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There are great prices for RV rentals for the spring and summer, these are generally available in the fall and early winter, so book by January 31st. For those travellers flying in, you might be able to find some amazing prices on flights on Cyber Monday, and then get a super price on a one-way rental or a longer-term rental for the spring or summer. Check our quote programs for the lowest prices available. Note that one way RV rentals book up early, and we recommend booking a one way trip in the fall or early winter for the upcoming summer. Check out our early bird pricing when you book before January 31, 2020.
Take in the beauty and salty ocean air on a scenic RV road trip through the Maritimes. Here are highlights from each province of the magical misty lands of Eastern Canada. The convenience of traveling in an RV means you can see all the Maritimes have to offer, on this road trip of a lifetime.
The Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world! The rising sea levels will take your breath away! Walk along the ocean floor and in 6 hours the water level will rise 14 meters. See the full effect of the spectacular tides at Hopewell rocks. With RV parking on-site, this is a perfect stop for the night.
Magnetic Hill: In Moncton, New Brunswick test this famous optical illusion with your own eyes and RV! Park at the bottom of the hill and feel your RV roll up the hill at this natural phenomenon
Whale Watching: With over twelve different species of whales! Watch the mystical gentle giants appear from ocean depths. Book a whale watching tour here.
Cabot Trail: Perfect for an RV road trip, you cannot miss this world-famous drive! The Cabot Trail is 300km of spectacular coastline scenery. Break up the drive and stop for the night at Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Continue to follow this epic road past forested river canyons, to where the mountains meet the sea. Keep a sharp eye not to miss moose, bald eagles, or pilot whales. Drive at your leisure and stop to shop at many artisan shops or play golf all from the comfort of your RV.
Peggys Cove: Many of the secret gems in this area are tucked away on side roads, perfect to explore in your RV. Enjoy birdwatching, hiking, kayaking, pristine beaches, and more, and don’t forget to check out the iconic lighthouse.
Gros Morne National Park: With hiking, scenic boat tours, and picturesque RV camping there are days of fun in the historic wilderness.
Cape Spear Lighthouse: Perched on a rugged cliff is the oldest surviving lighthouse in the province. Also, home to our continents most easterly point. Get up early to be the first to see the rise in North America!
Twillingate: Known as the iceberg capital of the world this is prime viewing location! With many options for boat tours get up close and personal with natures giant ice display and the 22 different species of whales feeding along the coast!
Drive the RV from New Brunswick to PEI to cross the famous Confederation Bridge. The 8-mile long bridge is the longest to cross over ice-covered water and the 10-minute drive is excellent for photos
Greenwich Dunes: Walk the .75km floating boardwalk to experience, endangered birds, and rare plants. Continue on to walk to the parabolic dunes and sandy beach.
Basin Head Provincial Park: Spectacular stretches of glowing white sand. With warm water in the summer this beautiful beach of “singing sand” is a must-see on this RV adventure.
I only scratched the tip of the iceberg (pun intended :)) for the must-see stops on your RV trip through the Canadian Maritimes. Cruising in an RV is the only way to take in the best Eastern Canada had to offer! With spectacular national parks, world-famous drives, stunning wilderness, beaches, and camping, this will be the trip of a lifetime.
Vancouver is an exciting city along the Pacific Ocean, with a breathtaking backdrop of sprawling white peaked mountains and lush green forest. With so much to see and do, get ready and for a great RV Adventure, and do not miss these five must-see destinations.
Jump on a water taxi and take a short boat ride to this artsy island. Wander the streets to take in the lively street culture of buskers and entertainers. Stroll the famous Public Market, open 7 days a week, and buy everything you need for the perfect oceanside picnic. Don’t forget to buy extra to stock the RV J Head to the oceanfront to enjoy your picnic and keep your eyes peeled for young Grey Whales and Orca pods swimming close to shore.
Get up early and have Breakfast with the Bears, gain early access to the mountain, view and learn all about their resident Grizzly bears, and enjoy a bear inspired breakfast. Take in the gorgeous lush forest, the sparkling Pacific Ocean, white snowy peaks of the Coastal Mountains, and breathtaking views of Vancouver on a ride up North America’s largest aerial Tramway system the Skyride.
