RV Rental in Dartmouth, NS
Dartmouth RV Rental location is an ideal spot to begin your east coast adventure. Dartmouth is located on the eastern shore of Halifax Harbour. Nicknamed the City of Lakes, due to a large number of lakes in the city vicinity. Don’t miss the road trip of a lifetime, and book your RV rental today!
Dartmouth RV Rental Address & Map
Canadream RV Rental
196 Park Road, Elmsdale,
Elmsdale, Nova Scotia B2S 0G2
Map for Canada RV Rentals’ Dartmouth
Dartmouth Driving Directions
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Dartmouth RV Rentals – Dartmouth Nova Scotia is located 5 short kilometres from Halifax city center. So pick up your RV and check out what the area has to offer. Shubenacadie Canal is 12 km from Dartmouth and hosts a network of hiking and biking trails, an off-leash dog park, and lots of signs explaining the history of the canal. Dartmouth also has a Maritime Reptile Zoo and the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, both a must-see if you have kids and even if you don’t have kids. This is a great location for your next Canadian holiday.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get a pet-friendly RV rental in Dartmouth?
Yes, it is possible to bring your pet with you in your RV rental. Always check the terms and conditions or talk to one of our staff to make sure your pet is welcome.
How many people can sleep in an RV?
The number of people that can sleep in an RV varies by model. Some of the smaller camper vans only sleep two people. Larger RVs can sleep up to 8 people.
Can I do a one way RV rental from Dartmouth?
Yes, many of our locations will allow you to do one way RV rentals.
Should I buy or rent an RV?
If you are only planning on using an RV a week or two a year renting is an affordable option. Let someone else cover the insurance, maintenance, and storage for the year.
Before you leave Dartmouth spend some time in the city, you will not run out of things to do.
Alderney Landing Market
The Alderney Landing Market is located right next to the Halifax ferry terminal. This market has a great collection of baked goods, local meat and vegetables, and an assortment of handmade goodies. 2 Ochterloney St, Dartmouth NS.
The Alderney Ferry is the oldest continuously operating salt-water passenger ferry system in North America. The 15-minute ride across the ocean from Dartmouth is worth seeing (and of course you could spend some time in Halifax). 88 Alderney Dr, Dartmouth, NS.
For over 600 years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the narrow entrance of the Port of Dartmouth. Visit the tea room for a light lunch and wander the coast and woodland trails and make a day visit to the castle. Castle Road, Dartmouth, NS.
The Dartmouth Museum is located in the Butterwalk building. The museum has an extensive collection of artifacts, paintings, and photos recounting the history of Dartmouth and maritime history. 6 The Butterwalk, Duke Street, Dartmouth, NS.
The following links give you more information on the city of Dartmouth.
Dartmouth map and driving directions provided by: Google
For more information on a Nova Scotia road trip, you may enjoy: The Maritimes in an RV: A Dream Roadtrip