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We have a winner!

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

Kananaskis, Alberta
Kananaskis, Alberta, was the site of some fun camping for our grand prize winner Christine Newman. — Christine Newman photo

The Spring into RVing photo contest was a phenomenal success, and we received well over 100 spectacular shots from all over North America. 

Here are the winning entries:

Grand prize, winning a $150 PetroCan gift card: Christine Newman (for submitting the main photo, shown above.)

Newman sent in a glorious night-time shot from a camping trip in Kananaskis, Alberta.

See her full entry here.

There were so many amazing photos we had trouble choosing just one...so we also selected five runner-ups who each won a $10 Canadian Tire gift card.

Our runner-up entries were as follows:


This shot was taken during a summer evening at Tunnel Mountain RV park, in Banff, Alberta. — Andy Chappell photo
Mount Robson
Deborah K. Hinter captured this photo while heading west from Mount Robson, British Columbia. — Deborah K. Hinter photo
Barb Aschenbrenner took this pic of Chain Lake, B.C., on a misty morning.
Barb Aschenbrenner took this pic of Chain Lake, B.C., on a misty morning. — Barb Aschenbrenner photo
Fish Lake
Ross Johnson was a runner-up for this incredible photo of Fish Lake, Alberta. — Ross Johnson photo
Grand Canyon
This camper found a way to take this clever shot while visiting the Grand Canyon. — Photo courtesy Sam from the Pink Jeep Tours/submitted by Linda Ellis

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