Early Booking Specials Ending Soon

Booking early comes with lots of advantages. When you book early you are more likely to get the exact dates that you want for your RV rental vacation. Also booking early can save you lots of money, and who doesn’t like saving money. If you book your RV rental before the end of February you can add on an early booking special that can save you up to $740 off this years RV rental. There are 4 specials to choose from. Add on the one that will save you the most money.

  1. Convenience kits, Additional driver and US travel. This special includes dishes and bedding for up to 6 people ($95 per person), up to 2 additional drivers ($5 per person per day), and US travel charges ($10 per night in the US). This early booking special can save you up to $740 depending on how many people are traveling in the RV and how many nights your RV rental is.
  2. Buy 2 – 500 km packages and get 2 – 500 km packages for free. This special will save you $340.
  3. Northern surcharge special. The northern surcharge special allows you to travel into northern Canada at no additional charge. RV rentals commencing in Whitehorse do not require a northern surcharge. This special can save you up to $625 off of your RV rental.
  4. Unlimited kilometre special. This special will allow you to travel as far as you would like in your RV rental for 25% off the cost of the unlimited km special price. The unlimited km special is regularly $625 for up to 21 nights. You will receive 25% off of this for a savings of $406. Additional nights over 21 are $75 per night.

Early booking specials apply to bookings between April 1st and June 16th and between August 19th and November 3rd. Specials so not apply to all RV rental locations. Use the quote program to find the perfect RV rental for you or call one of our RV reservation specialist to help you find your perfect RV rental. So what are you waiting for. Book your next RV rental by the end of February and save, save, save.

Early Booking Specials

Looking for an amazing deal on RV, camper and motorhome rentals in 2019? We have some great early bird RV specials for you when booking before January 31, 2019. This is the best time of year to book your Canada RV rental, the prices do not get better than right now. Nightly rates are at their lowest the earlier you book and the specials don’t get better than this.

So contact your boss and book your holiday dates, then get the family together, grab a map and start planning your next RV rental vacation. These early booking specials will not be beat.

Choose 2 from 5 available options and save up to $1100.00 on your 2019 Canadian RV vacation when you book by January 31, 2019 for travel between 1 April and 16 June 2018 or between 19 August and 3 November 2019.

Early Booking RV Special

One Way Special

The One Way Special allows you to pick up between selected CanaDream locations and drop off in selected CanaDream locations for 25% off normal one way fee.  This special will save you up to $250.00 on your booking. (Minimum 14 night rental applies). Note: The One Way Special is applicable to pick up and drop off between Vancouver, Calgary, Whitehorse, Toronto, Montreal and Halifax.

*Ones way RV rentals from Calgary to Vancouver are excluded from this special. *Truck and Camper one way rental not available for one way is excluded from this offer.

Unlimited Kilometres Special

The Unlimited Kilometre Special will allow you to travel as far as you want at a 25% discount ($406.25) saving off our regular price. The Unlimited Kilometre package regular price is $1,625.00 for a maximum of 21 nights.  Price for additional nights is $75.00 per night.

1000 Free Kilometre Package Special

Purchase two 500 km packages and receive an additional two 500 km packages at no charge. We provide four 500 km packages for a total of 2000 km, with 1000 of these coming to you free of charge. This special will save you $340.00.

Convenience Kits, Additional Drivers, and U.S. Travel Special

This special includes up to 6 convenience kits ($95.00 per person normal value), up to 2 additional drivers ($5.00 per person per day) and US travel charges ($10.00 per day) – a total saving of up to $740.00.

Northern Surcharge Special

The Northern Surcharge Special allows you to travel in the northern areas of Canada. The Northern Surcharge Special will save you up to $625. Please note that the Northern Surcharge is already included in rentals commencing in Whitehorse.

BC and Alberta National Parks You Must Visit

This year Canada celebrated its 150th birthday. While this is young compared to many other countries, Canada still has a majestic beauty and a rich history that makes Canada the perfect place for your next RV rental journey. Deciding on which piece of Canada you want to visit will be the problem, with almost 10 million square kilometre, Canada will be a country you will want to keep coming back to as every corner of the country offers a beautiful and totally different experience. There are 40 national parks and over 1000 provincial parks, this with just be a taste of the great Canadian experience. British Columbia and Albert hold some of Canada’s most famous national parks, so why not start on the west coast and work your way east.

Parks Canada offers a Discover Pass, for $136 (2018) you can buy unlimited entries into all the National Parks for a year for a family of up to seven people. Camping fees are extra and reservations are a good idea. You can either camp in the national parks or many of the parks are close enough to small cities and towns that you can stay in private campgrounds that have more amenities for your motorhome rental.