Vancouver has the world’s longest waterfront path, perfect to stroll or rent a bike and take in the scenery of 28km of uninterrupted pathway winding through different neighbourhoods and parks. For a great urban hike, start at Kitsilano Beach and head east to pass Granville Island, Olympic Village, BC Place, and Rogers Arena, when you’ve had enough walking jump on the Aquabus and catch a ride back.
Located in the heart of Vancouver stroll through this busy entertainment district to soak up the city excitement. Stop for a craft beer at one of the many pubs, people watch and shop your way down this street. As the sun sets the street comes to life with countless neon signs, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. The cultural hub of Vancouver there is entertainment for everyone.
Jump in the RV and get ready for one of the most spectacular drives in Canada. Cruise the highway to take in the glistening Pacific Ocean and rugged mountain wilderness. Stop at the interpretive kiosks along the way to learn about the culture and history of this beautiful city.
A must-see destination on your RV Adventure! Vancouver is the perfect blend of breathtaking natural scenery with exciting city entertainment. One of the most beautiful cities in the world, don’t just take my word for it, book your RV today and see for yourself!
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Get your skis tuned up and camera packed for this epic RV adventure! Get ready to explore the soaring peaks of the Rocky Mountains! Pick up your RV in Calgary and embark on the perfect combination of scenic beauty and ski turns on this ultimate skiing and sightseeing adventure.
Banff National Park
Town of Banff:
Stroll the streets of this picture-perfect resort ski town and indulge in the many souvenir and boutique shops, restaurants, and cafes! Enjoy the vibrant ski town culture while taking postcard-worthy photos from the main strip.
Sunshine Village Ski Resort:
With over 3300 acres of skiable terrain, from beginner to extreme big mountain Sunshine Village Ski Resort has something for everyone. With a high altitude, the snow is light and dry and on a bluebird day, you can see the sprawling white mountain peaks as far as the eye can see. Sunshine Village is a great destination for skiing and sightseeing.
Lake Louise Ski Resort:
Voted “Canada’s Best Ski Resort”, Lake Louise offers 4200 acres of world-class skiing terrain. With endless chutes, glades, gullies, bowls, gentle slopes you will see why it gets the title! Equally thrilling and beautiful, take in the aquamarine waters of Lake Louise far below as you carve your way down the mountain. Enjoy a hot beverage at the beautiful log chalet at the bottom and call it a day well spent.
From the warmth and comfort of your RV take in the Icefield Parkway, one of the most spectacular drives in the world! Get the camera ready to capture soaring peaked mountains, ancient glaciers, crystal clear rivers, and precariously perched mountain goats! Take it all in as you cruise this 232km double-lane highway winding along the Continental Divide.
On your sightseeing trip enjoy this quiet laid back mountain town, rich in history with an authentic Rocky Mountain feel. Enjoy the peace and quiet of a small town while enjoying all the luxuries, dining, and shopping you desire.
Marmot Basin: With 7 chair lifts and 91 runs evenly divided for all skill levels, this mountain is fun for the whole family. This pristine resort has a local feel, quiet, with no lift lines for endless powder runs.
Drive your way through the jagged white peaks of the soaring Rocky Mountain in Alberta, Canada, as you take in the breathtaking scenery and world-class skiing on this ultimate skiing and sightseeing RV adventure.
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 daredevil with this adrenaline-pumping visit to Toronto.
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 tower’s 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.
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.
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.
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 experience. Join in the singing and shouting of a TFC game.
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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When planning our next family vacation there is one important question that we all want to be answered. How much does it cost to rent an RV in Canada? There is no one answer to this question as so many factors come into play. First, when do you want to rent the RV? Second, when are you looking at booking the RV? Third, how big or small of an RV would you like to rent? And lastly, is there any flexibility in the first three things. Flexibility is the key to getting a better price for your RV rental. Let’s look into these points further.
