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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Rick Jones photo
RV News

Reserving a campsite in B.C.: An improved system for the 2017 season

According to an article on Global News, campers now have a better chance of reserving their perfect B.C. holiday spot.

June 2017 by
Camping is one of the most popular activities in Canada.
RV News

Register for Parks Canada’s Learn to Camp events

Parks Canada has launched a series of events across Canada, to help new campers get started.

June 2017 by
Dancing the night away is easy if the floor is cushioned by coiled horse-hair, and the interior of Danceland offers proof of that.
Photo by  G. Berge
Watrous and Manitou Beach

Decades of dance

Danceland has been graced by a number of famous musicians and avid dancers over the years.

June 2017 by
The Vancouver Folk Music Festival has been taking place annually for decades.
Vancouver

Vancouver’s vibrant music scene

Come to B.C.'s West Coast and you'll find a staggering lineup of musical events.

June 2017 by
Gingerbread is an excellent camping companion, and she knows that her safety is our first priority.
RV Gear Guide

Protect your pets while camping, with this monitoring app

Worried about travelling with your pet? This app can make it easier to ensure their safety.

June 2017 by
Get outside and enjoy the Nelson hiking and biking trails!
Nelson

150 Reasons to visit Nelson and Kootenay Lake

Celebrate Canada's 150th birthday with these awesome things to see and do in the Nelson/Kootenay Lake area.

June 2017 by
horse drawn buggy with tourists in Barkerville
Barkerville

Top things to see and do in Barkerville

Go back to the good old days in this thriving example of B.C. history.

June 2017 by
Calgary Folk Fest is always a good time.
Alberta

Alberta’s music festival season is approaching

Alberta is a hot spot for music lovers. Find out what festivals are taking place this summer!

June 2017 by
Canada's 150th
RV News

The adventure of a lifetime, in honour of Canada’s 150th

This Alberta-based national company is sending out two adventurers to share Canada's wonders with the world.

May 2017 by
Baja California has some of the best beaches in Mexico.
Baja California

RV Trip planner: RVing on the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico

The perfect Mexico vacation: Everything you need to know before RVing or camping on the Baja California Peninsula.

May 2017 by
After several difficult years, Alberta's recreation industry is coming back strong.
RV News

Business is booming: The increase in Alberta’s RV sales

After several difficult years, Alberta's recreation industry is coming back strong.

May 2017 by
Rockin River Musicfest in Merritt, B.C.
Merritt

Top 5 reasons to attend the Rockin’ River Musicfest in Merritt, B.C.

Held each year in August, the Rockin' River Musicfest is one of the most famous annual events in B.C.

May 2017 by
Banff welcomes campers warmly.
Alberta

Banff is an award-winning destination

This scenic Alberta community has been acknowledged on National Geographic Traveler’s Best of the World list.

May 2017 by
RV News

Solar power is the way to go

Be eco-friendly and embrace solar power on your future RV holidays.

April 2017 by
Antique cars are lined up at the annual Fun Run Auto Show and Shine.
Watrous and Manitou Beach

Top 5 things to see and do near Watrous

Watrous is a quaint Saskatchewan town with vibrant attractions to entice RVers.

April 2017 by
The front of the Valemount Museum is covered in red boards and has a bench on the front porch. It used to be the town's first train station.
Valemount

Valemount’s passionate past

Valemount's rich history is on display at two artifact-filled museums.

April 2017 by
Two people stand on a cliff at the Head-Smashed-In-Buffalo Jump Interpretative Centre. The backdrop is a stunning prairie view over one of the world's oldest, largest and best-preserved buffalo jumps.
Alberta

Take a historical tour through Alberta

20 great spots to visit and experience Alberta's fascinating history

April 2017 by
A kitchen with a vintage table and stove set with various utensils is one exhibit at the Western Development Museum in North Battleford.
The Battlefords

Get your history fix

Two museums for historic buffs will keep you busy in the Battlefords.

April 2017 by
Antique cars and trucks are parked at the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum, which offers visitors a chance to learn about the building of the Alaska highway.
Fort Nelson

Fort Nelson’s museum is a must-see

The Fort Nelson Heritage Musuem includes an antique car and truck collection as well as displays on the building of the Alaska Highway.

April 2017 by
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.

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