Pop Up RV Rentals in Hawaii

1-14 Pop Up RV Rentals
Four Wheel Camper Fleet Camper
2022 Pop-up Camper

Four Wheel Camper Fleet Camper

Sleeps 4 18.0ft
84.3 miles from Hawaii
(3)
$200 /night
Honda Honda Passport
2021 Pop-up Camper

Honda Honda Passport

Sleeps 4 16.0ft
88.4 miles from Hawaii
(1)
$115 /night
Lexus RS 350 AWD Roofnest Falcon
2014 Pop-up Camper

Lexus RS 350 AWD Roofnest Falcon

Sleeps 4 18.0ft
89.7 miles from Hawaii
(6)
$99 /night
Jeep Gladiator Rubicon
2023 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

Sleeps 4 12.0ft
89.7 miles from Hawaii
(1)
$149 /night
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara
2015 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara

Sleeps 4 13.0ft
89.7 miles from Hawaii
(8)
$139 /night
Nissan Pathfinder Roofnest AWD
2016 Pop-up Camper

Nissan Pathfinder Roofnest AWD

Sleeps 4 18.0ft
89.7 miles from Hawaii
(1)
$129 /night
ALiner Sport Sport with Toilet
2012 Pop-up Camper

ALiner Sport Sport with Toilet

Sleeps 2 12.0ft
88.5 miles from Hawaii
$177 /night
Nissan Roofnest Pathfinder AWD
2016 Pop-up Camper

Nissan Roofnest Pathfinder AWD

Sleeps 4 18.0ft
89.7 miles from Hawaii
$129 /night
Jeep Thule Tepui Wrangler
2019 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Thule Tepui Wrangler

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
88.5 miles from Hawaii
New Listing New Listing
$149 /night
Jeep Thule Tepui Wrangler
2018 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Thule Tepui Wrangler

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
88.5 miles from Hawaii
New Listing New Listing
$149 /night
Jeep Thule Tepui Wrangler
2017 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Thule Tepui Wrangler

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
88.5 miles from Hawaii
New Listing New Listing
$149 /night
Jeep Thule Tepui Wrangler
2016 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Thule Tepui Wrangler

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
88.5 miles from Hawaii
New Listing New Listing
$149 /night
Jeep Wrangler Thule Tepui Pop Up Camper
2016 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Wrangler Thule Tepui Pop Up Camper

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
88.5 miles from Hawaii
New Listing New Listing
$149 /night
Thule Tepui Jeep Wrangler
2016 Pop-up Camper

Thule Tepui Jeep Wrangler

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
88.5 miles from Hawaii
New Listing New Listing
$149 /night
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Best National Parks Near Hawaii

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is home to two of the most famous volcanoes in the world, one of which erupted in 2018. The park offers such activities as stargazing and after-dark talks. Along with the chance to take in the lush and fascinating scenery, the park is situated near several towns, which provides ample opportunity for shopping and dining. 

Haleakalā National Park is on the island of Maui and covers over 30,000 acres of land. The diversity of the terrain is enough to inspire wonder as it ranges from waterfalls near the coast of Hana to red rock deserts. In-park activities include guided tours, horseback riding, and stargazing. 

Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park is a remarkable national park where you can get insight into Kona law that was practiced hundreds of years ago. There are sites where those that were pardoned for crimes under Kona law would spend the rest of their lives, as well as where priests lived. It is also a fantastic location to enjoy tidal pools.

Popular State Parks Near Hawaii

Akaka Falls State Park is located on the Big Island and is about 11 miles north of Hilo. It features breathtaking scenery and waterfalls. For non-residents, there is a small parking fee.

Hāpuna Beach State Recreation Area is one of the destination beaches for families on the Big Island. If you are ready for a break from all the black sand beaches of Hawaii, you can put your feet on the luxurious white sand at this well-known spot. It is an easy destination for larger vehicles and hiking opportunities abound as the park connects to the Kahakai Trail. 

Makena State Park is located on the island of Maui. There are three miles of beaches to explore and a 360-foot dormant cinder cone volcano. The park is 20 miles south of Kahului and is a great spot for a day splashing around in the water. 

Must-see Monuments and Landmarks Near Hawaii

The Pearl Harbor National Monument is located in Honolulu and honors the 2,388 sailors and Marines who lost their lives during the attack on December 7, 1941. This monument commemorates that fateful day with a 184-foot memorial. 

