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Discover Kapaa, HI


On the Hawaiin island of Kauai, a few miles north of Hanamaulu sits the city of Kapaa. With the Pacific Ocean on its eastern edge, the town is quite inviting. The western portion of Kapaa runs through a valley and along a mountain range, providing a diverse terrain and stunning scenery. Getting around town is pretty easy, and hitting the road is even easier. It's right on Highway 56, which goes around the entire island.

As far as the natural side of Kapaa goes, it's very similar to most of Hawaii's coastal towns. While most regions of the continental United States have beaches, mountains, or valleys, Hawaii has all of them, usually within walking distance. Bubbling volcanoes, rolling waves, and unexplored jungles await your arrival. If you're looking to discover Hawaii without the crowds, find your escape and book an RV in Kapaa today.

The Outdoors Surrounding Kapaa

Visiting Kapaa without seeing the ocean would be nearly impossible; the city has a beach within its limits. Grab the Kapaa RV rental and drive it on down to one of the several beaches nearby and soak up the warm Hawaiian sun. Snorkeling, sand castles, and sunbathing are just a few of the fun activities going on around these beaches.

Another fun place to visit is Wailua River State Park, just a few miles west of town. Bring the motorhome rental from Kapaa over to the park for loads of sightseeing and other fun opportunities. Make sure you bring binoculars in your day pack because the mountains stretch on for miles and miles. If you arrive on time, there are also boat tours that can provide a fully immersive experience of the wildlife in their natural habitats.

Rent an RV in Kapaa and head south to Lihue to visit the Lydgate State Park. It's packed with loads of fun for you and your family to set up an all-day adventure. Bring out a blanket, some food, and swimming gear for a relaxing afternoon. The water is incredibly clear here, so you might want to bring along some snorkeling gear too. One of the biggest draws for locals and tourists alike is the shallowness of the water. It doesn't get deep for many yards, so everyone gets a chance to play in the ocean waves.

RV Parks Near Kapaa

Bring the Kapaa motorhome rental over to Kumu Camp at Anahola Beach Retreat if you'd like to spend the night right on the beach. Although it's much more rustic than most campsites, the views alone make it a good place to consider setting up camp. They offer bathroom facilities, campsites, and fire pits. It's also a day beach, which means you can stop by to hang out for the day without camping overnight.

Lydgate State Park is also a campground as well as a day beach. If you find yourself really enjoying your stay, you and your family can park overnight in the travel trailer rental from Kapaa. Some of the natural amenities include star gazing without light pollution, setting up at the picnic tables, and hiking the local trails. These paths can be difficult at times, so make sure you pack enough food and water. The views are worth every step.

City Life In and Around Kapaa

Kapaa is definitely one of the smaller communities on the island of Kauai. Not many chain stores, restaurants, and markets can be found throughout the city. However, you should still be able to access a few conveniences found around town, including gas stations, cafes, and restaurants.

The local golf course in Lihue offers an incredible and unforgettable golfing experience. Spend an afternoon on the links here with the sound of crashing ocean waves in one direction and views of the towering, breathtaking mountains in the other. This 18-hole course has sets for beginner, intermediate, and expert players. There's also a pro shop worth checking out at the end of your visit.

Movies fans are in for a big surprise when touring the area with a campervan rental from Kapaa. One of the Jurassic Park movie filming locations is a short drive west near Kalaheo. Here you can set foot right where one of the world's most popular movies was filmed. You can still see the exact spots where scenes were shot, so bring a camera along and make your own version.

Kapaa invites you to explore the beautiful coastline, countless camping beaches, and jaw-dropping hikes found on the stunning island of Kauai. Nature has never been so close. Set up your itinerary, fly out to paradise, and rent an RV in Kapaa, HI.

RV Rentals in Kapaa, HI

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

There are many popular rentals in Kapaa. Outdoorsy's Kapaa 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 Kapaa 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 Kapaa, HI


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Mount Kaala Trail Waianae Hawaii
Puu O Hulu Waianae Hawaii
Hanakapi'ai Falls Trail Hanalei Hawaii
Kealia Trail Honolulu Hawaii
Hoopii Falls Trail Kapaa Hawaii
Canyon Trail to Waipoo Falls Kekaha Hawaii
Na Pali Coast (Kalalau) Trail Hanalei (Kauai) Hawaii
Ka'ena Point Trail (from South) Waianae Hawaii
Ehukai Pillboxes Haleiwa Hawaii
Ka'ena Point Via Farrington Hwy Waianae Hawaii

Nearby Campgrounds

Na Pali Coast State Park

attraction Kapaa, HI
Na pali (which means high cliffs) features beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean. These emerald cliffs rise at 4,000 feet along the shoreline, where you'll find waterfalls within a rugged terrain. It is said that this landscape has remained intact and it appears as it did centuries ago. There is no access for vehicles, and the best ways to explore this gem are by hiking, paddle boarding, kayaking, or by helicopter.

Queen's Bath

attraction Princeville, HI
Queen?s Bath is an open-air lava tube, which creates a natural spring swimming pool with caves. But this trip is for the experienced hiker and swimmer. It?s a bit of a treacherous hike and there are strong waves, but it?s well worth it. You'll be greeted with views of 20 foot waves and pristine beaches. Make sure you go during low tide.

Backpacker Hawaii

campground Princeville, HI
This enterprise offers specialized outfitted camps, for the family or romantic getaway. You can enjoy organic traditional meals, hike, and explore the virgin island forest, the Na pali coast, discover waterfalls and beautiful beaches.

Kauai Path

attraction Kapaa, HI
Explore the Coconut coast by walking, jogging or biking Kauai Path. You can bring a picnic and enjoy side paths to the ocean every mile or so. You can start in South Kapaa and make your way North to Kealia Beach, approximately 7 miles in length.

Pali Ke Kua Beach (Hideaway's Beach)

attraction Princeville, HI
After a tough hike, your reward is coming upon a secluded cove like beach. This gem is mostly hidden by palm trees and rocks. This is a perfect place to snorkeling once the tide is calm. Bring a picnic and enjoy this private beach.

Napali Coast State Wilderness Park

campground Princeville, HI
The beaches and natural environment are strictly protected here so you'll need a permit, and plan on getting one months in advance. Permits are only allowed on the Hanakoa and Kalalau sites which contain camping facilities, and can be found on the 11 mile Kalalau trail.

Nearby Parks