Toronto Adventures

Drive the RV through the colourful streets of Toronto, Ontario and feel the excitement of the hustle and bustle, tall buildings, lights and billboards! Get ready for a thrilling day in a city as diverse as they come and we’ll spark your inner dare devil with this adrenaline pumping visit to Toronto.

Toronto Edge Walk
Photo: Tourism Toronto

CN Tower: Edge Walk

This iconic sky touching tower has added a new heart pumping adventure! Named the “Worlds Highest External Walk on a Building” by Guinness World Records. Do a hands-free walk above the towers main pod at 356 meters. Feel the wind on your face and lean back to take in the breathtaking views of Lake Ontario and Toronto skyscape. If that is a little too much adventure, get the heart pumping with a walk on the glass floor, at 342 meters, and look down at the streets of Toronto below you.

Eat in the Dark: O.Noir

Test your senses with an adventure in the dark as you embark on an extraordinary culinary experience in the pitch black at O.Noir. Your remaining senses are amplified as you experience and savour the smell and taste of delectable dishes. Enjoy your company in a new light and experience fine dining with an adventurous twist.

Canada's Wonderland
Photo: Canada’s Wonderland

Amusement Park: Wonderland

Spend a day at Canada’s premier amusement park! Get your adrenaline pumping on rollercoasters, thrill rides, and waterslides! Go for a ride on the Yukon Striker, and experience the fastest, tallest, and longest, dive coaster in the world. Spend the afternoon getting your thrills in the 20-acres of waterpark, with exhilarating slides, a lazy river and a wave pool providing hours of fun in the sun. Take in one of the many daily shows, from stunt divers to Chinese Acrobats, or visit with the Peanuts Crew. Enjoy all the carnival food you could dream, with made to order funnel cakes, hot dogs, ice cream and more. The entertainment is endless and Wonderland is sure to satisfy the biggest thrill seeker.

Sporting Event: Toronto FC

Feel the excitement as you approach the BMO Field, the atmosphere buzzes with a stadium full of passionate fans. As game time approaches the whole stadium is singing and stomping their feet. The sounds reverberate through the stadium and the excitement increases. For the next 90 minutes get ready for an exhilarating sporting experiences. Join in the singing and shouting of a TFC game.

Arcade and Attractions: Playdium

Head to the “ultimate place to play” to experience 40,000 square feet of interactive, virtual and physical entertainment. Play Big Buck and other classics, try the roller coaster simulator, and play in the laser maze. The games are endless. Head outside to the 11-acre outdoor park with Go-Karts and Baseball Dome, grab a pizza from the Playdium Diner and keep collecting those tickets to get that special prize.

Get your heart pumping as you embark on an adrenaline pumping experience as you explore the thrilling side of Toronto on your RV adventure.

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One way road trip: Toronto to Calgary

Drive across Canada

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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