April 10, 2019

It goes without saying that Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. With lush scenery, incredible wildlife and clean air quality, there are a million things that make Canada a great place to live.
If you’re not one of the lucky Canadians that get to call this great country home, Canada is one of the best places to vacation. Whether you prefer the beach or the wilderness, there is truly something for everyone in the Great White North. Here are a few of the best vacation spots in Canada to help you plan your next trip!

Alice Lake Provincial Park, Vancouver
British Columbia is one of the most beautiful provinces in all of Canada, so it’s no surprise that so many people choose to vacation there! Alice Lake Provincial Park is a popular park and campground in Vancouver and a favorite spot for both locals and tourists alike. The park is pet and RV-friendly and features four freshwater lakes for campers to choose from. Popular activities at the park include canoeing, biking, fishing, and hiking, making it a great place to do a little bit of everything.

Alice Lake (left) in BC and Moraine Lake in Banff National Park

Banff & Jasper National Parks, Alberta
Situated in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Banff and Jasper National Parks are must-visits for anyone looking to escape city life and spend some time in the great outdoors. The parks are full of exciting things to do, from hiking in the summer to scaling frozen waterfalls in the winter. Both parks have their own sky trams, allowing visitors to check out incredible views of the park from thousands of feet in the air!

Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
A camper’s paradise, Algonquin Provincial Park is one of the best vacation spots in Canada. In fact, there are so many things to do and places to explore in the park that it would be wise to plan an extended stay! RV camping is common in the park, perfect for enhancing your outdoor experience. Algonquin is especially known for fishing, particularly trout, so be sure to bring your fishing rod if you decide to visit!

Algonquin Provincial Park. Beautiful year round - like here surrounded by Autumn colours

Niagara Falls, Toronto
There’s a reason Niagara Falls remains one of Canada’s most visited tourist attractions! This natural wonder attracts millions of visitors each year, many even traveling from other parts of the world to witness the beauty of the waterfalls. Boat tours are what Niagara Falls is most known for, allowing passengers to view the massive waterfalls up close. For the less adventurous, there are several restaurants near the waterfalls, including Top of the Falls, a unique dining experience that lets guests overlook Niagara Falls while enjoying delicious cuisine.

Parc national de Frontenac, Montreal
The Parc national de Frontenac in Montreal, Quebec is another great destination for camping lovers. Situated on Lake Saint Francois, the park boasts more than 200 bird species and 30 mammal species, perfect for people looking to do some wildlife viewing on their trip. There is plenty to do at the park during the summer months, from boating to fishing to even stand up paddle boarding, making it a great vacation spot for active, adventurous people who enjoy filling the day with different activities.

View from an abandoned building in Parc national de Frontenac

Prince Edward Island National Park
For people who can’t decide between the beach or the woods, the Prince Edward Island National Park offers both! Hiking, biking, and swimming are all popular activities at the park, making it the perfect vacation destination for families and large groups. To enhance your camping experience, consider renting one of our RVs and get up close and personal with the surrounding wildlife.

Chocolate Lake Beach, Halifax
During the warm summer months, Chocolate Lake is the place to be! This freshwater lake is the perfect spot to cool off on hot days, and the beach has been known to attract big crowds on weekends. Chocolate Lake is a quick drive from downtown Halifax and provides an escape for locals looking to get out of the city. If you’re in serious need of a beach getaway, Chocolate Lake Beach is not one to miss.

Whitehorse, Yukon
Not only is Whitehorse the capital and only city in the Yukon, but it’s also one of the most quaint areas in all of Canada! Whitehorse’s small town feel and high quality of life are just some of the many reasons over 26,000 people are proud to call it their home, and the city is also a popular vacation destination. One of the most visited spots in Whitehorse is the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, where visitors can take guided tours around the preserve and observe wildlife like moose, elk, mountain goats and more. If a summer getaway to a picturesque town seems right up your alley, Whitehorse is definitely worth checking out.

Majestic mountains in the Yukon

With so many awesome destinations, it can be hard to choose where to go on your summer vacation. Hopefully, our list makes your decision a little bit easier! To kick your trip up a notch, check out our great selection of campers. Our RVs are spacious and luxurious, perfect for long road trips and camping excursions. Contact us to make your dream vacation a reality!

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