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Cheap RV Rentals Quebec City

Quebec City is a beautiful city with a European feel, set on the cliffs overlooking the Saint Lawrence River. Getting a cheap RV rental in Quebec City will take some planning and organization, but the RV rental trip will be well worth your time.

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If you would like a cheap RV rental from Quebec City why not stay local. You can expect to pay at least 34 cents per kilometre that you travel in the RV. You will also need to pay for gas. On average a motorhome will use about 25 kilometres per 100 kilometre of gas. Instead stay around Quebec City and see what amazing things this city has to offer. Travel from Square One has mapped out this detailed walking tour with stops at Palace Royale, Chateau Frontenac and La Citadelle.

So if you would like a cheap RV rental from Quebec City why not stay local and check out the rich history and beauty of the old city.

Cheap RV Rentals Montreal

When I think of Montreal I think of smoked meat sandwiches, poutine and the old part of Montreal with the amazing architecture, street vendors selling handmade drawings of the city, jewelry and so much more. Take a sunny afternoon and spend it strolling through the narrow streets or sitting at one of the many cafes and watching the people saunter by. Check out some tips to get a cheap RV rental in Montreal.

  • Depending on the availability of an RV a smaller RV does not always mean cheaper. Sometimes if there are lots of large RVs available the nightly rate will be less. Check out all your options.
  • Does someone in your party have an international drivers license? Book the RV in their name. Many companies have discounts for foreign travellers.
  • Most importantly, to get a cheap RV rental in Montreal you need to book early. Booking early gives you cheap nightly rates and with some companies it gives you free or discounted extras.

Montreal is a beautiful city to spend some time in. The old world charm combined with the hustle and bustle of the newer parts of the city make it the perfect place for your cheap RV rental in Montreal.

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Cheap RV Rentals Halifax

If you have been searching websites trying to find the cheapest RV rental for Halifax your search is over. Canada RV Rentals brings all the top Canadian RV rental locations to one place so that you can find the cheapest and best RV rental for your next family holiday.

Planning ahead of time is the best way to get a cheap RV rental from Halifax. By November a lot of the RV rental locations are promoting their Early Booking Specials. With Early Booking Specials you can get a cheap nightly rates, and get deals on things like kilometres, dishes, bedding and one way fees.

Halifax is one of Canada’s oldest cities and with that comes a history that is worth exploring. So rent a cheap RV rental from Halifax and let your vacation begin.

Cheap RV Rentals Edmonton

Edmonton is home to some of the best street festivals in the country. Or spend some time at Fort Edmonton or West Edmonton Mall.

If you are going to spend some time in Edmonton you will want to get a cheap RV rental for your vacation. Here are a couple of tips to get you the cheapest RV rental possible.

  • book early, the earlier you book your RV rental, usually the less you are going to pay per night.
  • be flexible in RV size, smaller does not always mean cheaper.
  • be flexible in dates. If you can leave a day earlier or a day later you may save some money. Use the quote program to check out other dates for cheaper nightly rates.

So grab a cheap RV rental from the Edmonton RV rental location and take in all that Edmonton has to offer.

Cheap RV Rentals Calgary

Calgary Alberta is known world wide for its yearly rodeo and exhibition, the Calgary Stampede. Calgary is a great starting point for your cheap RV rental, whether you are staying in the Calgary area or venturing off into the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Calgary is the closest location to Banff National Park that you can fly into and the closest place that you can rent an RV.

If you are looking for a cheap RV rental in Calgary you will want to avoid popular events. Over one million people from around the world visit the Calgary Stampede, you will find it hard to get a hotel room let alone a cheap RV rental during this time.

Some of the Calgary RV rental locations offer great early booking specials. Early booking specials are one of the best ways to get a cheap RV rental from Calgary. You will get a cheap nightly rate and you may also be eligible for other offers to make your RV rental cheaper, such as free kilometres, free dishes and bedding or a cheaper price on your one way rental fee.

Spring, summer, fall or winter, you will also find something do to in Calgary Alberta. From street festivals, the Calgary Zoo and Heritage Park, to skating the Olympic Oval or visiting the Telus Spark Science Centre, rent a cheap RV in Calgary and check out all the city has to offer.

