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Ford Transit

2017 / Class B Camping Van
Sleeps 4
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83.2 miles from Hawaii
$175
PER NIGHT
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Top Three RV Rental Locations in Hawaii

The most popular cities for RV rental on the Hawaiian Islands are Honolulu and Pearl City on Oahu and Hilo on Hawaii. Typically, those with RV rentals in Hawaii offer modified and upgraded campervans that give drivers plenty of flexibility when navigating the sometimes winding roads found in the more remote areas. Their smaller footprint also allows them to access beach areas, which is perfect for visitors who want to spend their time on the islands snorkeling, fishing, or surfing. These campervans typically start at $150 per night and can accommodate two or three adults. Reviews from campervan renters show that these vehicles offer a great way to easily navigate the islands while providing convenient accommodations. 

Accommodating four or more people and running anywhere from $200 to $400 per night, larger Class A and Class C motorhomes are also available for rental. Some rentals will allow pets. Most of these rentals also offer delivery right to the airport so that you’re ready to start your Hawaiian adventure the moment you step off the plane. Motorhome renters also enjoyed their experience and often specifically mentioned the great communication they had with owners renting their vehicles in Hawaii. 

Hawaii RV Rentals by City

  • Honolulu, Oahu – As Hawaii’s capital and most populous city, Honolulu features the highest availability of recreational vehicles to rent. Most visitors will also arrive in the islands via flights from the mainland to Honolulu, making it the destination nearly all island travelers are familiar with.
  • East Honolulu – Quieter than its neighbor next door, East Honolulu nevertheless enjoys the same access to RV availability as urban Honolulu. East Honolulu stretches from just east of Honolulu’s center all the way to Makapu'u Point.
  • Pearl City, Oahu – Just 11 miles west of Honolulu, Pearl City is the site of Pearl Harbor and boasts a more peaceful vibe than its busy neighbor. RV drivers who prefer to stay out of larger cities may want to pick up their vehicles from this conveniently located city.
  • Hilo – Located on the island of Hawaii, Hilo is its largest city and functions as both a gateway for RV rental on the island and also as an excellent base for exploring its fascinating volcanoes.

Best National Parks in Hawaii

  • Hawaii Volcanoes – Located on the Big Island, this park encompasses 500 square miles and boasts two of the most famous volcanoes in the world, Mauna Loa and Kilauea. The sheer size of the park makes it perfect for RV drivers, allowing them to explore at their leisure, and also offers plenty of camping areas. Visitors won’t want to miss the educational visitor center and stargazing at the Mauna Kea Observatory.
  • Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau – Situated just an hour and a half drive from Volcanoes National Park, this historic site gives visitors a glimpse into Hawaii’s past at this place of refuge for the ancients. Recreated temples, houses, and sites of interest make this an archeological wonder, and its location along Hawaii’s Highway 11 gives easy access to RV drivers.
  • Haleakala – Maui’s enormous shield volcano forms a stunning focal point for a series of volcanic peaks and valleys in this 100-square-mile park. There’s wilderness camping available, and RV drivers have an advantage if they want to be in the park early enough to observe the famous sunrise from the summit.

Popular State Parks in Hawaii

  • Akaka Falls State Park – Visitors can hike and enjoy the rainforest scenery complete with breathtaking waterfalls. There is a small RV parking fee for non-residents.
  • Hāpuna Beach State Recreation Area – This Big Island beach features beautiful white sand and is an easy destination to reach for large vehicles. A portion of the Kahakai Trail runs along the beach.
  • Koke'e State Park – Located on peaceful Kauai, this pretty park offers expansive ocean views from its jagged peaks and plenty of rainforest area to explore. There’s a campground for RV drivers wanting an overnight visit.
  • Makena State Park – Maui’s glorious sand beaches reach their pinnacle in this easily accessed park. In addition to water activities, there’s a picnic area for RV drivers who want to enjoy an outdoor meal.
  • Nā Pali Coast State Park – The coast itself is inaccessible to large vehicles, but that shouldn’t stop RV drivers from enjoying the spectacular sight of the plunging cliffs and crashing waves. Parking is available at Ke'e Beach off of Highway 56, with prior parking reservations strongly encouraged.
  • Polihale State Park – While the road to this park is less maintained than other island roads, the beautiful and secluded beach will appeal to RV drivers who want to avoid the crowds.
  • Punalu'u Black Sand Beach – Pulverized volcanic rock makes a visually stunning sandscape at this Big Island beach. Water sports abound, and RV drivers will like the outdoor showers and picnic area available to use while keeping the RV’s interior free of sand.
  • Tantalus Lookout Puu Ualakaa State Park – Probably the perfect first stop for RV drivers, this park is just outside Honolulu and offers unforgettable views of the city and the ocean beyond.
  • Wai'anapanapa State Park – Combine RVing and water sports at this beautiful Maui park. There are camping facilities and all the swimming, snorkeling, and surfing visitors can handle.
  • Waimea Canyon State Park – This 10-mile canyon is a boon for photography hobbyists and hikers alike. There’s beach camping at the park or at sites nearby.

