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Hawaii - 1046 RV Rentals
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2016 Cherokee Vengance

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 8

2004 Gulf Stream Atrium

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2005 Keystone Cougar

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 10

2016 Sunseeker by Forest River 3170DS

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 10

2016 Coleman Qb29

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 10

1998 Gulfstream Sun Voyager

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 4

2018 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31G

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 10

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1996 Ford Coachman

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

1999 Coleman Nevada

Folding Trailer / Sleeps 6

2015 Forest river Ultra light

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 8

2003 Prowler

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2015 Forest river Salem

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 4

Instant Book

2017 Rockwood 8312SS/DELIVERED

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 10

2016 Wildwood X-Lite 171RBXL

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 3

2014 Jayco Swift

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 8

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2005 Conquest Independent SE

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2006 Keystone Raptor

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 8

2001 Fleetwood Prowler LITE

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 5

2008 Winnebago Vista 32K

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 8

Instant Book

2007 Fleetwood Seqouia

Folding Trailer / Sleeps 8

2016 salem cruise 26 ft

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 9

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Motorhome, Camper and RV Rentals Hawaii


Most would not assume that Hawaii is a good place to rent a recreational vehicle, but with hundreds of amenities, parks, and forests, it is actually one of the most economical ways to see the Aloha State. There are several islands that make up Hawaii for travelers to visit, but the most popular, by far, is Oahu. Oahu is a unique blend of volcanoes, beaches, big city, and remote wilderness. It's balmy tropical climate and lush forests make it an ideal place to camp and go exploring in an RV rental Hawaii. Discover waterfalls, caves, hidden pools, and unparalleled vistas when you take a road trip in an RV rental in Hawaii.

Major cities include: Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hilo, Kailua, Kaneohe, Haleiwa. All of these cities are worth a visit in an RV rental Hawaii!

Hawaii Attractions


USS Arizona Memorial

The USS Arizona memorial is dedicated to those who fought and lost their lives at Pearl Harbor. This unprecedented event in U.S. history has forever shaped the country and this stunning piece of architecture draws millions of visitors every year to honor and remember that. The monument rises out of the brilliant blue water in Pearl Harbor. Visitors can see underwater wreckage through the glass bottom of the monument and watch as Mother Nature claims the warship for its own. Visitors traveling in a Hawaii camper rental can make camp at one of the several nearby campsites around Waikiki.


A universe away from the moist green forests and waterfalls of nearby Manoa Valley is the Diamondhead Crater. This inactive volcano site is a wildly popular hiking destination for intrepid Hawaii visitors. The barren, dusty terrain is evidence of the vocals destructive power. It is famous for the spectacular view that awaits those who make it to the top. Hikers pick their way up to the summit of the crater, which overlooks the entire Waikiki coastline. Be sure to pack plenty of water and safe shoes as the trail can be hot and uneven. There is camping available for a Hawaii motorhome rental in the Diamondhead Park at the trails entrance, but be sure to make reservations rarely for this wildly popular campsite.

Hawaii State Parks / Campgrounds


Wahaiwa Freshwater State Park

The Wahaiwa Freshwater Lake is located inland Oahu, and is a popular camping site for RV rentals in Hawaii, Honolulu because it is far away from the hustle and bustle of city. Visitors can fish, swim, and hike while feeling completely secluded from the world, despite being only a few miles away from civilization in their Hawaii campervan rentals. Recreational Vehicle travelers can reserve a campsite with limited hookups for your RV rental Hawaii Oahu!

Malaekahana Campground

While it might be a “no frills” campground, Malaekahana Campground is the best option for RV rentals in Hawaii, Oahu Island. It can accommodate RV’s with no hookups. RVers are free to use its restrooms and showers with their Hawaii camper rental. It features a camp store, and a food truck where you can have delicious Hawaiian meals from 8 am to 2pm daily. It also provides body board, surfboard, and SUP lessons and rentals. It might not be as luxurious as the RV Parks located in the mainland, but if you want to be just a few steps away from a beautiful beach and enjoy numerous water activities, you might want to check out Malaekahana Campground when in Oahu.

Camp Olowalu

RVers who plan to spend a few days in RV rentals in Hawaii, Maui Island have limited options. Although there are numerous state campgrounds, it would require RVers to secure a permit before camping. Camp Olowalu located 6 miles southeast of Lahaina is your best option if you want to enjoy some amenities while camping. It offers limited number of car and RV campsites with no hookups, so make your reservation beforehand for Hawaii campervan rentals. Facilities and amenities include picnic tables, portable bathrooms, outdoor showers, sinks, and drinkable water for your Hawaii camper rental. Camp Olowalu might not have a lot of amenities and facilities, but if you just want to spend the whole day relaxing or enjoying the ocean, away from the hustle and bustle of more commercialized accommodations, then Camp Olowalu is your paradise in an RV rental Hawaii Maui!

Festival and Events


Van's Pipeline Masters

Hawaii is a surfer’s paradise, and the Van's Pipeline Masters Competition held at the Banzai Pipeline in the island of Oahu annually, is one of the best and most thrilling surfing competitions in the world. Surfers from all over the world come to Oahu every December to test their surfing skills and battle against the massive waves of the ocean. You will be amazed by the skills and courage of these surfers when you rent an RV in Hawaii and come here!

Merrie Monarch Festival

One of the most anticipated and popular festivals in Hawaii, the Merrie Monarch Festival takes place every April on the Big Island. The week-long event pays tribute to King David Kalakaua, also known as the Merrie Monarch. The event begins with a big concert held on Coconut Island. The event features hula competitions participated by troupes from all over the world, hula shows, arts fair, Hō'ike performances, a Miss Aloha Hula pageant, group hula Auana & Awards, and a Merrie Monarch Royal Parade. Learn more about the culture and history of Hawaii at the Merrie Monarch Festival, then get here in an RV rental Hawaii Big Island!

One of the best vacation hotspots in the world, Hawaii is one place you should not miss visiting. It is a melting pot of numerous cultures and traditions, which make it such an interesting state. There are so many places to see and things to do in Hawaii, and booking a motorhome rental Hawaii is one way of seeing Hawaii in a different perspective. Enjoy the sun and sea in Hawaii!

Thank you for choosing RVshare for your RV rental in Hawaii!

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