5 Best Camper & RV Rentals Hawaii

Recreational Vehicle camping provides stunning views, privacy, and fascinating history throughout the state. Public lands as well as exclusive Motor Home parks and also campgrounds provide a wide range of camping centers from full service Motor Home connection camping sites to remote primitive camping (boondocking) areas throughout Hawaii.  Perfect for those who are looking to rent an RV.

You can secure free Hawaii Motor Home outdoor camping area ideas from the USFS (USDA Woodland Solution) Ranger Districts. US Military Corps of Engineers (USACE) also has some free Motor Home outdoor camping facilities. Boondocking as well as Spread Outdoor camping has more info regarding exactly how to locate the very best Recreational Vehicle camping sites on public lands.

Best RV Rentals in Hawaii


1995 Ford E150 Chariot Hi Top Conversion

Price: 125$ per night
Pet Friendly? No
Length: 14 feet
Sleeps: 2

Want to cruise the beautiful landscapes of Maui?

Need a perfect sized RV for you and your significant other?

Look no further!

Here is a look inside:

This machine is the perfect escape from the everyday fast paced lifestyle we all live in.

Very easy to drive and park is the perfect combo for new renters!

Don’t just take our word for it.

Here is what one customer said about this camper:

Joshua has been really friendly, helpful and patient with us since we had some trouble booking the van. He even picked us up the airport! The van was absolutly lovely and you really felt home. We didn't had any trouble and got around safe. And it had all the camping/snorkling gear you needed for a good time on the island. I would really recommend it to everyone!

2000 GMC Safari – Kahului

Price: 129$ per night
Pet Friendly? No
Length: 16 feet
Sleeps: 2

Here is a bare bones RV perfect for those who love the outdoors.

Surfers welcomed!

Here is a look at the interior:

Perfect for new renting couples who are vacationing in Hawaii.

Easy to use and great owners adds up for a great time!

Amenities included along with rental.

Here is what one customer said about this camper:

Great van, fun to drive around the island. Difficult for two people to sleep comfortably in, but a fun experience nonetheless. The van had some quirks like the gas gauge and the rear window not working. It came with everything you need to rough it around Maui, including sheets, pillows, sleeping pads, cooler, plates/utensils, beach chairs, etc. Overall, a fun way to experience the island!

2015 Chevrolet City Express LS

Price: 89$ per night
Pet Friendly? No
Length: 18 feet
Sleeps: 2

The 2015 Chevy City Express is the perfect RV for your next adventure.

Very new and clean so you wont have to worry about being uncomfortable.

Here is a look at the interior:

This Class B is the perfect starting RV for new renters.

Perfect for day trips from vacationers or week long excursions for couples and friends alike.

Here is what one customer said about this camper:

Had so much fun with this little van! No issues on the road to Hana or to up to the Haleakala crater, very good on gas. The Maui guidebook was a great resource and the guest book too. It was enough space for myself, doubled up on sleeping pads and blankets/ sleeping bags were warm enough for a night at Hosmer campground. Thanks to all the drivers before who left bits and pieces like sunscreen, stove, paper towels etc. It all came very handy. And thank you to Dennis and Cassandra!

2014 Nissan Xterra

Price: 98$ per night
Pet Friendly? No
Length: 15 feet
Sleeps: 4

This 2014 Nissan Xterra is perfect for vacationing families that want a night under the stars

Easy to drive and can go almost anywhere!

Here is a look inside:

Comes with a lot including snorkel gear!

Easy set up and take down for a stress free rent.

Here is what one customer said about this camper:

The tent and bedding were comfortable and clean and the XTerra was great for getting around in. The tent on top automatically folds up and down and you can just leave the bedding inside, which makes for quick packing up if you want to move camp or head into town. Cole was super friendly and offered lots of suggestions. I would definitely rent this vehicle again! Comes with cook stove, cooking gear, chairs, and an extra tent and inflatable mattress.

Gypsea – 1975 Volkswagen Camper Van

Price: 200$ per night
Pet Friendly? No
Length: 14 feet
Sleeps: 4

Here is a classic van made camper that is sure to catch your eye.

The 1975 VW Camper Van is the coolest fit for your next outdoor adventure

Here’s a look inside:

An old van that brings a classic look to camping.

Must be 25 years or older to rent.

Manuel transmission!

Here is what one customer said about this camper:

My girlfriend surprised me by renting Gypsea during our recent trip to Maui. What a wonderful car!! I've owned various Beetles and even a Type 3 Vw Squareback but never owned or ever driven a Volkswagen Bus. Sure she was slow going uphill and sometimes took a few tries to pop into 2nd gear but that’s part of her charm. Her brakes squeaked at times but stops on a dime and her windshield wipers worked perfect when we encountered a bit of rain driving around. What a truly enjoyable time we had parked next to the beach and having lunch in Gypsea's cabin with the riviera pop top open for the breeze to come in. Driving Gypsea around Maui to me is the way to truly enjoy the island. We had a wonderful time with her and got lots of smiles and waves from everyone! Anytime we parked somewhere we got approached by someone wanting to ask about the VW. I could go on and on about it but as you can tell from the other reviews renting Gypsea will add that special something to your vacation in Maui.


Motor Home parks are designed to allow you appreciate the comfort of your own home while still providing you easy accessibility to campground services and closeness to all type of interesting outside locations. The most effective part: with RV outdoor camping, you can take all your favored outdoor toys with you any place you go.

Booking Tips: When trying to find Motor Home camping areas, think about whether they have connections in addition to showers, fire pits as well as barbecue tables. If you want to establish a camping tent at your Recreational Vehicle site, see to it the campground enables it which the sites allow enough to accommodate both. Additionally, consider whether the website is pull-through or back in, and know the size of your Recreational Vehicle to guarantee you reserve the right dimension place.

Camping Bookings– Get your campsite ahead of time and also stay clear of wondering if you will discover a place to camp.

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