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.

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All Articles by Danielle Cameron

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.

July 2019 by
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.

June 2019 by
Bridge with the trees below and a sunny sky
Lethbridge

A city built on creativity

Lethbridge is brimming with artistic venues and architectural marvels.
April 2019 by
people on horseback riding through a river
Fort McDowell

Soak up the sun in Fort McDowell

This Arizona community is surrounded by engaging attractions.

April 2019 by
The famous SkyTrail pedestrian bridge near Outlook, Saskatchewan. Photo by Aaron Spence
Outlook

Sights to see in the community of Outlook

Outlook is a delightful place to go RVing, and there are several attractions to take in while you're there.

April 2019 by
An archway at the Japanese Garden portion of the Butchart Gardens.
Victoria

Art and architecture in B.C.‘s capital city

From the Butchart Gardens to the Parliament Buildings, Victoria is home to some stunning art and architecture.

February 2019 by
Shown is a panoramic view from Canoe Mountain.
Valemount

The best of Valemount, B.C.: Outdoors or indoors, there’s always something to do

Valemount is a community focused on its tourism, with no lack of attractions for RVers.

January 2019 by
an elaborately hand-carved carousel
Edmonton

Take your pick: Edmonton offers a host of attractions

One visit to this vibrant city, and you will want to take your RV to Alberta every year.

January 2019 by
Shown is a beach with a cloudy sky and people walking in the sand.
Campbell River

Beaches and more in Black Creek, B.C.

This peaceful little community is surrounded by beaches and other points of interest.

December 2018 by
A creative piece of artwork shows various Biblical messages and positive words for visitors to read, such as
Niland

Niland is a quirky California gem

It may be a small community, but Niland is bursting with creative energy and passionate people.

December 2018 by
Vintage cars are lined up at the museum in Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
Wetaskiwin

RVing in Wetaskiwin is always an adventure

Wetaskiwin's attractions include art galleries, museums and thrill-seeking opportunities.

December 2018 by
Visitors are walking the floor at the RVDA show in Calgary, Alberta.
RV News

Top 5 reasons to attend the RVDA Calgary RV Expo

This annual RV show and sale has been delighting campers for 50 years.

December 2018 by
Palm Springs date festival fairgrounds
Palm Springs

Top places to go RVing in the Coachella Valley

The balmy Coachella Valley attracts snowbirds with its lively California vibe.

October 2018 by
a fish dish with asparagus and other veggies on the side
Victoria

Immerse yourself in Victoria’s culinary scene

Choosing a place to eat in Victoria can be overwhelming in a good way.

October 2018 by
a chef plating three dishes with gourmet food
Campbell River

Tantalize your tastebuds in Campbell River

Campbell River tempts foodies with trendy restaurants, fresh-caught seafood and agricultural products.

October 2018 by
Marysville Falls, near Kimberley, BC.
Kimberley

From waterfalls to whitewater rafting, you’ll find adventure in Kimberley, B.C.

Outdoor recreation is an integral part of the Kootenay vibe, and Kimberley is a nature lover's playground.

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Osoyoos lake
Osoyoos

Outdoor recreation thrives in Osoyoos

Home to the warmest lake in Canada, Osoyoos is a treasure for RVing families.

June 2018 by
child with a bucket on the beach
Watrous and Manitou Beach

The water awaits you in Watrous and Manitou Beach

Healing waters and sandy beaches - this is the way to RV in Saskatchewan.

June 2018 by
Castle River near Pincher Creek, Alberta.
Fort Macleod

Splash around between these cozy Alberta towns

Travelling through Pincher Creek and Fort Macleod this summer? Make plans to stop and enjoy the local waterways.

June 2018 by
people on the beach
Edmonton

Finding waterfront fun near Edmonton, Alberta

If you're RVing in Edmonton and you want to cool off, have a blast in the water at one of these nearby locations.

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