Pacific Rim National Park is located 5 hours north of Victoria British Columbia and is situated on the Pacific Ocean. This is the perfect park if you are looking to see humpback or killers whales. There are many hiking trails that follow along the ocean or that take you deep into the BC rainforest.

Photo Credit: GoTofino.com

Mount Revelstoke National Park offers a paved drive up the mountain to a parking lot where the shuttle will take you to the Meadow in the Sky Parkway. Here you can stroll through a field of Indian paintbrush, heather, arctic lupin and dozen of other wildflowers. Or take a hike right from downtown to the old ski jump that was popular in the 1920’s. Here you can actually stand right where the ski jumpers used to stand overlooking the jump.

Photo Credit: SeeRevelstoke.com

Kootney National Park is one of seven continuous national parks in the Rocky Mountains. Here you will find the natural contrast of cold mountain rivers with the steamy hot water of natural hot springs. Radium Hot Springs is one of the largest developed hot springs but if you get lucky you many stumble into one of the not so well known undeveloped springs. The picture below is Lussier Hot Springs, the hot pools sit right beside the icy cold flowing river.

Photo Credit: AvenueCalgary.com

Jasper National Parkin Alberta is home to Mount Robson, the highest Mountain in the Canadian Rockies. If wildlife is on your list of things to see this park may just give you that. It is very common to see Big Horn Sheep and Elk standing right on the side of the road.

Photo Credit: Selfievip_pelomundo

Banff National Park, just an hours drive from Calgary Alberta, is one of Canada’s most famous national parks. Summer or winter Banff has local galleries, museums, upscale shopping and amazing world class restaurants. In the winter take in unparalleled downhill skiing and in the summer visit the championship golf course. The sights from the gondola can be taken in year rounds as can a visit to the Banff Upper Hot Springs. And whether you are staying at the Banff Springs Hotel or not the hotel is spectacular to see.

Photo Credit: EnjoyBanff.com

Traveling around the west of Canada has spectacular sights year round. Rent an RV from Vancouver British Columbia or Calgary Alberta and let your RV rental 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.

 

Road Trip: Calgary to Edmonton

Alberta has two great booming cities and between them runs the Queen Elizabeth II highway (QEII) with many opportunities for exploring. There are a few must see stops along the way.

Drumheller
Take in the badlands, ghost towns, abandoned coal mines, and The Royal Turrell Museum of Paleontology. The Tyrannosaurus Rex in the museum is worth the trip in itself.

Innisfail
Continue the tour with a stop in Innisfail to check out Alberta’s Icelandic heritage. The Discovery Wildlife Park which serves as a sanctuary for orphaned animals is also a great stop.

The Rockies
When you’re heading North from Red Deer and want to take the scenic route, turn west towards the Canadian Rockies, joining Banff to Jasper by the Ice Fields Parkway.

road trip alberta
Alberta’s History
Head to the Reynolds-Alberta Museum is Wetaskiwin for the history of Alberta’s cars, trucks, airplanes and farm equipment. Maskwacis is the centre of four First Nations bands Ermineskin Cree, Louis Bull Tribe, Montana Samson Cree nation.

Outside the Oil Industry
Leduc is an intricate 35km walkway and beautiful city centre lake  just outside the industrial centre of Alberta’s oil industry.

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Road Trip: Calgary to Vancouver

There are so many fun things to do in the cities of Calgary and Vancouver. And there are so many wonderful places to stop along the way. Why not extend the drive a few days and make the trip a memorable one. We’ve chosen our top not-so-popular places to stay because going to new places you’ve never been is always an adventure worth trying.

Revelstoke, BC
Photo credit: Kevin Couenen, Revelstoke, BC

1) Golden
If you love outdoor adventures, Golden is the place to be any time of year. Home to three national parks, makes it a great base for getting outdoors. Kicking Horse Mountain Resort will offer exceptional skiing and summertime hiking. Head to Yoho National Park and check out the impressive Takkakaw Falls.

2) Revelstoke
Revelstoke lives and breathes mountain culture. If you’re only there for a short time, take a drive up Mount Revelstoke National Park and check out the Meadows in the Sky Parkway. If you have more time to spare, Mt. McPherson offers mountain biking trails for everyone and Revelstoke Mountain Resort has year round fun and a big bad ski resort with endless runs.

3) Salmon Arm
Shuswap lake is a water lovers paradise. Stop at Canoe beach for a paddle or go exploring with one of the many rental companies boating attire.

4) Hope
The Coquihalla holds a special place in many people’s hearts. Check out the Othello Quintette Tunnels in Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park, just north of Hope. The tunnels are carved out of solid granite and were once part of an active railway. Now the trail is still operational as an outstanding bike route.

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Calgary Stampede

The Calgary Stampede is an event not to be missed. The annual rodeo, exhibition and festival are held every July in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Wondering how to conquer the massive grounds? Here are some must see and do tips and tricks. Before you go explore the Stampede with this interactive map from Canadian Geographic.

