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Discover Waialua, HI

Aloha! People visit Hawaii every year but few get to experience all the beauty, culture, and atmosphere that Hawaii has to offer because they stay cooped up in their fancy resorts. Choosing to book an RV in Waialua is the true way to get the full Hawaii experience and have a vacation that you will remember for the rest of your life. There’s nothing better than exploring one of the most beautiful places in the world with the mobility to see anything you want. You can park the Waialua rental RV and make use of Hawaii’s appropriately titled transportation system TheBus, that will get you to many of the popular attractions around the island. When you stay in Waialua, you can visit the nearby sister town of Haleiwa, only 10 minutes away. If you are interested in having a more vibrant tourist-friendly experience, travel down to Oahu, about 15 miles to the southeast, or head to the capital of Honolulu, just 30 miles to the southeast. Whatever you do, rent an RV in Waialua and embark on a spectacular journey.

The Great Outdoors

A visit to Hawaii has a certain signature aspect to it that doesn’t need to be mentioned. The beaches of Hawaii are absolutely stunning with their crystal clear waters, and there's a lot more to see when you take a trip with an RV rental in Waialua.

Head over to Aweoweo Beach Park and enjoy this beautiful tropical beach. The water is so clear that you could catch the sight of some dolphins or a giant sea turtle. Kaiaka Beach Park gives you a different vibe and makes for a great spot to relax and enjoy nature. With its interesting rock formations, this is a nice spot for a pleasant stroll. You will also want to drive the Waialua motorhome rental by Haleiwa Beach Park and catch a spectacular sunset. This beach has great waves, beautiful vegetation and interesting natural features. Another awesome beach in Waialua is Mokul?‘ia Beach, with its super relaxing atmosphere.

There’s more to see than just beaches around Waialua, like the dynamic trails that allow you to slowly soak in the natural beauty of Hawaii. Drive over to the Kauai Path and enjoy the paved trails and brilliant views of the island as well as its local creatures.

Head up to the mountains and walk the Sleeping Giant Trail, where you will find 3.6 miles of moderate trail. The high elevation views will fuse a new happy place into your mind. Hawaii has many waterfalls to see and the Ho’olalaea Waterfall is an excellent place to start. It’s definitely worth the time to pull the Waialua camper rental over, park it, and enjoy.

While you are in the area, you should also check out Wailua River State Park for the greener side of Hawaii; it’s the perfect spot for a boat tour where you can check out some more waterfalls.

Renting an RV in Waialua lets you explore all the beauty of Hawaii and take some pictures that could revolutionize social media.

RV Parks

Naturally, being a cluster of islands in the middle of the sea, you wouldn’t expect Hawaii to have a thriving RV park market. Sadly this is true, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t an abundance of campgrounds where you can set up and enjoy Waialua on your own terms.

Camp Mokuleia is an expansive campground with sites for rent, and gives you a relaxing spot to base your vacation. Well away from tourists and only about 10 minutes from Waialua, enjoy the culture and beauty of Hawaii in a real natural atmosphere.

For an upgrade in amenities, head over to Malaekahana Beach Campground, a 30-minute drive from Waialua, in Kahuku. This spot has a camp store with useful items and souvenirs along with rentals for many of the water activities in the area.

You could also try Bellows Field Beach Park for a great stay by the beach. With equipment rentals, a mini market, and local fast food, this spot in pretty solid. You won’t find places with all the RV hookups on the island but renting an RV in Waialua is still the best way to make the most out of your experience and many lodging options aren’t any better when it comes to amenities.

Explore The City

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know there’s tons to see and do when you rent an RV in Waialua. Beyond nature, there’s plenty of culture to explore and mold into your vacation. Head over to Smith’s Tropical Paradise and enjoy the gorgeous botanical gardens, walking paths, and cap it all off with a traditional luau.

Kauai Backcountry Adventures is an excellent way to get off the beach and enjoy the tropics of Hawaii as you kayak or tube down the rivers. While you are in the area, check out Kauai’s Hindu Monastery for its interesting architecture and to learn more about the local culture.

Make sure you also stop by Kamokila Hawaiian Village for a real taste of traditional hawaiian living. The food is spectacular, the views are amazing, and the beaches are gorgeous. Taking a vacation with a motorhome rental in Waialua is something that should be on everyone’s bucket list.

RV Rentals in Waialua, HI

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

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

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

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.

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.

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.

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