June 29, 2020

Updated information about travelling and camping during COVID-19.

As the Canadian economy is awakening in most provinces and restrictions are gradually lifted, we’re being encouraged to get outdoors and explore our own backyards. For many, this will include camping and there’s no safer way to enjoy this than in an RV. Whether you have your own RV or trailer or are looking to rent an RV, you’ll need the latest information on where you can camp.

Canada is blessed with great provincial and national park campgrounds, along with so many amazing private campgrounds so what are you waiting for - get outdoors!

So, which provinces are welcoming out of province visitors? What restrictions are in place for provincial and national park campgrounds? Are private campgrounds accepting bookings from all Canadians? We’ve compiled a list of handy links to provincial and national parks to help you plan your summer RV vacation. Links to private campground operators are also included. Be sure to check out our CanaDream Club partner campgrounds for savings.

Newfoundland and Labrador

Travel restrictions are still in effect for Newfoundland and Labrador. Please go to https://www.gov.nl.ca/covid-19/travel-restrictions/  for the latest information.

Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Parks Reservation Service
Other Campgrounds

Newfoundland | Nova Scotia

Atlantic Canada

From 1 July, Altantic Canada will have an Atlantic Bubble where residents of Nova Scotia, PEI and New Brunswick can travel freely in each other’s provinces. From around 20 July, it is proposed that all Canadian travellers will be able to travel to these provinces.

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Parks
Nova Scotia Other Campgrounds

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island National Park
Tourism PEI – Provincial Parks
Other Campgrounds  

Prince Edward Island | New Brunswick

New Brunswick

News Release from Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture
Parks New Brunswick
Other Campgrounds


The province of Quebec has no bans on travellers from other provinces.

Sépaq National Parks Update
Camping Quebec

Quebec | Ontario


The province of Quebec has no bans on travellers from other provinces.
Ontario Parks
Camping in Ontario


Manitoba’s Provincial Parks
Park Reservation Service
Manitoba Other Campgrounds

Manitoba | Saskatchewan


Travel is restricted in some areas. Out-of-province visitors are required to self-monitor for 14 days and self-isolate at the first sign of even mild symptoms.

Tourism Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Provincial Parks


While there are no restrictions on out-of-province visitors, non essential travel is still discouraged. Click here for updates.

Alberta Parks
Other campgrounds

Alberta | British Columbia

British Columbia

Latest updates are available here.

BC Parks
Other Campgrounds



Travel restrictions are in place. See here for updates.

Yukon Territory will allow British Columbia residents to enter the Yukon from 1 July 2020. Travellers from other provinces are still restricted.

Territorial Park Campgrounds
Travel Yukon Campground listings

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