 

Cheap RV Rentals Vancouver

We all hope to get the perfect RV rental at the cheapest possible price when we are renting an RV from Vancouver. Vancouver is a beautiful city with the Pacific Ocean to the west of it and the North Shore Mountains to the east. Vancouver is a popular tourist destination world wide so if you are looking to get a cheap RV rental you will need to plan ahead.

Planning ahead is actually the best way to get the cheapest price on an RV. Many company’s have early booking specials for those who book well in advance. The best time to look at booking to get the best deals is December or January for travel the following spring or summer.

Another way to get a cheaper RV rental from Vancouver is to look at traveling in the off season. Traveling in the spring or fall will usually give you a cheaper nightly rate.

Be aware that a smaller RV isn’t necessarily cheaper than a large RV. Check out the prices of the bigger RV’s you might just find a cheap nightly rate.

Vancouver British Columbia is a beautiful city to spend some time in, and with these tips you can get a cheaper RV rental from Vancouver.

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Beautiful British Columbia

British Columbia is the western most province is Canada and is nestled in between the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Known for its old growth forest, mountainous terrain and friendly people, BC is a top tourist destination known world wide.

Vancouver is a great place to start your Canadian RV rental holiday, with so many great things to do and places to visit you could make this your only stop on this great adventure. There are 5 RV rental pick up locations available in the Vancouver area so you are sure to find the perfect RV rental at the perfect price.

No visit to Vancouver is complete without a visit to Stanley Park.  Visit the beach where you can look out at the tanker ship as they wait to unload cargo at the port of Vancouver, swim, paddle board, kayak, or just lay on the beach and take in the sun. You can rent a bike and bike the paved path that goes all the way around Stanley Park. Visit the Vancouver Aquarium, play Pitch and Putt, play a game of tennis, stroll through the gardens, visit the totem pole display, take a ride on the miniature railway, or take a ride in a horse drawn carriage. There are lots of great places to eat in the park so you can spend the whole day here.

Welcome to Kelowna, it’s wine country. Kelowna has over 40 wineries in the area, a wine tour is a great way to spend the day if your RV rental vacation does not include the kids. You can leave your RV rental parked as there are many shuttled wine tours around Kelowna. If you are traveling with kids a must stop is Kangaroo Creek Farm. Located just outside of Kelowna, Kangaroo Creeks unique program allows children (and adults) to hold baby kangaroos, wallaby’s and sugar gliders. There are many other animals here so plan on spending a few hours. Kelowna is situated on Lake Okanagan, home to many great water activities, but keep your eyes open as many people have reported seeing the famous Ogopogo in these waters.

All aboard for Revelstoke. This little railroad town is home to Revelstoke Mountain Resort, a downhill ski hill known world wide to have one the best verticals in North America. In summer Revelstoke has many mountain biking and hiking trails. Lamplighter Campground and RV Park is located a 20 minute walk from downtown making it easy to leave your RV rental and take in the free nightly music at the plaza any night of the week all summer long. The Revelstoke Dam and the Railway museum will give you interesting glimpses into Revelstoke’s past through the self guided tours. On your way out of town be sure to stop at Giant Cedars. This short walk (about 20 minutes) takes you on a boardwalk path with interpretive signs through this old growth forest.

Next stop is Radium Hot Springs. Radium is known world wide for the odourless mineral pools and is surrounded by Sinclair Canyon. The canyon is home to many big horn sheep, so sit and relax in the pools and keep an eye out for the sheep on the rocky ledges above. From relaxing pools to the high excitement of whitewater rafting, ziplining through the trees, hiking or mountain biking Radium Hot Springs is a great look into Beautiful British Columbia.

Cranbrook is located in a wide valley right between the Rocky Mountains and the Purcells. Mount Baker RV Park and Willow Creek Campground are located right in Cranbrook making it easy to access the city’s amenities while you are staying in the area. Go back in time and experience how the Ktunaxa Natives lived thousands of years ago with the Speaking Earth weekend package, you will even get to sleep in a teepee.

Nelson BC is known as the Queen City of the Kootenays. With over 350 heritage buildings in the city, most within walking distance, a walking tour will be an evening well spent. This eclectic little community has some of the best unique shopping around. From artists showcasing their designs, handmade clothing, locally made hats, there will be the perfect Canadian gift for everyone on your list.

