Hawaii - Palm trees, beaches and deep blue waves - Hawaii may conjure images of a tranquil, tropical retreat, but the varied terrain of the six islands offers more than hula dancers and luaus. Hawaii’s Big Island provides an impressive range of regions to explore, including beaches, rainforests, snowcapped mountains and active volcanoes. Outdoor adventure abounds on the untouched island of Molokai where mini storage units contain equipment for angling in ancient Hawaiian Fishponds. Relaxing on Hawaii’s largest stretch of pristine white sand, known as Papohaku Beach, may require storage for sun umbrellas, beach blankets, and blow up rafts among other items. Mini storage facilities on Maui store equipment for water sports of all sorts, including snorkels, surfboards, kayaks, parasails and scuba diving gear. Kauai’s eclectic terrain makes self storage units a must for island residents to participate in all its activities, such as mountain tubing, ziplining, ATV off-roading, rock climbing, outrigger canoeing and jet skiing. Hawaii has over a hundred self storage facilities dotting its six islands.