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Discover Kauai, HI

As the oldest of the Hawaiian islands, Kaua’i has been carved over centuries. Deep emerald valleys, jagged cliff sides, and inspiring mountainsides all hold the rich culture that has sparked between The Islands. Time has formed lush rainforests with water flowing abound. Kaua’i is just the start of island paradise, but it’s a destination for adventures that you may never wish to stop.

Dramatic beauty and a devoted, rich culture are found throughout all the small towns on Kaua’i, helping to keep this getaway truly timeless. Beyond the towns, Kaua’i is always calling out to have more join in with The Island energy. Kayak through rivers, snorkel along beaches, and hike along trails - the list is a long one for this journey.

When you book an RV in Kaua’i, you open up a whole new world to your island adventure! You no longer have to settle for just one small section. Take in The Island like you’re supposed to! This is not the place to rush, so get savvy with your vacation time.

Journey To The Island’s Northern Beaches

Scenic, wild, and at the “end of the road”, H?’ena State Park is about 230 acres of picturesque settings. There are few places to park your Kaua’i RV rental during your stay, but you certainly won’t be disappointed that this is one of them.

Come here to witness ancient sea caves that formed well over 4,000 years ago and enjoy the spectacular Napali Coast, where you can fish along the shore or go swimming at Ke’e Beach. This Kapaa, Hawaii destination is ever-popular with beach-related activities, as the pristine, turquoise cove provides the perfect setting. It’s a good thing you don’t have to settle for a stay anywhere else.

Follow The Main Road

While there are not as many places to stay on The Island in your Kaua’i camper rental, you’ll find that you won’t run out of places to go. Some areas of Kaua’i are only accessible via air or sea,  so be prepared to employ multiple modes of transportation during your trip to get the most out of your island experience. However, at least when you rent an RV, you eliminate the need for added expenses - hotel stays and renting a vehicle to get around. You have the best of both!

The main road of Kaua’i, Kuhio highway, will take you teasingly close to The Island’s edges, where many other stops are worth making before coming across where to park your RV next. Stop in Kilauea to see the well-noted lighthouse and make a day of immersing yourself in the splendor of the Botanical Gardens and Sculpture Park.

As you continue following the road south with your Kaua’i camper rental, you’ll come across several beach parks that pepper the coast. Feel free to stop in at any, however, don’t plan on making this your night’s stay - there’s just a little farther to go!

What’s Next On Kaua’i

Follow up your coastal adventures with a trip to Lydgate State Park. Along the Lihue coastline, Lydgate State Park is a family-friendly stop with popular areas for swimming, snorkeling, camping and more. The beautiful tree-lined beach makes the perfect setting for a late afternoon. There are man-made swimming ponds where you will see a variety of tropical fish as you snorkel through the calm waters.

While you can’t park your Kaua’i motorhome rental here, you’ll find a pristine playground for all ages. Full facilities and picnic areas are provided, lifeguards watch over the ponds and beach, and the Kamalani Playground makes for a perfect way to get out some energy. What a great choice for the whole family!

Round out the evening 10 minutes south and park your rental at Hanamaulu Beach Park. Here is the second area designated for recreational vehicles, though, it is best to always check with the County prior to parking to ensure availability of campsite permits. Quiet, calm and only minutes away from center Lihue. You’ll easily be able to stock up on any necessities, dine in style, or visit the theater before ending your night, falling asleep to the sound of waves.

Kaua’i For The Daring

The western side of The Island is much more lush, rugged, and mountainous. Inland is where you will find Waimea’s “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” - Waimea Canyon State Park. It’s a deep, colorful gorge with a spectacular viewpoint of Ni’hau Island. Enjoy a short nature trail and picnicking here, as well as seasonal fishing and hunting.

Koke'e, Milolii, and Nualolo Kai State Parks are found on this side of The Island, as well as quite a few others. You’ll also come across multiple Natural Reserves and Wilderness Parks which are what help keep this side so pristine and perfect. However, you won’t be able to take any sort of RV rental out this way with plans on parking. Luckily, in the case of Waimea, you’re only about an hour drive from center Lihue.

Island Paradise

With such a beautifully green, gorgeous island such as Kaua’i, you can’t help but be drawn in. You’re going to want to be immersed in nature as much as possible before returning your Kaua’i RV rental by owner. Here, you feel timeless, and it all starts when you set yourself up for experiencing Kaua’i the right way.

Don’t rush! Discover parts you have never known and become captivated by the undeniable allure here. Make your island escape to Kauai!

RV Rentals in Kauai, HI

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

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

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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Recommendations for Kauai, HI from Outdoorsy Owners

A great family-friendly area with lots of good hiking trails, sight-seeing and good times.

Dog-friendly Hiking Fishing Kid-friendly Historic Sightseeing
Nov 5, 2019