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A smiling women pictured in the forground is talking on her cell phone while her husband, who is seen in the backround, is holding a cup of coffee next to their RV.

Snowbird cellphone tips

What are the best options for RVers who travel in the States and want to stay connected with their family and friends?

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A red Das Rollende Hotel parked as an RV

Cruising North American highways in a hotel on wheels

RVers in British Columbia and Alberta have a unique opportunity meet global travellers taking a land cruise with Germany's Rotel Tours.

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A fifth wheel RV set up for full-time RV living.

Are you ready to retire to an RV?

Many people dream of retiring and travelling fulltime in an RV. Here are some things to consider before setting off.

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An RV on fire with a number of firefighters trying to put out the flames.

One size does not fit all for RV insurance in Canada

Questions about insuring the RV for a lengthy stay in the U.S. 

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Picture of RV set-up for full-time living

Retire to an RV

Make sure you do your research—have a heart-to-heart with your spouse, talk with friends and family—before making the important decision of living the RV life full-time. 

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A young man walking through a park pulling a red TravelQ grill with him.

Successful grilling on the go

The life of a grill enthusiast is not always a stationary one.

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Once home to the diocese's bishop, this stately home now serves as a bed and breakfast inn.

Photo courtesy of  Economic Development Gravelbourg

Historical tourism in Gravelbourg

This history-rich Saskatchewan town has its share of heritage attractions.

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Dozens of couples dancing on the hardwood floor of Danceland.

Mineral waters made Manitou Beach a 1930s tourist destination

Today's visitors can hear the echoes of delighted tourists dancing, relaxing in mineral waters and watching movies at the drive-in.

June 2015 » by Nowell Berg
WardAir float plane dock in Yellowknife NWT, circa 1956.

Colourful characters, vibrant communities and lots of history: Northwest Territories

Take an RV journey north to the land of the midnight sun: NWT, Yellowknife and points in between.

May 2015 » by Nowell Berg
One of eight original buildings on site at the Heritage park Museum in Terrace, B.C.

Terrace history before and after European contact

The Gitselasu lived in harmony with nature for thousands of years before George Little founded the town of Terrace in 1905. Today’s visit to Terrace is not complete without experiencing firsthand both elements of local history.

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LaScala Jewellery, Camrose, Alberta.

Camrose remembers where it came from

This prairie city celebrates Founders Day every year, has two museums and a main street full of restored heritage buildings.

May 2015 » by DaleAnn Shellborn

Welcome to the Camping RV BC Coalition's "It's my Camping Story Contest" - tell your favourite camping story to win great prizes.

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A young man walking through a park pulling a red TravelQ grill with him.

Share your Travels and Win

This is an opportunity for you to share your RVing photos and win a prize.

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RV Living

Working on the road

Supplementing their income is a common practice amongst many full time RVers and the term “working on the road” is used to describe what they are doing.

dog in a tent for RV camping

RV Gear Guide

The Shade Shelter

The spacious, easy-to-assemble Shade Shelter helps provide your four-legged friends with relief from the elements.