"If you have a desire in your heart to get out of the rat race, RV life might be for you,” says full-time RVer Deborah Hinter.
The Johnsons plan to keep exploring the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains, fishing their way through the lakes scattered across Alberta.
The Northern Spirit Ultra-Lite is the perfect choice for families of any size, including their furrier members with four legs.
A visit to Hovenweep National Monument was the highlight of this Saskatchewan couple’s summer.
White Rock dentist Coby Cragg and his family spent their summer vacation touring southern B.C. and Alberta, and the northwestern U.S.
After visiting the dinosaurs in Drumheller, Alberta, the Cragg family headed for Silverwood Theme Park in Idaho.
His truck camper gives Vic Gill the mobility, comfort and independence he appreciates.
Fond memories and love of the area have kept Larry and Lorraine Layden coming back to Fairmont Hot Springs Resort for decades.
A holiday at Fairmont Hot Springs is a little bit of heaven for this family.
Bud and Rhonda Beeman and their dog Buddy have travelled from coast to coast with never a dull moment.
When Donna Leslie won a month-long stay in Casa Grande she received a wonderful getaway to spend with her husband in their RV.
Rick and Grace Christian love RVing at the spot where the Pembina and the Athabasca rivers converge.
Anna and Wilmar Froehlick talk about what it takes to be volunteer campground hosts.
The fact that she’s had a lot of birthdays doesn’t mean Jennie should stay quietly at home.
The Scholze family has a long tradition of summer visits to Fairmont Hot Springs Resort.
The Mazurenko family from Calgary, Alberta, is creating a summer tradition of camping at Lake Windermere in B.C.'s Columbia Valley.
RVing allows the Martin family to escape the pressures of owning their own business.