 miles along the Big Island's coastline and passes through some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, including Kealakekua Bay, Kaunaoa Beach (Mauna Kea), and Magic Sands Beach Park.Make sure to visit Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site. This site features an ancient temple built in honor of Kamehameha I. It played a significant role in Hawaiian history as it helped unite the Hawaiian Islands under one rule.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks & Campgrounds

Ho'okena Beach Park is a great option for an RV campground with beach access and picnic tables.At Kipahulu Campground, you can enjoy full hookups, and pets are allowed.Nāmakanipaio Campground offers a pool, hot tub, and barbecue pits for your enjoyment.Punalu'o Black Sand Beach Park is another option with a beautiful black sand beach and outdoor showers.All these big islands Hawaii RV campgrounds offer strong cell reception, making it easy to stay connected while enjoying the outdoors.

RV Dump Stations Near Big Island, HI

When traveling with your RV around a big island, Hawaii, you'll find several dump stations for black and gray water dumping.Some popular locations include Pahala Transfer Station, Miloli'i Transfer Station, VOLCANO Recycling and Transfer Station, and Puakō Transfer Station. These dump stations offer fresh water to refill your tanks, a hose for flushing tanks, and trash bins for waste disposal. Properly dispose of your waste to keep the environment clean and safe.

RV Rentals Near Big Island, HI


Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an Affordable RV Near Big Island, HI

How does RVshare classify an affordable RV rental?

RVshare defines an affordable RV rental as any rental that is priced between $100-$250 per night. These rentals are perfect for travelers looking for an affordable way to see the country.

Can I rent an affordable RV in Big Island, HI that still offers the amenities and features I desire for my trips, such as a kitchen, bathroom, or air conditioning?

Yes! RVshare has a wide variety of affordable RV rentals available in cities across the United States. These rentals often come equipped with amenities like a full kitchen, bathroom, and air conditioning, providing travelers with all the comforts of home while on the road.

Are there any additional fees or charges for renting an affordable RV in Big Island, HI, such as cleaning or mileage fees?

The owner of the RV determines any additional fees or charges associated with the rental, such as cleaning or mileage fees. Any fees or charges will be clearly stated in the RV listing description on the RVshare website.

How do I properly maintain and care for an affordable RV rental during my trip, and are there any special considerations I should be aware of?

It is important to follow the guidelines provided by the RV’s owner for proper care of the rental during the trip. This includes keeping the RV clean and free of damage, and using the appropriate cleaning products for the materials in the RV. The RV owner is responsible for the regular maintenance of the RV.

Can I rent an affordable RV in Big Island, HI for an extended period, and are any discounts or promotions available for longer rentals?

Yes! Many RV owners on RVshare offer affordable rental options for extended periods of time. Though RVshare does not offer discounts, owners may offer discounted rentals for extended time periods.

What fuel efficiency can I expect from an affordable RV rental, and how can I minimize fuel costs during my trip?

RVs are not known for their fuel efficiency, but renters can take steps to minimize fuel costs during their trip. This includes avoiding speeding and rapid acceleration, maintaining a consistent speed, and avoiding excessive idling. Also remember that the larger and heavier the vehicle, the lower the fuel efficiency.

Do I bring my bedding and linens to use in an affordable RV rental, and what kind of storage options are available for these items?

The RV owner determines what is included with the rental, such as bedding and linens. Renters should review the RV listing description or ask the owner for more information. Many RVs have storage options for personal items, including bedding and linens.

How do I properly level and stabilize my RV rental at my campsite or RV park, and what equipment or tools do I need?

Leveling and stabilizing an RV rental is important for both safety and comfort. RV owners typically provide leveling blocks and stabilizing jacks to renters, along with instructions for proper use.

Do I bring my entertainment equipment or appliances for an affordable RV rental, such as a portable grill or music player?

Renters should review the RV listing description or ask the owner for more information on what is included with the rental, such as entertainment equipment or appliances. Some RVs come equipped with a portable grill or music player, while others do not.

What kind of maintenance or upkeep do I need to perform in the RV during my rental period?

Renters are responsible for keeping the RV clean and free of damage during the rental period. Any other maintenance or upkeep is the responsibility of the RV’s owner. Renters should follow the guidelines provided by the owner for proper care and maintenance of the rental during the trip.