Watch the Stampede Parade
The parade boasts over 150 entries with 30 marching bands, 40 floats and 750 horses and kicks off the Greatest Outdoor Show.

Give axe-throwing a try
Give your inner lumberjack a chance to break through. The Stampede’s Adventure Park is a fun place to get down and dirty. Between paintball, climbing walls and axe throwing, what’s not to love?

Who’s top dog?
The Dog Bowl is a blast to watch. The stunts are out of this world!

Sample to fun food
The food… oh the food. The unique concoction’s that people come up with are worth it if you have a daring enough stomach. Check out these insane midway foods.

Find the free fun
If you’re up for pancakes there are free breakfast’s to be had everywhere! Websites and apps have been created so that you can make the most of your pancake indulgences.

A bannock picnic anyone
The Stampede’s Indian Village is a treat. Picnic bags include two drinks, two bannock meals and a blanket. Watching the tipi-raising contest tops off the cake.

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Photo courtesy of: Calgary Stampede

One way road trip: Toronto to Calgary

Driving across Canada is on many people’s bucket list. This shortened version hits all the best stops between East Coast’s Toronto and West Coast’s Calgary. I like to travel in style and rent an RV. Have you checked out some of the luxury RV’s out there? Talk about style! Having to stop and figure out where to stay and check in and out times, the flexibility that an RV offers is the way to go, if you ask me.

Starting Point: Toronto
Toronto is an easy place to pick up an RV making for a great starting point. It also boasts an endless supply of fun and adventure for everyone. From the St. Lawrence Market to Chinatown, the Fashion District to the Entertainment District, and endless music and show choices, how can you go wrong. If you’re lost, downtown is the place to start. The CN Tower, Rogers Centre (The Skydome), all of the Restaurants on King Street West and the shopping on Queen West, you’ll have plenty to do.

Toronto Road Trip: CN Tower
Photo courtesy of: cntower.ca

Next Stop: Lake Superior Provincial Park
The views of the Great Lakes are almost endless and definitely breathtaking. My favourite on route to Sault Ste. Marie is Lake Superior. The lake is cold but photogenic as ever. A great place to stop is the Lake Superior Provincial Park.

One way road trip: Lake Superior
Photo courtesy of: Ontario Parks

Stretch your legs at: Kakabeka Falls
Ontario is a big province, plan on stopping a few times during your drive. As you reach the northern route of Ontario, the roads get twisty with rolling hills. After hitting up Thunder Bay, be sure to check out Kakabeka Falls. There are some great trails that lead to the falls and the Kaministiquia River. It’s a great chance to stretch your legs for the day, have a picnic and even camp.

One way road trip: Kakabeka Falls
Photo courtesy of: Ontario Parks

Finally outside of Ontario: Winnipeg
As the landscape changes from Ontario hills to the flats of Manitoba, this is where the countdown of provinces begins. Winnipeg is a great stopping point. With the Red River and Assiniboine river connecting. There are trails that run along both rivers and at The Forks National Historic Site of Canada you can see the confluence. If you enjoy touring museums, Winnipeg houses the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The building architecture has an impact, however, as you walk through you can’t help but be pulled in many directions of emotion.

One way road trip: Winnipeg
Photo courtesy of: humanrights.ca

Crossing the Prairies: Saskatchewan
I’ve never seen beauty like the fields in Saskatchewan. They are endless and peaceful. Saskatchewan and Alberta house the only interprovincial park in Canada: Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. There is a great mix of lakes, forests, wildlife and, as the name suggests, hills. The park is a great camp stop for canoeing and kayaking and is not too far off the Trans Canada Highway.

One Way Road Trip: Cypress Hills
Photo courtesy of: Alberta Parks

The Final Stop: Calgary
Before you make your way to Calgary, a great stop is the Dinosaur Provincial Park. The park boasts the world’s richest deposit of dinosaur bones and is a great place to go explore. From there, Calgary is only a hop, skip and jump away where city adventures await.

One way road trip: Calgary
Photo courtesy of: Alberta Parks

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Canada Dream RV Rentals

Canada Dream RV Rentals

 

Come travel Canada in style in one of our luxury RV rentals. With depots in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Whitehorse, Montreal,Toronto and Halifax there is a location for whatever adventure you can dream up. There are five styles of RV to fit all of your travel needs. Class C motorhomes are great for families or for those who want a little more room, Class B vans are perfect for couples looking for a cozy getaway and truck and campers for those looking for a more compact vehicle.

All vehicles are easy to drive with no special license needed and come with 24 hour roadside assistance. What could be easier? Book early for nightly rates starting as low as $57 a night and early booking discounts.

Make your Canada dream come true.