Osoyoos BC boasts having the warmest lake in Canada. From canoeing, jet skiis, paddle boarding and swimming, Osoyoos is the best place to spend a day on the lake. If you get lucky you may be in town for one of the annual street dances. This family event  includes free draws and prizes. Take a walk down Irrigation Canal Walkway. This 5 km round trip walk takes you on an abandoned part of the canal and shows you the difference water can make on a landscape, from the natural sage and antelope brush on one side to the contrasting orchards on the other.

This journey ends with the round trip back to Vancouver. This 2000 km trip can be done in just a few days or a few weeks. There is so many amazing things to see in this area of the country. Just start your planning by making a reservation for an RV rental from one of our Vancouver RV rental locations by clicking on the quote program and from there you can customize your RV rental vacation to be just perfect for you and your family.

 

RV Rental Halifax

Halifax Nova Scotia is a great place to start your RV rental vacation from. It is the second smallest of the Canadian provinces and it almost completely surrounded by water. Canada RV Rentals has to locations just outside of Halifax to start your RV rental

There are so many great things do to in Halifax from rest and relaxation to adventure and excitement Halifax has it all. If you are a Canadian you know Alexander Keith’s as one of Canada’s finest beers. Even if you aren’t familiar with it a tour through one of North America’s oldest breweries is worth the stop. Take a walk on the ocean floor where the worlds highest tides occur. As the 50′ tide waters retreat at the Bay of Fundy you see the exposed ocean floor appear before you. Take a peek into the past at Fisherman’s Cove. At this restored 200 year old fishing village you can walk the picturesque boardwalk and visit the many shops that house local artists Canadian wares. Stroll through the beautiful Victorian gardens at Halifax Public Gardens.

Eastern Canada is filled with rich history and stunning scenery making it the perfect place to start your next Halifax RV rental vacation.

Cross Country Trip

How big is Canada?

Canada is one of those countries that fascinates. From one side to the other, people are accommodating and incredibly nice but the views and life styles differ from coast to coast. With sky high mountain vibes in the west, flat land parries in the middle, big city living mideast through to ocean and a cottage feel in the east. Although that certainly doesn’t describe everyone, with the vast cultures and beliefs, Canada is the best place to experience exactly what you’re looking for. With eight distinct forest regions, including boreal forest on the Canadian Shield.

There is also over 2,000,000 lakes! Which is more than any other country and also contains much of the world’s fresh water. So if you like to swim, Canada offers a host of options including 563 lakes greater than 100 km2 (39 sq mi). If you’re looking for a colder water dip, head to the Rocky Mountains and the Coast Mountains for fresh-water glaciers.

The cross Canada road trip is on many bucket lists. And the question that is asked most? “I can drive across the country in 4-5 days right?” The answer – maybe. If you want to drive nonstop without really checking out any of the sights. Canada covers 9.98 million square kilometres (3.85 million square miles), making it the world’s second-largest country by total area. Canada also has the longest coastline in the world, with a total length of 243,042 kilometres (151,019 mi); additionally, its border with the United States is the world’s longest land border, stretching 8,891 kilometres (5,525 mi).

Our recommendation, take 14 days. This allows for a couple of days in each province on average.

Cross Country Trip
If you’re wondering what to do, where to go, what to see, check out our blog post on a dream cross Canada trip.

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A Luxury RV Trip to Calgary

Calgary is one of those cities that boasts numerous secret spots with museums and sculptures tucked into corners and iconic buildings for your perusal. Located next to the Rocky Mountains, there’s something for everyone.

Canada Olympic Park
Since the Olympics in 1988 the Winsport Canada Olympic Park has been turned into a family fun affair with actives for everyone all year long.

canada olympic park
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Calgary Tower
There’s just something about climbing up high and seeing a City in all its greatness from above. The Calgary Tower is a 190.8-meter (626 ft) free standing observation tower in Downtown Calgary.

calgary tower
Photo credit: Travel Alberta

Bow River
The Bow River is a glorious sight whether you are in the city or in the mountains. Rent a canoe and try your hand at paddling for the day.

bow river
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Heritage Park
Explore Canada’s largest living history museum at Heritage Park with 127 acres of parkland to experience.

Heritage Park
Photo credit: Family Fun Canada

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