Also worth a view is the Captain Cook Monument, a structure dedicated to the first Westerner to set sight on the islands.  

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks & Campgrounds

  • Wai'anapanapa State Park – Located on the island of Maui, this campground offers restrooms, picnic facilities, and barbecues for grilling. There are no RV hookups as is the norm in Hawaii.

  • Malaekahana Beach Campground – This campground is located in Oahu and has an area for picnicking on a gorgeous beach. There are no RV hookups, but there are showers, bathrooms, kayak rentals, plenty of parking, and a store. 

  • Namakanipaio Campground – This campground is located right in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. It makes for an excellent area for exploration, and there are bathrooms as well as potable water. 

RV Dump Stations Near Hawaii
The heat in Hawaii can be unbearable at times, which is why many dump stations offer portable water. You can fill your water bottles after emptying your tank.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting a Popup RV Near Hawaii

How do I correctly set up and take down a popup camper rental, and what kind of tools or equipment do I need?

Setting up and taking down a popup camper rental typically requires a few basic tools, including a rubber mallet, wheel chocks, and a few different sized wrenches. The process will vary based on the specific model, but typically involves locating and extending the stabilizer jacks, popping up the roof, extending the sidewalls, and connecting any necessary hoses and cables. Be sure to follow any instructions provided by the owner and ask for assistance if you are unsure about any aspect of the setup.

Can I rent a popup camper in Hawaii without a vehicle capable of towing it, and if so, what are my options for renting a towing vehicle?

Standard passenger sedans typically able to tow popup campers that weigh less than 1,500 pounds. Heavier duty vehicles, such as 4x4 SUVs, can usually tow a heavier popup. If you are unable to tow, another option is to have the popup campered delivered to your campsite. The RVshare owner will bring it to the campground and set up for you, then tow it away after your trip is over.

Are there any special driving considerations or techniques I should know when towing a popup camper rental in Hawaii?

When towing a popup camper rental, it's important to practice safe driving techniques and be aware of your surroundings. You may need to adjust your driving speed and distance from other vehicles to account for the additional weight and length. It's also important to make sure the camper rental is properly secured and level before hitting the road.

What kind of amenities can I expect in a popup camper rental, and how do they compare to other RV rentals in Hawaii?

Popup camper rentals typically offer a range of amenities and features, including comfortable sleeping quarters, kitchen appliances and supplies, and on-board storage options. While they may be more compact than other RV rentals, they often offer a more affordable and flexible option for travelers who want to explore the outdoors.

Can I bring my bedding and linens to use in the popup camper rental, and what kind of storage options are available for these items?

Many RVshare owners will provide bedding and linens for the popup camper rental, but you can certainly bring your own if you prefer. There are typically storage compartments and cubbies located throughout the interior of the camper rental for storing personal items.

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

Discuss your particular campsite with the RV owner to determine if leveling and stabilizing will be necessary. To properly level and stabilize a popup camper rental, you will need a few basic tools, including leveling blocks, wheel chocks, and a bubble level. The process will vary based on the specific model, but typically involves leveling the camper rental side-to-side using the leveling blocks and adjusting the front-to-back level using the tongue jack.

What weather conditions should I know when renting a popup camper in Hawaii, and how can I prepare for them?

Depending on where you are renting the popup camper, you may need to prepare for a range of different weather conditions. It's important to check the forecast before heading out and be prepared with appropriate clothing and gear for any potential weather events. You should also take steps to protect the camper rental from high winds, rain, and other elements by properly securing it and using any available window covers or awnings.

Can I bring my outdoor equipment or appliances to use with the popup camper rental, such as a portable grill or camping chairs?

Yes, you can certainly bring your own outdoor equipment and appliances to use with the popup camper rental. However, be sure to check with the RVshare owner beforehand to make sure there is enough space to store your items and that they are safe to use with the camper rental.

What kind of maintenance or upkeep do I need to perform on the exterior and interior of a popup camper rental during my rental period?

The maintenance and upkeep required for a popup camper is handled by the RV owner. Handle the camper with care and return it in the condition you received it.

Are there any unique features or amenities available in popup camper rentals that may not be found in other RVs in Hawaii?

Popup camper rentals are light and easier to tow than most other towable trailers, making them easier to bring along on your trips, and typically meaning your own vehicle should be able to tow them.