The first factor in determining how much it cost to rent an RV in Canada is, when do you want to rent the RV? The busiest part of the tourist season in Canada starts at the end of June and goes to the beginning of September. School children in Canada are off for the summer during these months making it the best time for Canadian families to travel, also making it the most expensive time of year to rent an RV. If you can avoid these months you can lower the cost of your RV rental. Canada usually has beautiful springs and falls so consider traveling in May and June or September and the beginning of October. If you are into winter sports traveling December through March will give you amazing downhill or cross country skiing.
When you are looking at how much does it cost to rent an RV in Canada when you are booking the RV is also important. Booking early is the key, but not too early. Many Canadian RV rental companies have early booking specials that start in November and go through to February.
The third deciding factor is how big or small of an RV do you want to rent. Keep in mind that smaller does not always mean cheaper. Take a look at all the sizes of RVs and see which ones have the better price. If a company has lots of their smaller RVs already rented out for your dates of travel they may have lower nightly rates on the larger RVs.
And lastly, if you can be flexible it can have a big effect on how much it costs to rent an RV in Canada. If you are a little flexible try changing your dates by one or two days forwards or backwards. Or as I said look at different sizes of RVs. Being flexible can lower the cost of your Canada RV rental. Our quote program makes this step easy. You can do as many quotes as you would like, so change the dates, change the size of RV or even change the city and you can find out how much does it cost to rent an RV in Canada.
So there are many factors that go into how much does it cost to rent an RV in Canada. When you are booking your next RV holiday keep in mind three things. The time of year you are travelling, when you are booking and the size of the RV all play into how much your RV rental will cost. If you are looking for a cheaper RV rental remember the key is to be flexible.
A lively, entertaining city at all times of the year. Montreal, Quebec is famous for the energy and excitement that comes to a vivacious front during the summertime festival season! With an endless list of festivals in all forms and sizes, the options can be overwhelming! Book your RV now, and take in these 4 must-see Montreal festivals.
The Top 4 Festivals in Montreal
1. L’International des Feux Loto
Montreal’s International Fireworks Competition, know as L’International des Feux Loto, is the world’s largest pyrotechnics competition, a brilliant display of rhythmic, explosive sound and beauty. This spectacular event is one of the city’s top attractions, held from June 29-July 27. As the best in the world display their art, rain or shine, capture the experience at the grandstand of La Ronde amusement park at 10 pm. Make a day of it by discovering the rides and rollercoasters at La Ronde before the show. You don’t want to miss the most dazzling, vibrant firework display in the world.
Tam-Tams was named to represent the sound of the event, and may be one of the largest drum circles in the world! Held every Sunday at the George-Etienne Cartier Monument in the beautiful green spaces of Mount Royal Park, brings thousands of drum players, dancers, vendors, DJs, performance artists, and spectators. The Tam-Tams typically starts around 10:30 am and continues until sunset. A little hipster, a little hippie, add some fantasy role players, and you will see this event attracts all types, of all ages, from all walks of life. Bring a blanket, a picnic, a drum or noisemaker, and settle into the action. This is guaranteed fun for the whole family, and a Montreal must see!
3. Just For Laughs Festival
One of the most famous festivals to hit Montreal every summer is the largest and most prestigious international comedy event in the world: The Just For Laughs Festival. This year marks the 37th anniversary, featuring galas, musicals, theatre, stand up comedians, and street entertainment. The festival hosts 1700 artists from 19 countries and over two million spectators from all over the world. With so much to do all over the city, including the food truck villages, interactive art, tonnes of free shows, and crazy décor, just walking around the city is exciting! Make sure you buy tickets to the headliners, and choose your seat carefully or you may be the brunt of many jokes! Join in the festivities as everyone comes together to eat, drink, and laugh!
