Large Yogi Bear statue.
RVwest Insider

New cabins, RV sites and activities are available now at the Jellystone Park in Lodi

Major improvements are underway this spring at the campground at Tower Park Resort & Marina, which is being dramatically transformed into the San Joaquin Valley’s first Jellystone Park.

Gallery

Enjoying the vintage RV life

"We've been camping in our early '70s vintage Scamper trailer for over 20 years. It's been all over B.C. and Alberta!"

Canadian Camping Council logo, with background of mountain lake.
RVwest Insider

Canadian RV and camping industry on Parliament Hill to urge fair tax

The promotion of the RV sector and proper infrastructure in our existing parks are crucial to the growth of the RVing and camping industries, as well as a prosperous Canadian tourism sector.

GX-7 X-Metal Driver
RV Golfer

Be cautious what you buy

Appealing TV advertising can entice you into buying golf products that may not be an improvement over your current clubs. 

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A colourful pink sky is shown, with a dock and boat slips in front.
RV Friendly Businesses

For the young or young-at-heart, go flying above the water in an air chair

For an exciting or relaxing holiday in central Alberta, stay at the Pine Lake Leisure resort.

by Stephen A. White
The Argyle dining car is one of the standouts among the collection of train cars at the Museum of Rail Travel.
Cranbrook

Choo-choo! All aboard for Cranbrook, B.C.

Cranbrook’s early years begin prior to the 1900s. It was—and still is—a city that relies on the railway

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Salt Spring Island, B.C.
British Columbia

Have an island adventure during your B.C. vacation

British Columbia has several island destinations that you can access by ferry or floatplane.

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Trillium trailers are one option for those who like a compact unit.
Manufacturers

Top Canadian RV manufacturers

These are some of the most prominent RV manufacturers in the country.

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Visitors will soon have more camping opportunities throughout BC with over 350 new campsites for the upcoming camping season.
RVwest Insider

350-plus new campsites throughout B.C. open for 2017 camping season

Visitors will soon have more camping opportunities throughout British Columbia with the completion of more than 350 new campsites in BC Parks and forestry recreation sites, in time for the upcoming camping season.

A First Nations woman in traditional garb stands outside the Wanuskewin Heritage Park.
Saskatoon

Explore Saskatchewan’s great crossroads

Discover one of Canada’s longest-running archaeological dig sites and so much more in Saskatoon.

by Karen Kornelsen