June 28, 2021

With demand for campsites outstripping supply in many of Canada's most popular tourist destinations, finding a place to stay on an RV vacation might seem challenging. With a little flexibility and creativity however, it doesn't have to be that way.

The big advantage in renting an RV is that you can travel anywhere - being fully self-contained means your options are only limited by your imagination (and where you are permitted to drive the RV!)

2021 is a year for exploring Canada by RV - not just the popular and busy tourist destinations - but for getting out on the road less travelled and finding those hidden gems within your own province. If National Parks are on your 'to-do' list, consider visiting some of the less busy alternatives to Canada's most popular national parks. You will discover hidden gems, along with original activities, at many of the less-busy park locations across Canada.

Views along the road less travelled

While national and provincial park campgrounds are among the first campsite choices for many, there are numerous alternative options for camping available (many of them free) ranging from crown land, boondocking, private campgrounds and other interesting sites. More than 250 private campgrounds are partners in CanaDream Club and CanaDream guests can enjoy discounts and more when they reserve with these partners.

Find your own adventure in Canada's great outdoors this summer and support smaller communities away from crowds. Rent an RV and discover your own piece of paradise when you take the road less travelled.

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