Danielle Cameron

Danielle Cameron is a writer and web editor for several publications. She has a weekly column with Kootenay Business called Biz Edge, where she profiles innovative companies in the East and West Kootenay. Danielle has a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and English, and is a Certified Herbal Practitioner. In addition to being an avid animal lover, her personal interests include developing herbal formulae, fiction writing and spending quality time in the forests of B.C. She continually seeks to evolve both as a writer and as an herbal practitioner. Writing for RVwest has been a special privilege for her, as she hopes one day to do some travelling herself, and loves to hear the stories of those who have.

Danielle Cameron's Favourite Articles

Leftys Restaurant in Parksville and Qualicum Beach, BC
Parksville and Qualicum Beach

Best restaurants in Parksville and Qualicum Beach

On Vancouver Island, B.C., Parksville and Qualicum Beach are host to several quality eateries.

October 2012 by
people playing jazz instruments in Sylvan Lake, Alberta's Jazz at the Lake festival
Sylvan Lake

Top things to see and do in Sylvan Lake

RVers have been spreading the word: Sylvan Lake is gaining popularity among campers and other outdoor enthusiasts.

September 2012 by
rock formation and water around it
Thunder Bay

Discover the Sleeping Giant

From Thunder Bay's shores, at the head of Lake Superior, a geological marvel can be seen.

June 2011 by
two female artists playing with some paints at 4Cats in Nelson, BC
RV News

Find your inner artist

Visit these visual and performance art venues in B.C. and get a feel for the creativity of the Kootenays.

June 2012 by

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Kananaskis, Alberta
RV News

We have a winner!

The Spring into RVing photo contest was a great success - congratulations to our grand prize winner and runner-up entries.

April 2017 by
Elk are among the most majestic creatures you can see while camping in Alberta.
Alberta

Fall in love with Alberta’s wildlife

There are several places to take wildlife tours in the beautiful province of Alberta.

April 2017 by
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.

April 2017 by
Baja Amigos offers stunning RV tours in Mexico.
RV News

Follow these bloggers on the adventure of a lifetime

These RV travellers are following their dreams by joining a Baja Mexico RV caravan tour.

April 2017 by
This photo shows Ainsworth's natural cave with healing mineral waters on the bottom.
Ainsworth Hot Springs

Top things to see and do near Ainsworth Hot Springs

Visit Ainsworth Hot Springs for a soak in the mineral pools, a cave exploration or a backcountry hike to a glacier

March 2017 by
The Doukhobor Museum in Grand Forks, B.C., has many old buildings scattered around the historic site.
Grand Forks

A grand place to embrace B.C. heritage

This cozy community has a wealth of history to share with its visitors.

March 2017 by
Powell River's beauty includes a gorgeous coastline of blue ocean waters.
The Sunshine Coast

The journey of a coastal community

Powell River has its share of tales to tell and a history that is too intriguing to leave unexplored.

March 2017 by
The Gastown steam clock is one attraction you'll want to snap a photo of.
Vancouver

Vancouver tours bring history to life

Vancouver has a fascinating past, which you can learn more about by taking one of the creative tours available.

March 2017 by
Girl feeding some animals at Kilby Historic site
Harrison Hot Springs

Immerse yourself in history

The Kilby Historic Site will give you a taste of B.C.'s rural heritage.

March 2017 by
Your campfire can inspire some delectable recipes.
RV Cuisine

Campfire cooking for RVers

While you're out camping, there are a number of ways to have a healthy meal.

March 2017 by
Cycling in Stanley Park is one fantastic way to see Vancouver's sights.
Vancouver

Cycling in Stanley Park

Hop on a bike and explore Stanley Park's lush greenery and oceanside trails.

March 2017 by
Fishing in Saskatchewan is a hobby that many RVers get into.
Saskatchewan

Try your hand at fishing in Saskatchewan

Catch the big one, and enjoy some of Saskatchewan's many scenic waterways.

March 2017 by
Nothing beats RVing in Alberta.
Alberta

Alberta road trips you will love

Going on a camping trip to Alberta this year? Take the scenic route, and enjoy one of these legendary Alberta road trips.

March 2017 by
RVing in B.C. is something everyone should experience.
RV News

Camping in B.C. just got better

The provincial government is funding the addition of 1,900 new campsites throughout British Columbia.

March 2017 by
RV campground tips
RV News

5 Things experienced RVers wish they had known sooner

Hindsight might be 20:20, but those new to the RV lifestyle can avoid some common pitfalls.

March 2017 by
vancouver jazz festival
British Columbia

Summer is festival season in British Columbia

It's Canada's 150th birthday this year: B.C. is hosting a number of summer festivals to keep you celebrating all season long.

March 2017 by
Aztec is beautiful and invites history buffs to explore
Aztec

Top things to see and do in Aztec, New Mexico

RVing in Aztec this year? Here are some must-see attractions.

February 2017 by
Danceland is one of the must-see attractions in Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan.
Watrous and Manitou Beach

A piece of Saskatchewan history

Watrous and Manitou have been delighting visitors for decades.

January 2017 by
Stromberg Carlson came up with a real winner when they made the Lend-a-Hand product.
RV Gear Guide

The Lend-A-Hand by Stromberg Carlson

This product will give you steady support when getting in and out of your RV unit.

January 2017 by
This handy portable campfire is a big hit among RVers.
RV Gear Guide

Camco portable propane campfire with storage bag

Now you can have a campfire anywhere you go!

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