1971 16’ Sportsman Travel Trailer.
Vintage RV

Vintage RV: 1971 16’ Sportsman Travel Trailer

Whether a Serro Scotty or not, this little Sportsman trailer looks to be in great condition, with lots of amenities. 

Sous chef Luigi working at the The Beachhouse Restaurant in West Vancouver.
Vancouver

The food festivals of Vancouver

Vancouver, B.C., has food festivals year-round. Whenever you visit, you can experience unique local flavours of all kinds.

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RVwest cover, Summer 2018
RVwest Insider

Canada’s RVwest magazine celebrates 50th Anniversary of iconic Boler trailer

RVwest magazine and website highlights destinations throughout Western Canada and sunbelt destinations across the western United States. 

Portable Solar Panels made by Go Power!
RV Gear Guide

Powering up becomes portable with the Go Power! Portable Solar Kit

When used in conjunction with existing panels or alone, the Go Power! Portable Solar Kit can bring back your batteries or replace your RV’s generator.

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Gallery

Highway views

"Stopping for a break on the Trans-Canada Highway."

Victoria, British Columbia | Spectacular Summer Evenings at Butchart Gardens
Get ready for flowers at every turn, night illuminations, firework Saturdays and evening entertainment.
Jim and Melinda Tanner on vacation in a tropical destination.
RV News

Virtually RV with the Tanners

Melinda and Jim Tanner have created an online RVing oasis with their website and YouTube channel.

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August’s Blackberry Festival in Powell River.
Powell River

The best food to be found in Powell River, B.C.

There are many things that make Powell River unique, and the Blackberry Festival is just one of them.

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MP Wayne Stetski stands at Glacier National Park.
RVwest Insider

On Canada Parks Day, Stetski calls for stronger leadership

 NDP National Parks Critic Wayne Stetski echoes environmental groups, Indigenous leaders and stakeholders on the need for stronger protection for our parks. 

A picture of Ralph Martin with the cover of his new book
RV Gear Guide

Hit the road with Ralph Martin’s new book

In his new book, Ralph Martin recounts his two cross-Canada treks, and how he lived to tell the tale. This book has everything from evil clowns to technicolour buffalos.

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