Sunday, November 26, 2006, 11:07 PM - HawaiiNearly every state in the Union is RV friendly, and then there is Hawaii. Finding RV facilities takes a bit of creativity and effort, so we've done the footwork for you.
Places to Stay in Your RV in Hawaii
Hawaii may seem like the ideal place to live. Beautiful beaches, perfect temperature and breathtaking natural scenery all grace these islands. There are also major cities, and many different farming and industries located here. But what happens if you live in Hawaii and want to take a vacation? You can't easily find your way to another state (flying across the ocean to California can be expensive), so many people choose to take their recreational vehicles on a trip. Staying at one of the Hawaii RV facilities (whether you live in Hawaii or not) is a great way to see the state.
Of course it isn't easy to get an RV to Hawaii from the mainland, so there is not much call for RV sites and other RV related amenities on the islands of Hawaii. However, since there are ferries and bridges between the islands, you can drive around on Hawaii once you have landed. RV rentals can be arranged for your trip so that you can stay in an RV while visiting the state, or if you live in Hawaii, you can easily rent or purchase an RV so that you can take a nature trip throughout the many different terrains and ecosystems in the area.
One place that offers RV facilities and rentals is Island RV of Hawaii, located on the Big Island. This island offers 1500 miles of coastal driving, so it's perfect for RV lovers to navigate. The many state parks on the Big Island offer differing levels of RV camping amenities, so you can choose to stay at a spot that offers full hookups, or you can rough it a little with no hook ups at all. Island RV of Hawaii does offer shuttles from the airport, meaning you can fly to Hawaii and immediately pick up your RV rental. Then you can hit the road and enjoy the view.
The best spot for parking your RV on the Big Island is arguably Spencer Beach Park. It is a good place to start your trip around the Big Island, and is considered perfect for your first overnight RV stay here. The beach offers different amenities than you might be used to on the mainland, aside from the usual RV hookups. You get the soothing sound of the ocean water to lull you to sleep, as well as a place to lounge and truly get a feel for the Hawaiian lifestyle. There are also Tennis and Volleyball courts available for use.
Staying in Hawaii doesn't mean you have to sleep in a hut with a thatched roof, or a large expensive luxury hotel. For those families that truly enjoy the RV way of life, there are plenty of spots that make a great place to stay.
By: Adrien White
Adrien White is with RV Rentals for You - information on RV Parks, rentals, dealers, campgrounds and more.
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