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Searching for a tropical paradise that’s not too far from home? Book an RV in Koloa, HI. Koloa is located on the island of Kauai, dubbed “the Garden Isle" due to the beautiful tropical rainforests covering most of the land. The Na Pali Coast features rugged cliffs and towering pinnacles. This gorgeous landscape has been the backdrop for many Hollywood films. Golfers from around the world come to Koloa for the greens at the Poipu Bay Golf Course.

Koloa is the home of the first successful Hawaiian sugar plantation. Founded in 1835, the plantation eventually became incorporated into Grove Farm in 1948. Old Koloa Town is a picturesque area that stretches all the way to South Shore. Learn about the history of the Old Sugar Mill, shop the specialty stores and boutiques, and enjoy the natural beauty of the native setting.

The Great Outdoors

You’ll be literally surrounded by natural wonders and tropical paradise when you’re in the Koloa, HI rental RV. The Poipu Beach Park has on-duty lifeguards and is a popular place for swimming, snorkeling, surfing, shelling and sunbathing.

Spouting Horn Park is a must see! Rising above the crashing waves of the rocky coastline, the Spouting Horn geyser shoots up in a spectacular display. Formations like this were created by waves eroding the lava rocks to create narrow openings for steam and hot water to escape.

Take the Koloa RV rental about 25 miles to Waimea Canyon State Park and you won’t be disappointed. Called the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” the gorge stretches 10 miles and is 3,600 feet deep. Hiking trails snake through the canyon and the area is excellent for hunting. Be sure to see the stunning views at Pu’u ka Pele and Pu’u Hinahina lookouts.

If you want to do some camping with your Koloa camper rental, head out to N?pali Coast State Wilderness Park in Kapaa. The Na Pali cliffs tower 4,000 feet in the air. From their peaks, you can see lush waterfalls and an epic panorama of the Pacific Ocean and the Kalalau Valley.

Another great place to camp in your Koloa rental RV is K?ke?e State Park in Kekaha. It’s a popular hiking destination with seven major trails to choose from. The Koke’e Natural History Museum has great exhibits as well as trail information and maps of the park. Each year, the park hosts a festival to honor Queen Emma of Hawaii in October. The Makauwahi Cave is another must see. It’s the largest Hawaiian limestone cave. Fossils of prehistoric flora and fauna can be found inside. Plus, the park offers tours throughout the week.

RV Parks

There are lots of beautiful places to park and stay in your RV rental near Koloa. Salt Pond Park can be quite the retreat. There is a designated camping area on the left side of the park. Amenities include pavilions and picnic tables as well as comfort stations and cold showers.

Take the Koloa rental motorhome just down the road for more camping at Lucy Wright Park. The park is located right where the Waimea River meets the ocean. The brackish waters make for excellent surfing. You can drive the Koloa rental camper across the way to Hanamaulu Beach Park as well. It’s a popular place for fishing, swimming, snorkeling and surfing.

Haena Beach Park is another place for camping. There are ample campsites across Haena Dry Cave. The park also has comfort stations, cold showers and picnic tables for guests to use. If you’re looking to do some camping in your Koloa travel trailer rental on the weekend or a holiday, then check out Hanalei Beach Park. Do some sunbathing on the beach or get out in the water for swimming, snorkeling and shelling in the shallows.

Anini Park is another option. The area’s waters feature a protected reef that’s perfect for snorkeling and swimming. There are also pavilions and picnic tables as well as cold showers and comfort stations.

Exploring the City

You’ll be in paradise in Koloa, with much beauty and wonder to explore. Allerton Garden, known as L?wa?i-kai to the natives, is a beautiful botanical garden featuring rainforests and tropical species.

For speed, thrills and stunning views you can zipline around Koloa and the rest of the island. There are several museums and galleries on the island to peruse like the Art House and the Latitudes Fine Art Gallery. There are plenty of specialty stores, antique shops and boutiques sprinkled across the island.

Wailua Falls are breathtaking and in Koloa, you won’t be far from some great eats, especially Hawaiian barbeque. There are also several places to grab a drink or go for late night entertainment. Make your next vacation one you will never forget and grab an RV rental in Koloa today.


RV Rentals in Koloa, HI

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

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

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Nearby to Koloa 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 Koloa, HI

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Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

Lydgate Beach

attraction None, HI
You can find a safe place to swim, snorkel and explore marine creatures. There are two rock enclosed ponds, which create natural pools where small reef tropical fish tend to visit. The beaches have a lifeguard, and make it the perfect atmosphere for beginners to learn snorkeling.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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Recommendations for Koloa, 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 4, 2019