Victoria RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Victoria, British Columbia

If you dream of camping at oceanfront sites, enjoying water sports, whale watching or seeing the seals play along the coast, then Victoria is a prime destination for you. With convenient amenities, exciting attractions and unbeatable scenery all wrapped into one, this city is a preferred choice for RVers. Scroll down on our Victoria landing page for extensive information on tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV dealers, campsites and more.

a fish dish with asparagus and other veggies on the side
Victoria

Immerse yourself in Victoria’s culinary scene

Choosing a place to eat in Victoria can be overwhelming in a good way.

At Sooke Government Wharf on Vancouver Island fishing boats are parked alongside a dock.
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Surprising things to do in Victoria, B.C.

After calling Victoria home for a decade, Bernard von Schulmann is willing to share all his favourite free and underrated local sights and activities.

The Sunken Garden was the original garden site in 1904.
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Stop and smell the roses at the incredible Butchart Gardens

Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island offer visitors seasonal walks through spectacular flower and foliage displays year-round.

by Susan Hughes
A plank is set with slices of sausage topped with bacon and shavings of cheese.
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Culinary celebration in Victoria

The city of Victoria is full of delectable eating and the chance to discover Vancouver Island through food.

Ray Burr's Rig boondocking.
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RVers tips

Full-time RVers Ray Burr and Ann McKinnell have earned their stripes as snowbirding adventurers. While traversing America’s perimeter and Canada’s Maritime provinces, the Victoria, B.C.-based couple has learned a thing or two about full-timing, and they offer tips for making the most of the RV lifestyle. 

Impressive looking Victorian building
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Visit the Maritime Museum, then take an amphibious vehicle tour of Victoria

It's all about the ocean when you're looking around beautiful downtown Victoria.

Liz and Anders stand in front of a rail. Behind them is the curve of a river, and several kayaks.
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Can’t get enough of Canada

Never mind that Anders Treiberg is originally from Sweden, or that his wife, Liz, moved to Canada from Switzerland. The fact is, they have probably seen more of Canada than just about anyone you know.

The Bard and Banker in Victoria, BC.
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A foodie’s tour of Victoria

British Columbia's capital city will tease your palate with some great downtown restaurants.

by Sandra Albers
Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria, B.C.
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The romance of a harbour city

Victoria, which is B.C.'s capital city, has a compact downtown that is eminently walkable and has some wonderful dining choices.

by Sandra Albers
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Top things to see and do in Victoria

With its fabulous coastal recreation choices, Victoria will leave you breathless.

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Scent-sational Victoria

Victoria's mild climate makes it the bloomingest city in Canada.

by Phyllis Crook
A picture of a lighthouse
Victoria

Shedding some historical light

Race Rock's lighthouse has a 150-year-old history. Garry Fletcher has constructed a very informative website that documents many historical events and people involved with the light station.
by Lisa Crane
Steller Sea Lions hang out on the rocks
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The life aquatic

Off the coast of Pedder Bay on Vancouver Island is Race Rocks Ecological Reserve—an area frequented by steller sea lions and a stopover point for migratory birds.
by Trevor Crawley
Interior of Craigdarroch Castle
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Victoria’s tour of opulence

Craigdarroch Castle is a monument of historic Victorian wealth, originally owned by coal baron Robert Dunsmuir
RV in a park
Victoria

A new addition

RVers will have a brand new spot to get close to nature on Southern Vancouver Island, with the opening of Pedder Bay RV Resort & Marina
by Wendy Oppelt

RV-friendly businesses near Victoria