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Explore Islands with an RV Rental in Western Hawaii 

While RV travel is a bit more challenging in Hawaii, travelers are well rewarded for their endeavors. It can be notoriously difficult to find an RV rental in Western Hawaii, but RVshare makes it easy for you.

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Our database allows RV owners around the world to rent out their RV to people like you, meaning we offer a diverse and affordable selection all throughout the United States. Not only will you find plenty of RV rentals in Western Hawaii by searching Oahu, but you can even find a camper rental in Kauai. Be sure to filter your results by distance, type, size, and price. Because of the infrastructure in Hawaii, it makes the most sense to get a small RV rental in Western Hawaii.

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Once you’ve selected the perfect RV rental in Western Hawaii for your needs, you’ll communicate with the owner to discuss a time and place for key pickup. During your entire trip, your purchase will be backed by our $10,000 peace of mind guarantee, and if anything goes wrong, you will also have 24/7 roadside assistance available to you.

If you’re ready to get started on planning your travels with a camper rental in Western Hawaii, read on to learn about the best sights, activities, and RV parks in Western Hawaii.

See Volcanic Islands with a Small RV Rental in Western Hawaii

Hawaii is made up of a series of more than 19 volcanic islands on the Pacific Ocean. Western Hawaii primarily consists of Kauai, the state’s westernmost major island, and the Western portion of Oahu, the state’s most populous island.

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Camp in Waimea Canyon at Koke'e State Park

Kauai is called Hawaii’s “Garden Island” for a reason. It rains often in Kauai, providing the island with plentiful, lush greenery at every turn. No other island in Hawaii has as much sand-covered coastline as Kauai, either. It is truly a natural gem.

One of the island’s most visited attractions is Waimea Canyon, also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Route 550 will take you through this magnificent canyon for 10 miles and up to an incredible viewpoint.

Koke’e State Park offers the only camping in Waimea Canyon, however, it offers very limited accommodations RVs. All vehicles must be left in the parking lot before entering the campground, which offers minimal facilities and is devoted to tent camping and lodging in their cabins. However, there is a meadow in the park that can accommodate RVs. The park offers a restaurant, bar, and retail store. You can also go pig hunting in the park.

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This is likely the only park you’ll find in Kauai that officially offers RV accommodations. Hawaii, in general, does not offer official RV parks. Sometimes you can find campgrounds, however, that can accommodate RVs. Don’t expect them to offer hookups. Again, what you’re giving up in luxuries, you’re gaining tenfold in natural wonders.

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See the Na Pali Coast of Kauai

The Na Pali coast of Kauai is another popular spot, known for its feature in the major motion picture Jurassic Park. It’s covered in miles upon miles of bright blue, perfectly remote beaches and dramatic, green-covered cliffs. If you spend some time here, you may often find that you’re the only person on the beach at any given time.

If you’re up for an adventure, leave the RV parked for a day or two and explore the trails in Na Pali Coast State Park. There is a round-trip hike of only six miles, but for a truly spectacular experience, give their overnight hike of 16 miles a go. The terrain is very difficult, but as you loop around the entire expanse of the state park, you’ll encounter wonders like no other. Beaches that you can only access by foot will be completely private and secluded for your camping, and you’ll cross through several incredible caves.

For a less remote experience, Kauai offers plenty of beaches with great swimming, snorkeling, and surfing. Hanalei, Kapa’a, and Kauai’s South Shore are all brilliant options with their own unique character.

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Oahu's Lesser Known Beaches - Leeward Coast

Over on Oahu, you’ll find plenty more tourists and a much bigger population in general, especially in the state’s bustling capital Honolulu. However, Western Oahu - known as Leeward Coast - offers some of the island’s more remote beaches and charming small towns.

Only one road on the island will get you to Oahu’s western coast, and that’s Interstate H1. This side of Oahu is surprisingly dry and much hotter than the rest of the island.

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Chill Out and Hang Ten on Makaha Beach

Makaha Beach is the best beach on this coast, and one of the best beaches in the world. It offers lots of great opportunities for outdoor recreation. You can swim, bodyboard, and surf, however, the beach is recommended only for experienced surfers.

The mountains above Makaha Beach provide ample hiking trails and area known to have some of the best views in the entire state. 

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Snorkeling and Whale-Watching in Makaha Beach

Oahu’s Leeward Coast also offers some of the best snorkeling on the island - it has both the oldest reefs and the clearest water. Make sure to be cautious in the water here and always have a lifeguard on the beach. This side of Oahu does not have the calmest waves.

You can also organize an official snorkel tour with a boating company, which will give you the chance to spot dolphins and whales. For whale-watching on shore, hike up to Ka’ena Point and enjoy the show.

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If you’re ready to get started, check out our RV rental information. your RV rental in Western Hawaii today, and get ready for a vacation you’ll never forget.

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