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Discover Lihue, HI

No journey to Kauai is complete without Lihue. It’s a cultural, historical, and commercial center of the island. As the home to Kauai’s main airport, Lihue may very well be the most traveled town on this Hawaiian Island. Lihue certainly entices with a vast array of natural wonders to explore.

When you’re on Kauai, you want to take your time and really experience The Island. There are many ways to take in the varied landscapes, however, when you rent an RV in Lihue, Hawaii, you open up a whole new world of recreation. When you make how you go and where you stay the same, you save on a whole mess of headaches. Besides, when you rent an RV, you get to experience Kauai like never before!

More Than Beautiful Beaches

While The Islands are known for their pristine coastlines, the famed beaches of Kauai are only the start. The real feast for the senses lies in Kauai’s lush landscape. It’s called The Garden Isle for a reason! This recreational haven is a true adventuring playground.

For those who love hiking - you’ll find plenty of opportunities here. It’s one of the best ways to truly discover The Island. Be sure to bring comfortable boots so you can get out and explore even farther than where your Lihue RV rental will take you. There’s a whole list of activities to enjoy with your stay on Kauai -- but take your time. Really feel The Island’s pace and do your vacation right.

Western Island Destinations

Across The Island, Kauai hosts many forested reserves, wilderness areas, and other natural wonders. Taking your Lihue camper rental across Kauai to the western coast ensures you get to see a large portion of The Island. Another 90% of Kauai isn’t accessible by standard vehicles, so your travels to these parts can also be the start to a whole new adventure!

Ke’e State Beach Park

Here, you will find a remote, pristine cove that provides dramatic Napali Coastal vistas. This piece of Hanalei, Hawaii is home to Ke’e State Beach Park, and it is a favorite destination for snorkeling, among other aquatic activities. The trails and wet caves are well-known and are a must for visitors to enjoy.

If you are a lover of beautiful sunsets, you’ll want to spend an evening out here. The colorful views are beyond spectacular, especially in these settings. It’s said that Summer is the best season to visit this part of Kauai, as the waters are calm and pleasant for swimming, which you’ll be wanting to do a lot of out here!

Napali Coast State Wilderness Park

Napali Coast of Kapaa, Hawaii is such a splendid place. Here, you can witness how time has helped shape Kauai. Deep, narrow valleys carve through the earth and end abruptly at the sea. This mountainous landscape is a picturesque location for a hiking destination. The waterfalls and multitude of flora and fauna are sure to astound. What a spectacular setting!

Waimea Canyon State Park

You’ll discover what many call the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” here. Waimea, Hawaii is home to Waimea Canyon State Park and panoramic views of crested buttes, deep valley gorges, and rugged crags. The view goes on for miles! There are so many trails to enjoy here, as well! As with many parts of Kauai, you’re welcome to hike deeper into The Island and discover more of its wonders.

Where To Stay

Now that you’ve gotten to go places with your Lihue luxury RV rental, you’re also going to want to know where to stay. Get recharged at these locations so you can get going again!

Ha’ena State Park

Ha’ena State Park is about 230 acres of picturesque settings. There are few places to park your Lihue motorhome rental during your stay, but you certainly won’t be disappointed that this is one of them. This “end of the road” destination is ever-popular with beach-related activities, as the pristine, turquoise cove provides a perfect setting for any island adventure. It’s a good thing you don’t have to settle for a stay anywhere else!

Hanamaulu Beach Park

You can also park your rental at Hanamaulu Beach Park. This is another designated area for recreational vehicles, though, it is best to always check with the County prior to parking. This will ensure there are available campsite permits. It is a quiet, calm setting 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 the night.

Back in Lihue

Before you return your Lihue RV rental by owner, be sure to enjoy a few nights out immersed in the energy of this island city. You’ll find several bars and restaurants with Island themes, such as fire dancing and hula. Lihue is a multi-cultural hub, meaning you will find a healthy mix of cuisines and cultures.

Here, you feel timeless -- don’t rush what awaits you. Exploring Kauai is easy with a Lihue start! Be captivated by your island escape and do your vacation right in an RV.

RV Rentals in Lihue, HI

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

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

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 Lihue, 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