November 22, 2018

There’s something therapeutic about connecting with nature. The fresh air, the sounds of birds chirping, babbling brooks and streams, a pristine mountain vista- it’s good for the soul. These days it seems that fewer people are venturing into nature. We’re busy living our lives, working sedentary jobs, and not really developing the personal connections with nature that we once had.
People are spending the majority of their time indoors. 90% of their time, in fact, is being spent inside. If you can’t remember the last time you got outside, it’s time for a change. Don’t let the outside world become a foreign place. Camping Canada is the perfect remedy!

Get back to nature- go camping
Humans were meant to explore. Canada is rife with natural beauty just waiting for you to see it. From our national parks, pristine lakes, mountain peaks and incredible shoreline, our natural landscape will leave you awestruck. Canada has everything any nature lover could possibly want--hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, and plenty of opportunities for nature watching.

In the fall Canada's landscape changes colors. At times that looks unreal!

Camping across all of Canada, particularly Ontario is on the upswing. Take a quick trip through the province and you’ll understand why--home to Niagara Falls and bordered by the Great Lakes, Ontario boasts beautiful scenery, perfect for any camping trip. Hop in your RV or camper and head out on the open road to one of Ontario's many campgrounds.

Rent An RV in Toronto
Did you know we have a brand new location? You can now rent an RV in Toronto at CanaDream’s location and camp Canada from there! Located just 15 mins from Toronto Pearson Airport at 33 West Drive, Brampton (Toronto), this location is a great place to start your RV tour of Canada. Take some time to explore the beautiful city of Toronto before you embark on your journey, or camp at Algonquin Provincial Park, one of the most visited parks in all of Canada.

Sitting by the fire, a romantic moment while relaxing at your Ontario campsite

Get away at one of Ontario’s top campgrounds
Looking for a place for your next getaway? Check out these popular campgrounds in Ontario:
-Niagara Falls KOA
Surrounded by the natural wonder that is Niagara Falls, this KOA campground is the perfect spot for your next trip. Prime amenities await, like an outdoor drive-in theatre, K9 dog park, and a heated pool. Easily explore Niagara Falls with a helicopter or boat tour, enjoy a dinner show or a trip to the butterfly conservancy--all just a short trip away.
-Sault Ste. Marie KOA
Enjoy all that the Great Lakes have to offer at the Sault Ste. Marie KOA. This 74 acre Northern Ontario resort is perfect for your next getaway. Explore the scenery with a Soo locks tour, or a trip on the famous Agawa Canyon Tour Train. Golfing and ziplining are close by, too. If you’d rather stay put, the campground offers a variety of activities, including bike rentals, mini golf, and a children’s play area. Hook your RV or camper up to one of our numerous sites.
-Wawa RV Resort and Campground
For a more rustic nature experience, the Wawa RV Resort is the place to go. A true sportsman’s paradise, you can enjoy fishing, hiking and biking all around Lake Superior. While this may feel like a more rustic experience than the previously-mentioned facilities, you have nothing to fret about. Water and electric hookups are always available, as are laundry facilities and badminton courts, fire pits, and the outdoor heated pool. Connect with nature and unplug--Lake Superior Provincial Park and High Falls are just a short drive away. With Wawa RV resort, you’re never too far from your next adventure.
-Kawartha Trails Resort in Peterborough
If a trip to South Central Ontario’s Kawartha Lakes is in your future, this is the place to stay. The wooded campground is fully equipped with RV sites and even Wi-Fi! Sewer hookups mean you don’t have to worry about dump stations. There’re daily planned activities, as well as outdoor recreation like shuffleboard and horseshoes. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy a wide array of nature experiences like Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park, the Victoria Recreation Corridor, Balsam Lake Provincial Park, Petroglyphs Provincial Park and the Riverview Park and Zoo. You’ll find something for the entire family at Kawartha Trails Resort--where the fun always shines.
-Thunder Bay KOA
The Thunder bay region of Lake Superior has been a favorite vacation destination with travelers for many years. Enjoy all the comforts of home at this 2011 KOA “Kampground of the year”, like cable tv, wireless internet, laundry facilities and kitchens. You’re close to popular Thunder Bay attractions like the Fort Williams Historical Park, Kakabeka Falls, Blue Point Amethyst Mine, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park and so much more. Try one of their new deluxe patio sites. Book your trip now!

The freedom of traveling around in a CanaDream RV. Each campsite offers different views

Ontario weather
Like most northern destinations, Ontario’s weather can fluctuate greatly in the Fall. The province has seen snow in October, along with hot days and very cool evenings. The early part of Fall can even be quite rainy in some parts. Dress for the weather--always bring a jacket and dress in layers. Don’t forget your umbrella if you want to stay cool.
You know that a trip back to nature is good for the body and the soul. What are you waiting for? Take the trailer out today for an unforgettable Ontario camping trip! Don’t have one? Contact CanaDream and we’ll set you up for the perfect trip!

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