4. Osheaga Music and Arts Festival
The Osheaga Music and Arts Festival is an epic outdoor festival taking place the first weekend of August in Parc Jean-Drapeau. This is Montreal’s top music festival and it’s massive! In 2019, the headlines include the Lumineers, one of the hundreds of bands, marrying emerging talent with famous talent new and old. Walk the festival grounds to take in the vast variety of art, including sculptures, graffiti, paintings, and abstract art forms. This is a family-friendly event, kids under 10 are free. With a plethora of vendors, there is a little bit of everything to do as you shop, eat, and play your way from stage to stage. The spectacular combination of art, music, and excitement make this top Canadian music festival a must-see.
Just the tip of the iceberg, rent your RV today and load up the maps of Montreal. Get ready to take in some of the best festivals in the world!
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Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta and is known for having more urban parkland than any other city in North America. A great place for an Edmonton RV holiday, blending city excitement and natural experience.
Start by picking up your RV right in Edmonton and heading to the Rainbow Valley Campground. A great location, right in the city with easy access to the gorgeous parks and trails of the River Valley.
The River Valley is a special network of trails winding through the heart of the city along the North Saskatchewan River. Check out the central map to see the 160km of cycling and walking trails, 20 major parks, and boat launches. Go for a stroll or rent a bike and take in the beautiful scenery and catch a glimpse of wildlife. Head to the John Janzen Nature centre and go on a self-guided 4km walk through interpretive nature trails. However you choose to experience this gorgeous area, don’t forget to bring your camera and binoculars.
Sir Winston Churchill Square
Soak up the city excitement by heading right downtown to the Sir Winston Churchill Square. Grab lunch from a variety of vendors and take in the art on the Happy Wall, the daily activities from 11 am-1 pm, street performers, people watching, and shopping. Check out the EPCOR Waterfall meant to represent the northern lights, the formal gardens, and the Centennial Pavilion to shop.
Edmonton Street Markets
Before getting out of the hubbub of the downtown action, hit one on the many street markets happening almost daily. Check out the Edmonton Farmer’s Market Guide for a full schedule of all the local markets. Held on Thursday evening or Sunday during the day, the 124 Grand Market is a great place to catch live music, street performers, food trucks and local growers, bakers, and makers. A great spot to buy some picnic essentials and to stock up your RV with goodies for the rest of the trip.
Elk Island National Park
Ready to get back to nature, pack up the RV and head 36 minutes west out of Edmonton to the Elk Island National Park. With over a century of participation in bison conservation, take in the amazing wildlife viewing, including elk, and over 250 bird species.
Astotin Lake Campground
Settle in for a night (or three ☺) at the beautiful Astotin Lake campground. This campground, overlooking a picturesque marsh, is the perfect place to spend the days at the beach or just relax and take in the wilderness experience. Make sure you catch the remarkable sunsets and get ready for an evening of spectacular stargazing. If you’re lucky maybe you will catch a glimpse of the aurora borealis.
Continue to relax or adventure the next couple of days away with the 80km of hiking trails. Try your hand at geocaching with 8 geocaches located around the park. These caches range from half-hour treks to half-day adventures. Take a stroll on the lake view trail built-in 1930. You can also rent a paddleboat or stand up paddleboard to get out on the water. Check out the many recreation sites and picnic areas, including the Tawayik Lake Rec Area, to have lunch at a picnicker’s paradise. Take in the breathtaking scenery of the lakes and islands of this amazing National Park.
Book your RV now and gear up for a perfect blend of city and nature experience as you explore Edmonton in an RV.
Traveling in Whitehorse, Yukon, one of Canada’s Northern territories, is a chance to experience a thriving community, the gorgeous scenery, some amazing street art, and restaurants that’ll make you wish you could explore Whitehorse every day.
1. Canoe the Yukon River.
Explore Whitehorse with a short trip or go on an epic voyage is the perfect way to explore the landscape.
2. Visit the SS Klondike National Historic Site.
The gold rush put the Yukon on the map. The S.S. Klondike, a restored sternwheeler is a relic of the 1890s and will teach you all about the Gold Rush history.
3. Hike the Miles Canyon.
With multiple trail options the Miles Canyon, created by the powerful Yukon River, trails loop all the way around or go for a shorter hike. There are options for everyone.