Canada’s Most Attractive Places That Every RVerMust Visit

Canada’s Most Attractive Places That Every RVerMust Visit
December 19, 2018

Home to one of the longest highways in the world, Canada is the ideal spot to take an RV trip. When most people think of Canada, they think of vast peaks, sprawling glacial landscapes, and big cities like Toronto. All of these things are 100% true and even more of a reason to visit. But it’s also so much more than that. While it is a winter wonderland, it’s one of the best places in the world to see nature unrestricted. And what better way to do this than to take an RV and hop from destination to destination? Picking destinations can be pretty hard in a beautiful place like Canada so here are some of the most attractive places that every RVer must visit.

 

Jasper National Park

Located in Alberta, Jasper National Park is one of Canada’s largest parks. It has over 1000 km of trails that you can explore. If you’re lucky, you might even see caribou, bighorn sheep, moose, mountain goats, and other incredible wildlife. Hiking and camping are extremely popular in the summer and if you decide to visit during the winter, you can join all the skiers.

 

Campers Cove

In Ontario, Campers Cove brings is located on the edge of Lake Erie. The RV campground offers cabins, RV hookups, and a 1,200 ft sandy beach for you to enjoy. It’s also located only minutes away from Point Pelee National Park, wineries, Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens, and more. If you are looking for a great place to sip wine and bird-watch, this destination must be added to your list.

Gros Morne National Park

Gros Morne National Park lies on the coast of the island of Newfoundland. It’s an official UNESCO site (a place that is listed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization as having a special cultural or physical significance). Which means you know that it is absolutely breathtaking. Known for its vast fjords and stunning coastal views, it is worth the trek to the east coast of Canada and it is also very easy to access with an RV.

 

Algonquin Provincial Park

This park is located in Ontario and is famous for its premier canoeing. It’s got maple tree forests, hills and thousands of lakes, making it perfect for those who are water lovers. In fact, the only way to truly explore the park is to do so on foot or by water. There are a few RV campgrounds that you can park the RV and head out to the beach. Or pack up a picnic and relax at one of the many picnic areas.

 

Banff & Lake Louise

Banff might just be the most popular and well-known destinations in Canada. And with good reason. The tall Rocky Mountains and turquoise blue Lake Louise are unbelievably picturesque. RVs are very common and welcomed in the national park and there are multiple campgrounds that you can park your RV and go on one of the many hikes, go fishing, or explore the boutiques and restaurants on Banff Avenue.

 

Spruce Woods Provincial Park

Want to go ATVing in sand dunes but don’t think you can in Canada? Well, think again. Kiche Manitou Campground, located in the southern Manitoba, offers 30-meter high sand dunes along with campfires and other interpretive programs for the family. Step into the desert, spot the cactuses while on a horseback ride, all just minutes away from a quaint campsite.

 

Canada offers something for everyone. With every type of landscape possible, you have the option to go swimming, canoeing, skiing, hiking, bird-watching, whatever your interest. Sine it’s so vast, it can seem extremely daunting. However, taking an RV allows you to explore the grand country all while being in the comfort of your home on the road.

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