Are you thinking about your next vacation in Alberta, Canada? Maybe you’ve never been, and with the cold Canadian weather mellowing out soon, there’s no
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See Canada like you’ve never seen before. Take an RV Vacation.
What better way to explore this great country than with an RV. RV travel offers unique benefits that you really can’t get with any other form of travel. RVs let you bring the comforts of an indoor space to the great outdoors. Travel on your own terms, and take the trip of a lifetime. Check out our guides below to see some of Canada’s most popular destinations.
Vancouver Island, British Columbia
British Columbia is the dream destination in Canada, and any local will tell you that the Island is the best place to see the natural beauty of the province. Vancouver Island is the perfect place to spend a few days camping with a campervan or a teardrop, or to spend a whole season in an RV – you won’t run out of things to do all year-round. Vancouver Island is a must-see, with so much natural beauty, historical significance, and incredible campgrounds that you may never want to leave!
Banff is one of the world’s most stunning destinations, the perfect place to escape the crowds and dive into the RV lifestyle with all of the comforts of home. Nestled in the heart of the Rockies, you’ll have everything you could ever want for the ultimate family vacation. You can rent an RV in or near Banff itself, have it delivered right to you, or take the ultimate road trip to the Rockies from anywhere in Canada with full insurance.
Nestled in the heart of its namesake National Park, the town of Jasper is a world-class destination, one of the biggest tourist meccas for skiing and nature exploration in Canada and without a question one of the best in the world. There’s no better way to see Jasper and all of BC than in an RV, letting you take your gear with you anywhere you can set up. There’s no shortage of amazing spots!
Grand Beach, Manitoba
Grand Beach is the place to go for a real summer vacation. Sunny beaches, amazing trails, and lots of places to set up your rig and kick back for the whole summer. This is the ideal place to see one of Canada’s absolute best beaches, where you can lay back, get lots of sun, and let the kids have a great time.
Algonquin Park, Ontario
Algonquin Park is actually the first provincial park in Ontario and one of the largest provincial parks in Canada. The park protects a variety of natural, cultural, and recreational features and values, offering something for everyone. It’s without a doubt one of the must-see destinations in Ontario, and it’s big enough that you can explore for weeks on end.
Kawartha Lakes, Ontario
The Kawartha Lakes region has a million things to offer, including amazing festivals, world class fishing, and some of the best RV camping you could ever hope for. It’s just a short drive away from Toronto, so it’s a fantastic place to get away from the bustle of the city and get in touch with some amazing communities and towns in the real Ontario.
Boasting over 1600 breathtaking lakes, beautiful lush forests and hiking trails galore, Muskoka (also known as cottage heaven) is one of Canada’s best vacation destinations. From family friendly campsites to waterfront backcountry campsites for the more adventurous there is a spot for you. Many of the RV campsites offer sandy beaches, playgrounds, mini-golf, electrical and water hook-up, swimming pools and boat rentals. Muskoka is a local Ontario must!
Sandbanks Provincial Park
Sandbanks Provincial Park is, hands down, one of Ontario’s best destinations. It’s the main attraction in Prince Edward County, but not the only place you’ll want to visit if you’ve got a great spot to camp at sandbanks. This is one of the best regions to really dig into Ontario, where you can see the natural beauty of our province and have some incredible fun in the sun.
Home to the longest freshwater beach in the world, Wasaga Beach is a summer tourist destination located just two hours north of Toronto. The white sandy beach stretches more than 14 kilometers (8.7 miles) on Nottawasaga Bay and welcomes more than 2 million visitors every summer. Because of its size, the beach is divided into six smaller beaches, so if you would like to steer clear of tourists and crowds who flock to Beach 1 and 2, make your way to Beaches 4 or 5 for a more private and quiet afternoon.
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
One of the best road trips you could ever treat yourself to is Canada’s East Coast, the incredible Maritimes, to see one of the most iconic places in Canada, Cape Breton Island. Picture yourself enjoying the sea breeze in the air and the open road, behind the wheel of your very own home on wheels. While you’re there, you and the family are going to visit historical sites, eat incredible food, camp like you never have before – and all with the incredible convenience of doing it on your terms.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can find cheaper options, particularly in campgrounds in National and Provincial parks, and really nice sites for as low as $45/ night at private RV resorts.
Yes! Lots of owners on RVezy offer either unlimited kilometers or great offers on daily rates. You can find the perfect RV for a long distance trip that includes 200-300km per day and then a low fee per kilometer after that.
Yes! RVezy is the AirBnB RVs! RVezy connects RV owners with travellers looking to rent by providing a secure and easy rental platform with dedicated bilingual support.
You sure can! You can find pet friendly RVs throughout Canada, as well as units with lots of rooms, amenities, and extras to fit your specific needs – whether you’re travelling with a group, family, pets, or a whole team!
We help travelers and RV owners connect throughout Canada by providing a secure and easy rental platform with dedicated bilingual support.
Yes. RVezy renters can choose between the standard and premium level of coverage to determine the deductible they would be responsible for in the case of an insurance claim. Learn more about insurance that RVezy offers.
You must have had an unrestricted driver’s license for a minimum of 8 years to rent an RV on RVezy. Typically, drivers need to be a minimum age of 25+. If you are under the age of 25 you can contact us to see if you qualify to rent through the platform.
Absolutely! This is one of the benefits of renting from a private owner through RVezy. Many owners offer delivery, setup and pickup as an add-on so you don’t have to worry about a towing vehicle.
Yes, some owners may offer full winter rentals, especially if you are planning a trip to warmer climates. If you plan on renting an RV in the winter months, the toilets, showers and emptying of tanks may not be available to use due to the cold.
As an owner on RVezy, your RV is fully protected by our commercial fleet insurance policy when rented through us, including: $2M Third Party Liability Coverage, Collision & Comprehensive, Physical damage, Fire, Theft & Vandalism.
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