Great places to visit with your RV in Canada


Following on from the last post, I thought I might share some great ideas about must see destinations in North America.

Everyone has his own definition of travelling. A few of you might want to visit ancient forts or temples or other may be interested in exploring nature. One may like to enjoy the leisure of lazy sunlit beaches for that perfect tan or travelling deep woods to explore the challenging wildlife. Few people are interested in exploring different cultures and colors of life.

Canada is a country full of attractive options for long road trips that makes it ideal place for RVing. It has facilities of RV parks and campgrounds. Most of the places have scenic beauty and breathtaking natural places, wild-life, museums, local dance, food, mountains, lakes, wide open spaces, ocean and everything else a traveler can dream of. Here is a list of some of the most preferred places in Canada for RV trips.


Alberta: Alberta is famous for its beautiful Rockies range. It is one of the unique places where prairies, boreal forests and mountain ecosystem exist in a natural harmony. Calgary is a place to pick up Rental RV. There are many RV parks and campsites available for RV vacationers and tent campers.  This place has a lot of things to offer to its visitors like wildlife, mountains, world class hiking, skiing, camping, dining, art and natural beauty. Lake Louise is a mountain lake surrounded by snow-capped peaks and at the far end is large glacier.

British Columbia:  it is the westernmost province of Canada. It is one of the awesome places where you can experience the thrill of climbing to the peak of a mountain and soak in the warmth of a desert. It is lined with lakes, rivers, marshes and streams that support wildlife in abundance. You can begin your journey from Vancouver or Victoria.

Newfoundland and Labrador: This eastern province is a village with small population spread over a wide land mass. It is said that Newfoundlander lives on sea. RV parks and campgrounds get booked in advance so, get your reservation in time, to get the best campsite with the best view.

Nova Scotia: It is one of oldest provinces in Canada with a large peninsula. It has Cape Breton Island which is a large island with northeast part of Nova Scotia. Halifax is provincial capital and largest city in the capital with plenty of opportunities for travelers to experience historical value of this place along with culture, sumptuous food and drinks.

Quebec: It is the place you will fall in love with. This place has a large variety of landscapes and countless forests, mountains, lakes and rivers. It has extensive list of campgrounds. Quebec is unique due its geography, history and culture. It is the only Canadian province that has a predominantly French speaking population.