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks in Hawaii

  • Pearl Harbor – This is a somber site that nevertheless provides an interesting context to the historic events that occurred in Hawaii during World War II. It’s easy for RV drivers to reach from Honolulu and provides ample parking for guests. This historical Hawaii landmark contains a visitor center, the memorial site itself, and educational exhibits to peruse.
  • Iolani Palace – Visit the home of the United States’ only royal family, located on the island of Oahu. The palace recreates the interior complete with historic artifacts, furniture, and personal effects of the ruling family. Because it’s right in downtown Honolulu, RV drivers can easily add it to their itinerary of places to visit in the city. There’s parking nearby and helpful guided tours.
  • Diamond Head – This distinctive volcanic formation frames Honolulu to the east and is perfect for hiking. Once reaching the summit, there are ocean, city, and mountain vistas to appreciate. The trailhead is easily reached from Honolulu and makes a nice addition to RV-based sightseeing in the area.

Popular RV Parks and Campgrounds in Hawaii

  • Wai'anapanapa State Park – Located on Maui, this campground offers no RV hookups, as is the case with many camping sites in Hawaii, but there are restrooms, showers, picnic facilities, and grills for barbecuing.
  • Malaekahana Beach Campground – This Oahu campground has a store, kayak rentals, bathrooms, showers, and a picnic space on a beautiful beach. There are no dedicated RV hookups, but there’s plenty of parking for a dry overnight stay.
  • Namakanipaio Campground – If you’re visiting the Big Island volcanoes, this campground is located right in the park, making it convenient for days of exploration of the surrounding area. It’s a dry camping area for RVs, but there are bathrooms, potable water, and picnic facilities available.

RV Dump Stations in Hawaii

  • Honolulu – Oahu’s main city also features the lion’s share of dump stations, and most are conveniently located for RV drivers to enter and exit. The Waimanalo Convenience Center is located at 41 Hihimanu Street and is open every day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Ewa Convenience Center is in Eva Beach and allows free dumping daily except for holidays.
  • Hawaii – The Big Island has several dump stations in Waimea, including Pahala Transfer Station, which offers free dumping but is closed Mondays. The Hilo Transfer Station in Hilo is free and open daily.
  • Maui – There are fewer stations on Maui than other islands, but the Olowalu Recycling & Refuse Convenience Center is open Monday through Saturday and offers free dumping.

Upcoming Events in Hawaii

  • Honolulu Festival – This is a celebration of Hawaiian culture and food that spans days and includes dancing, music, and local artists. It’s the premier event of the year and is the perfect introduction to native Hawaiian crafts and cuisine.
  • East Maui Taro Festival – Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it at this fun gastronomic festival that celebrates poi and every other imaginable foodstuff that can be made with taro root.
  • Maui Film Festival – Film buffs aren’t the only ones who will enjoy this tribute to the cinematic arts. Visitors can view local filmmakers’ works along with internationally known names.
  • Kamuela Farmer’s Market – Produce, crafts, organic cosmetics, and local coffee beans are just some of the things visitors will find at this Big Island gathering. RV drivers can restock their pantry while perusing the many wares and examples of historic island foodstuffs.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Hawaii

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Hawaii?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Hawaii?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Hawaii from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Hawaii?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

National Parks Near Hawaii

State Parks Near Hawaii

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Hawaii

RV Storage Near Hawaii
The Big Island is the largest of the islands in the Hawaiian archipelago, and it’s home to natural wonders and a mild, tropical climate. As one of the top vacation destinations of the United States, it enjoys year-around tourism, both for its sunny beaches and nature preserves. Surprisingly, the Big Island has a community of RV owners and renters, and the need for storage facilities is served by several businesses. The weather makes outdoor storage more convenient than in colder or dustier climates, but covered parking is desirable to prevent long-term UV damage. If you’re in need of a place to park your RV when you aren’t enjoying a stay at one of the Big Island’s RV campgrounds, here is a list of the top five storage facilities (in no particular order) to help you find the right place.
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