Kate McCallum and Adam Doolittle learned a lot as they made their way from Canada’s east coast to the west coast with their chocolate lab dog, Bella, and calico cat, Paris Frances.
RV Living

5 Helpful hints to know before you go RVing for the first time

Kate McCallum, RV blogger for Full Time Canada, dissects some important details full-time RVers should know before they set off on their adventure

Kate McCallum and Adam Doolittle brought their chocolate lab dog, Bella, and calico cat, Paris Frances, on their trip from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
RV Living

Full Time Canada cruises coast to coast

Kate McCallum, RV blogger for Full Time Canada, crossed the country while chronicling her exploits

A 1974 Clark Cortez motorhome.
Vintage RV

Vintage RV: 1974 Clark Cortez Motorhome

The Clark Forklift Company began making these small motorhomes in 1963 in Battle Creek, Michigan. 

Man golfing with ocean vista in background.
RVwest Insider

Attention Snowbirders: Eco-Friendly Golf Resort Taking Shape at Rancho San Lucas

Rancho San Lucas has embraced the destination's emphasis on environmental stewardship by implementing sustainable regulations and developing eco-friendly projects.

Hole 2 with cacti around it
RV Golfer

Playing the Canada Course in Arizona

Tucson has a number of golf courses that will appeal to the most discerning player.
Fort Steele Heritage Town.
RVwest Insider

Fort Steele builds on its success

The historic townsite is significant as a time capsule of settlement and the changing fortunes of a pioneer community in the 19th century. 

Qualicum Beach resides on a 19-kilometre stretch of sandy shores.
Parksville and Qualicum Beach

Qualicum Beach: Come for the sand, stay for the art

Blain Sepos, executive director of the Parksville Qualicum Beach Tourism Association, highlights the art and architecture of the region

Mountain range with snow, pink sky background.
RVwest Insider

New land added to B.C.’s parks and protected areas

Approximately 107 hectares of new land will be added to six existing Class A parks in British Columbia.  

An Aristocrat travel trailer, owned by Ken Vanderburg.
Vintage RV

Vintage RV: 1976 Glendale (Blue) and Aristocrat (Green) Trailers

The Aristrocrat travel trailers are always popular with the vintage RV crowd. 

Group of kids standing on 'mock' iceberg, with AR Orca showing on big screen along with kids.
RVwest Insider

The Core goes wild bringing a brand new augmented reality experience to downtown Calgary

The CORE Shopping Centre in downtown Calgary hosts a free Augmented Reality experience through April

The Summit Trail Makers Society will be improving access to Azure Lake with support from Columbia Basin Trust’s Trail Enhancement Grants.
RVwest Insider

Get outside! Basin trails to see improvements

The Trust increases recreation opportunities with $484,000 for 29 trail projects 

Coachmen RV's first-ever Adrenaline Fifth Wheel, outfitted with innovative products from ASA Electronics.
RVwest Insider

ASA Electronics® products featured on debut Coachmen Adrenaline fifth wheel

Adrenaline Fifth Wheel owners will be able to take full advantage of Smart RV technology with control and monitoring functions for everything from motorized slides and awnings to Climate Control to battery voltage

Main building at Verde Ranch RV Resort.
RVwest Insider

Verde Ranch RV Resort, nestled in the heart of Arizona, set for August opening

Reservations are already being taken for Verde Ranch’s 400+ premium full hookup RV sites and well-appointed vacation rental cabins

Karl Proude's 1967 Vanguard hard side pop-up.
Vintage RV

Vintage RV: 1967 Vanguard Pop Up Camper

Karl Proude of Prince Edward Island recently shared his love of vintage RVs and his Vanguard camper with us. 

Cavco park model RV
RVwest Insider

Cavco to showcase the nation’s first smart park model RV at RVS in Salt Lake City

The futuristic unit envisions what park model RVs could look like in 2030. 

by Jeff Crider
A circa 1970's Triple E motorhome with yellow stripes.
Vintage RV

Vintage RV: Classic 1970’s Triple E Motorhome

There definitely seems to be a lot of these early Triple E motorhomes still around—a testament to their quality construction.