Calgary Itinerary: The Okanagan Valley is best known for its wineries and fruit orchards. Sample local wines and learn about the wine-making process while taking in the beautiful views. Explore lesser-known places like the Myra Canyon and Kentucky Lake, and travel onboard a historic steam locomotive on the last remaining stretch of the Kettle Valley railway.
Edmonton Itinerary: Drive Alberta's Cowboy Trail, nestled between the Rocky Mountains and the Canadian prairie, and witness the historic sites and western lifestyle. Explore the Badlands and learn about the dinosaurs that once roamed around in this part of the country.
8 Nights: Prince Edward Island And The Acadian Coast From Halifax
Nova Scotia Itinerary: Prince Edward Island has countless scenic bays, coves and inlets waiting to be explored. Combine this with the island's famous oysters, mussels and potatoes and you already have the recipe for an unforgettable trip! See the island's unique and iconic lighthouses on scenic coastal drives before leaving the island to explore the highlights of the Acadian Coast back on the mainland.
8 Nights: The Rocky Mountains And Interior BC From Edmonton
Edmonton Itinerary: This itinerary combines the highlights of the Canadian Rockies with some spectacular destinations in British Columbia, including the province's highest mountain, spectacular waterfalls in Wells Gray Provincial Park, and the mountain towns of Revelstoke and Golden.
Calgary Itinerary: This itinerary takes you through some of the smaller Provincial Parks in the area and away from the tourist crowds of Banff National Park. Learn about the way of life of the Plains people at Head-Smashed-In-Buffalo-Jump and travel back in time at the Fort Steele Heritage Town. Enjoy a boat cruise on Waterton Lake or challenge yourself on one of the hikes in the park!
7 Nights: Manning Park And Okanagan Valley From Vancouver
Vancouver Itinerary: The Okanagan Valley is best known for its wineries and fruit orchards. Sample local wines and learn about the wine-making process while taking in the beautiful views. Explore lesser-known places like the Myra Canyon and Kentucky Lake, and travel onboard a historic steam locomotive on the last remaining stretch of the Kettle Valley railway.
Vancouver Itinerary: The Sunshine Coast is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered by you. This itinerary will take you past picturesque coastal towns like Gibsons, Sechelt and Powell River before taking you to Vancouver Island. While most people travel to Victoria and Tofino, this itinerary will take you to some lesser known destinations like Gold River and Telegraph Cove.
Whitehorse Itinerary: This trip will take you to former gold rush towns, past azure lakes and through magnificent mountain ranges in the Yukon and the Alaska Panhandle. The spectacular scenery, countless wildlife sightings and the beautiful towns of Haines Junction, Haines and Skagway will make this an unforgettable RV trip!
8 Nights: 1000 Islands And Algonquin Provincial Park
Toronto Itinerary: This itinerary will take you to the thundering water of Niagara Falls, the breathtaking views at the 1000 Islands region, the historic Rideau Canal and the vast wilderness of Algonquin Provincial Park. Experience the highlights of Southern Ontario on this spectacular trip.
Toronto Itinerary: This itinerary combines the cities of Ottawa and Montreal with Algonquin Provincial Park and the countless lakes and extensive forests along Highway 117 to the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region. Interesting and historic cities, and spectacular nature, this itinerary has it all! Please note that your rental RV cannot be left unattended in the cities of Ottawa and Montreal.
10 Nights: Highlights Of The Yukon Including Alaska
Whitehorse Itinerary: This circular route will take you back in time to relive the glory days of former silver and gold mining towns before taking you across the mountains via the Top of the World Highway. Explore Kluane National Park’s a vast wilderness with ice fields, forests and towering peaks like Mount Logan. This trip ends with spectacular lake views at Kathleen and Kusawa Lake.
RVing Canada’s Rocky Mountains - Banff And Jasper National Park
We think one of the most memorable RV trips you can make in Canada, and possibly all North America is traveling through the Canadian Rocky Mountains. There is no shortage of beautiful views or sights to see, and charming communities to explore. Within the Canadian Rockies are Banff, Canada’s oldest National Park and Jasper, the largest National Park in the Rockies. These parks are joined at their border, and you can get from one to the other by taking the famous Icefields Parkway drive. You could honestly spend weeks RVing the Canadian Rockies, and never get bored!