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Popularly known as “The Valley Isle,” Maui is the second-largest island in the Hawaii archipelago. Renowned for its world-famous beaches and incredible whale watching during the winter, the island also boasts of one of the most visited parks in the whole of Hawaii, the Haleakala National Park. As an outdoor enthusiast, Maui has probably been on your bucket list for quite a while. Cure your wanderlust by flying over to Maui for a motorhome camping excursion. Upon landing, hop right into your Kula camper rental and drive into paradise.

Renting an RV in Maui is a great idea, as then you’ll be able to hop from a campground to another across the island. When camping in an RV rental near Haleakala National Park, you’ll be able to get access to numerous beaches around the island. If you’re a culture seeker keen on meeting new people and giving Hawaiian food a try, the towns of Kahului, Kihei, and Paia are just a few kilometers away. Since the island is fairly small, getting to further towns on the island’s western shores such as Kapalua and Kailuha won’t be a problem. Search for an RV in Maui County and cross the enchanting place of Maui off your bucket list.

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Getting Outdoors

Depending on your fitness levels, there are lots of hiking trails to try out when camping in a rental motorhome at Haleakala National Park. To stretch your legs or enjoy some fresh air, give the 0.4 miles Pa Ka‘oao Trail a try. It will take just a couple of minutes to get up the crater from the visitor’s center parking lot. Alternatively, consider the Leleiwi Overlook, a less-trafficked 0.5-mile long trail that offers great views of the sunrise. Be sure to bring lots of water, bug spray, and hats.

If you’re an avid hiker keen to cover loads of miles, coupled up with some bird viewing along the way, there are a couple of trails to consider. Sitting in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is one of the most isolated landmasses in the World. That means that most of the birds you’ll see are native to Hawaii. The legendary Kaupo Gap is hands down the most extreme trail in the national park. The 17.5-mile trail takes hikers through Paliku, the most remote corner of the crater. The grueling but memorable hike offers bird watchers the chance to spot various birds such as apapane and amakihi.

After an arduous hike, reward yourself with a swim in some of the finest beaches in the World. Should you be into photography, Makena Beach is a must-visit. Did you know that Makena Beach is the most photographed beach in the whole of Hawaii? Situated a stone throw away from Paia on the northern shores of the island, Baldwin Beach is an awesome beach if the whole family tagged along. Referred to as ‘Baby Beach,’ the western side of the beach is protected from the waves, making for a great pool for kids. The middle section of the beach is reserved for the confident swimmers while the eastern side is the place to be for some sunbathing or a relaxing swim.

Camping at Haleakala National Park

Since there aren’t that many RV’s in Hawaii, the campgrounds usually don’t feature hookups for your travel trailer. Sitting close to the Haleakala National Park Summit Entrance, the remote Hosmer Grove Campground is worth checking out if you intend to do some hiking in the park. Pets are also allowed in the back-in sites.

The Kipahulu Campground is also situated within Haleakala National Park. There are no hookups, but campers have access to restrooms and running water. Cell reception is good, and pets are allowed. Picnic tables are also provided. The town of Hana is just a few miles away in case you need to make a grocery run or just a quick trip into town.

Exploring the Area

Apart from stunning beaches and superb hiking opportunities, Maui still has lots to offer. Attempting the Road to Hana is probably one of the most enjoyable activities you can do without leaving your rental RV. The immensely beautiful 65-mile route enables guests to take a glimpse of some of the most surreal scenery on the island. From sheer cliff sides to taro patches and lush rainforest, this drive will surely make its way to your list of memorable drives.

When camping with an RV at Haleakala National Park, you’ve got to experience the Hawaiian luau at least once. The luau is a traditional Hawaiian party with lots of eating and dancing. Having originated from the Ancient times of Polynesia, you’ll be treated to local delicacies alongside cultural music and Polynesian dancing.

Try something new by signing up for surfing classes at the Kaanapali Surf School. The popular beach is known for subtle and consistent waves, perfect for first-timers! Ah, yes. Nothing can match the exhilarating feeling of catching your first wave.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Leleiwi Overlook Trail, HIHaleakalā National Park, HI
  • Silversword Loop Via Halemau'u Trail, HIHaleakalā National Park, HI
  • Halemau'u Haleakala Overlook Trail, HIHaleakalā National Park, HI
  • Sliding Sands Trail, HIPolipoli Spring State Recreation Area, HI
  • Keonehe'ehe'e Trail, HIHaleakalā National Park, HI
  • Ka Lu'u o ka O'o Cinder Cone Via Crater and Sliding Sands Trails [CLOSED], HIHaleakalā National Park, HI
  • Pa Ka'oao Trail, HIKula, HI
  • Pa ka'oao Trail (White Hill Trail), HIHaleakalā National Park, HI
  • Halalai'i and Pu'unaue Trail, HIHaleakalā National Park, HI
  • Into Haleakala Crater Trail via Sliding Sands, HIHaleakalā National Park, HI

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