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25 April 2022

Explore Canada On These Stunning RV Routes

As summer approaches, so too does roadtrip season.

With wide-open spaces and a huge variety of landscapes to explore, Canada is made for road-tripping. Why not turn an everyday staycation into a fun adventure with a classic RV rental? Perfect for couples, groups of friends or a family, hitting the road with your private hotel room in tow is always an exciting experience.

Reach out to us for our special RV rental rates, we can provide you with guidance and a quote for your trip.

Ready for some inspiration?

Explore Canada with these incredible itineraries. Of course these are just suggested routes — the true beauty of RV travel is that you get to chart your own course!

Photo by Destination BC/Kari Medig

See the Peaks from Alberta to BC:

This jaw-dropping route takes you through the heart of Canada’s Rocky Mountains. Begin your journey in Calgary in the foothills of the Rockies and then explore some of the most scenic spots in Alberta: Kananaskis, Canmore and Banff National Park. See the sunrise over iconic Lake Louise before making your way over the provincial border into British Columbia. Here you’ll explore Yoho National Park where we recommend taking a guided hike to see the Burgess Shale Fossils, Revelstoke and Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley. You’ll end your trip in stunning Vancouver.

3 Canadian Cities in 1 Epic Trip:

If you’re in southern Ontario and want to stay close to home, this Toronto to Montreal route is perfect for you. Spend some time exploring Toronto or hit the road early to spend more time along the route. This itinerary explores the backroads between Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. See the beauty of Prince Edward County, explore the Thousand Islands, stop for lunch along the historic Rideau Canal, see scenic Montbello and discover the quiet beauty of Mont-Tremblant. Of course, there’s plenty of time in the itinerary for city sightseeing as well!

Atlantic Canada Route:

Start and end your journey in the beautiful port city of Halifax. Head east to explore Cape Breton Island along the famous Cabot Trail, one of Canada’s most epic road trips. Check out our post on the 10 best places to stop along the route. Next, head to New Brunswick where you can explore amazing coastal towns and villages and see the powerful tides at the Bay of Fundy. Take time to explore the truly incredible hiking trails available at the Fundy National Park before heading back to Halifax. Extend your stay with a scenic route along Nova Scotia’s south shore or cross the Confederation Bridge to explore Prince Edward Island. There’s no shortage of great routes on the east coast.

Ski & RV:

Just because there’s snow on the ground doesn’t mean RV road trips have to stop. Winter is a great time to try RVing! Check out this cool RV itinerary that basically has you ski-hill-hopping to experience the very best of Quebec’s ski destinations all without having to unpack at each destination. Read more detail about this fun RV trip on our blog.

Canadian Roadtrips with Hotel Accommodations:

If you’re looking to do an epic road trip but are not ready to commit to an RV, we’ve got you covered! Try one of our self-drive itineraries — you’ll be in charge of the drive, and we will take care of your accommodations along the way. Epic views, stunning vistas and lasting memories guaranteed!

Top 4 Ready-to-go Roadtrip Itineraries:

Georgian Bay Exploration

Explore the stunning Georgian Bay Coastal Route as you travel around the bay from Parry Sound to Killarney and along to Manitoulin Island. From here take the ferry to Tobermory and continue your exploration around the other side of the bay. There are beautiful vistas around every turn.

Fall Colours in the Highlands

See the best of Ontario’s fall colours on this 5-day self-drive tour of the Highlands. This scenic drive is an autumn dream, with meandering back roads, sweeping countryside views and forests aplenty.

Loop around the West

See Western Canada on a loop that starts and ends in Vancouver. This two-week road trip heads up into the Rocky Mountains and loops up to the northern BC towns of Prince George and Prince Rupert. You’ll enjoy incredible coastal scenery as you take a ferry south through the Inside Passage to the northern tip of Vancouver Island. Explore the Island before heading back to Vancouver by ferry.

Heart of the Rockies

If a Western Canada loop is too long of a road trip, we have a shorter itinerary that starts in Vancouver and ends in Calgary — you’ll head right through the heart of the Rocky Mountains for unforgettable scenery.