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Wishing your next vacation could be both exciting and relaxing? Make your vacation wishes come true and book an RV in Kailua. The Hawaiian city is located on the east coast of Oahu, the third largest island in the state. Kailua is a contraction of the Hawaiian words for “two” and “sea water”, which translates to “two seas” or “two currents”. The city takes it names from the two currents that flow through beautiful Kailua Bay. The city is a tranquil and gorgeous place to stay. In fact, it was the home of the winter White House during Barack Obama’s presidency.

Kailua has a rich commercial district, with specialty shops and excellent restaurants to try. When you’re in the rental RV in Kailua, you’ll be only 12 miles from Honolulu, the state capital and largest city in Hawaii, and 25 miles from Oahu (the city). Plus, the Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH) is located five miles north of Kailua, near Mokapu.

The Great Outdoors

With a rental motorhome near Kailua, HI, you’ll be central to fun, sun and the great outdoors. The Kailua Beach Park is one of the most popular places in the area for its warm turquoise waters and pristine white sands. The park is a popular place to ride the waves with a boogie board, go for a swim or snorkel in the warm ocean waters, or explore the shores with a kayak. The park also has restrooms, beach showers, and picnic tables.

Another great place to check out while you’ve got the Kailua travel trailer rental is Lanikai Beach, and it’s just next door. It’s considered the most beautiful beach on Oahu and one of the best in the world. The name translates to “Heavenly Ocean”, a very fitting description. It’s a great place for sunbathing and building sandcastles. Get out on the water with a surf or boogie board. The water is perfect for swimming or snorkeling. You can even sign up for a two-hour kayak tour of the Mokulua Islands.

Nature lovers ought to take the Kailua RV rental out to the Kawainui Marsh. The park is home to the largest spread of wetlands on the islands and it covers more than 800 acres. The marshlands are lush floating gardens, providing respite to migratory birds and a home to other native creatures. The park features a paved hiking trail which takes travelers on a three-mile trek through the marsh.

Visit Maunawili Falls while you’re in the Kailua camper rental and you won’t be disappointed. Below the Pali Cliffs in the Maunawili Valley are the crashing waters of the falls. To reach them, you’ll have to follow the two-mile Maunawili Falls Trail. Traverse tree roots and use stepping stones to cross streams. At the end of the trail is a true Hawaiian oasis with a beautiful waterfall and idyllic mountain pool. Enjoy the beauty of the water from afar or jump in and go for a swim.

RV Parks

There are many places to stay while you’ve got the rental RV in Kailua. Bellows Field Beach Park Campground is one of the options. The campground is right on the beach with spacious sites, comfort stations, outdoor showers and two lifeguard towers to patrol the swimming area.

You could also stay at the Malaekahana Beach Campground with the Kailua rental motorhome. The campsites are spacious, with picnic tables, water spouts and fire pits for guests to use. The North Shore beach is a popular place to do some swimming, paddling, snorkeling, surfing and more. Sites are limited and they fill up fast, so booking ahead is highly recommended.

Another place you can stay with the Kailua rental RV is at Kahua Lehua Campsites. There are only a few campsites and a small bathroom facility, but the surrounding area is gorgeous. Plus the park is close to many popular area attractions, including the Kalihi Ice Ponds and Kaneohe Bay. The Kahua Nui-Makai Campsites aren’t too far away. The campsites are lush but limited. There is a three-day max stay, and booking ahead is recommended. The park is also close to the Ho?omaluhia Botanical Garden and the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.

Exploring the City

You’ll find much to see and do while you’ve got the RV rental in Kailua. There are bountiful beautiful beaches all around the city and neighboring areas. Many are perfect for watersports while others are more tranquil and relaxing. Take the Lanikai Pillbox Hike along Kaiwa Ridge and explore the old military bunkers.

For local and fresh produce, as well as quality handmade goods, check out the weekly Kailua Farmers’ Market. There are also dozens of delicious restaurants and food vendors selling island staples and unique treats.

The best way to see the city is on a Segway, bike or paddling tour. You can do all this and more when you book an RV rental in Kailua, HI.

RV Rentals in Kailua, HI

Kailua, HI is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Kailua. Outdoorsy's Kailua RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Kailua are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Diamond Head Crater Park, Round Top Forest Reserve, Honolulu Watershed Forest Reserve, Koko Head Park, and Makapu‘u Point State Wayside.

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What's around Kailua, HI

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Haiku Stairs (Stairway To Heaven) from Kuneki St. [CLOSED] Honolulu Hawaii
Diamond Head (Le'ahi) Summit Trail Honolulu Hawaii
Makapu'u Point Lighthouse Trail (Kaiwi) Honolulu Hawaii
Aiea Loop Trail Aiea Hawaii
Koko Crater Trail Honolulu Hawaii
Manoa Falls Trail Honolulu Hawaii
Maunawili Falls Trail Kailua Hawaii
Lulumahu Falls Trail Honolulu Hawaii
Kaiwa Ridge (Pillbox) Trail Kailua Hawaii
Kuliouou Ridge Trail Honolulu Hawaii

Nearby Campgrounds

Kaiaka Bay Beach Park

campground Haleiwa, HI
A park located on a peninsula with no major street nearby, you'll have much tranquility while you listen to the sounds of the beach. This 53 acre beach park offers plenty of space to relax, play ball, or have a picnic. You'll have scenic views of the Waianae Mountains and you can marvel at the giant stone mushroom or otherwise known as the balancing rock, legend has it that it floated ashore.

Waimea Bay

attraction Haleiwa, HI
If you?re looking for big waves this is perhaps one of the most iconic spots. When surfing was starting to pick up in the 1950s, the surfers would come to Waimea to challenge the waves. Located close to downtown Haileiwa, you can buy food and have a picnic here or enjoy a culinary experience from the food trucks.

Papa?iloa Beach

attraction None, HI
Known as the ?Lost? beach, since part of the series was shot here, your eyes will be filled with scenic landscapes. This long white-sand beach has shallow reef lines much of the coastline, so it is not a prime beach to go swimming, but this makes it a quiet beach. You can watch sea turtles, and if you?re into surfing, check out the off shore surfing spots known as the Himalayas.

Camp Mokule`ia

campground Waialua, HI
Mokule`ia means ?a place of abundance?. During your stay here you'll have an abundance of activities to choose from, wonderful food and plenty of rest. You'll enjoy an oceanfront, which is home to sea turtles and seals. This beach is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, or relaxing while watching the rising and setting of the sun. Within reach are trails, a nature reserve and you can try your hand at skydiving, gliding, and horseback riding.

Sunset Beach Park

campground Haleiwa, HI
Another beautiful quiet beach of the North Shore, where you can bask in the sun, enjoy the big waves and watch wildlife, the annual Van's Triple Crown of Surfing event takes place here, which draws a lot of crowds and there are much activities around this time, but otherwise it?s a prime spot for relaxing.

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