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There are a few Honolulu RV parks and campgrounds, and several scattered around the island. Oahu camping is half beach campsites and half mountain rainforest parks. Additionally, much of the camping community on the island is tied to the military presence entrenched there. Air Force and Navy getaways are common for troops during their recreational times, and there really isn’t a more beautiful place to set up camp than here.


Oahu has many parks and natural designations to explore. Check out the North Shore of Oahu, and the Malaekahana Beach Campground sandwiched between the James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge and Malaekahana State Recreation Area, which has campsites of its own to go along with postcard perfect white sand beaches bordering tropical jungle and the mighty Pacific Ocean. Nearby beaches include Hukilau, Kokololio, and Hauula Beach Parks. Further south along the coast is the Oahu forest National Wildlife Refuge and Ahupua’a O Kahana State Park. On the west end of the island, be sure to explore Kaena Point, Makaha Beach Park, and Mokuleia, Kuaokala, and Makua Kea’au Forest Reserves.


Check out the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, which includes the Battleship Missouri Memorial. Waikiki is typically the main draw of the island for folks on vacation. Start north at Waikiki Beach and walk the busy Kalakaua Avenue to Kuhio Beach to Queens Beach, where the Honolulu Zoo is located. From there it’s a short distance to local gems like the Waikiki Aquarium, Sans Souci State Recreational Park, and Diamond Head State Monument.


No matter what your plans are on Oahu, Honolulu RV parks and campgrounds have something for everyone!