Canada RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Canada

It’s no secret that Canada is blessed with all different types of climates, landscapes and cultures. Travelling this beautiful nation by RV is the perfect way to take it all in. You can sample a selection of wines and amazing cuisine, indulge in outdoor recreation or family-friendly attractions, learn about First Nations culture, and much more. 

Two women take a dog for a walk along a shoreline.
Powell River

Foregone charm is hidden within the natural beauty of Willingdon Beach Trail

Paul Kamon, executive director for Sunshine Coast Tourism, spotlights what makes Willingdon Beach Trail worth walking in Powell River, B.C.

A beautiful pink sunset rests behind Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens.
Lethbridge

This Japanese garden made its home in southern Alberta over 50 years ago

Melanie Berdusco, marketing and events manager of Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens, highlights this serene setting in Lethbridge, Alberta

Wendy Provins displays her art at the Okanagan Art Gallery in Osoyoos, B.C. Photo courtesy Wendy Provins
British Columbia

A collection of small-town arts and culture

These are some of the top quaint-yet-artistic Canadian communities.

The native plants garden at the Osoyoos Desert Centre.
Osoyoos

Full of beauty and anything but barren

 The Osoyoos Desert Centre has much to explore for travellers to this special and unique area of British Columbia

the Saskatchewan museum exterior on a sunny day
Saskatchewan

Top places to RV in Saskatchewan

These Saskatchewan communities welcome RVers with hospitality, entertainment and attractions.

The main spoon portion of the monument is 8.6 metres or 28 feet long.
Red Deer

Famous Five of Diamonds now the world’s largest lure

The Thompson-Pallister Bait Co. 2015 celebrates its 90th anniversary with a world-record monument of a Len Thompson lure in Lacombe, Alberta

Two Rivers Gallery has the appearance of steep sand banks that climb up to a higher bank.
Prince George

Two Rivers Gallery makes for one dynamic outing in Prince George, B.C.

Carolyn Holmes, executive director at Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, B.C., highlights the imaginative, interactive art

The Royal Alexandra Hall has a high, arched roof with wooden beams stretching across its ceiling. Bright, exquisite chandeliers hang low from up above.
Cranbrook

Cranbrook History Centre: Come for the sublime Royal Alexandra Hall, stay for the choo-choo train

Melissa Roberts, tour guide for the Cranbrook History Centre and Royal Alexandra Hall, recommends touring the trains, hall and dino fossils

The Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre in Osoyoos, B.C.
Osoyoos

Osoyoos is a work of art

Already known for its wineries, deserts and rattlesnakes, Osoyoos and the surrounding valley also deserves to be known for its artistic talent and flair.

Blown glasswork found at the Art on 3 Gallery at the at the Christina Lake Welcome & Living Arts Centre in Christina Lake.
Christina Lake

Christina Lake’s unique and wonderful colours

A quick visit to the town’s Christina Lake Welcome & Living Arts Centre will quench any traveller’s thirst for colour, culture and history (and literal thirst as well). 

The Ferry Building and Art Gallery on the West Vancouver waterfront is a heritage structure.
Vancouver

Five ways to experience Vancouver’s artistic flair

Vancouver and the Lower Mainland are home to many art galleries and exhibit centres. Here are five of the most popular.

 
The Legislature Building in Edmonton, Alberta.
Edmonton

Edmonton’s art and architecture

Edmonton is the best option for finding creative inspiration while on holiday.

A red wagon with a white linen roof holds passengers as two brown and white Clydesdale horses stroll through Fort Steele
Cranbrook

Travel through time to the 1800s at Fort Steele

Jasmine Beaulac, education co-ordinator for Fort Steele, encourages visitors to come and see this preserved 1800s gold mining town

A couple of Kayakers on Harrison River in British Columbia.
Harrison Hot Springs

Kayaking for RVers—some top paddling locations in British Columbia

Kayaking is one of the most popular pastimes for RVers when they travel through British Columbia. Here are a few of the most highly recommended.

 
Little Manitou Lake will host The Big Float event on July 13 to celebrate Manitou Beach’s 100th birthday.
Watrous and Manitou Beach

Dancing and floating for 100 years

Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan, is celebrating its 100th birthday with a series of planned events from May to October.

 
Bridge with the trees below and a sunny sky
Lethbridge

A city built on creativity

Lethbridge is brimming with artistic venues and architectural marvels.

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