Motorhome rentals

Deluxe Van Camper

Offering a comfortable and functional interior with a kitchenette, spacious dining and sitting area, the DVC Deluxe Van Camper is the ultimate package. The DVC is the perfect RV rental for two people.
Sleeps 2 Adults
Sleeps 0 Children
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Features Include

  • Capacity: Sleeps 2 adults and 0 children
  • 4 seatbelts
  • Walk through
  • Rear Sofa Bed
  • Shower & Toilet
  • Furnace
  • Solar Panel
  • Generator Available



  • 4 seatbelts (2 in cab, 2 in coach)
  • Approx. 94L (25 US gal) fuel capacity
  • Automatic transmission
  • Gas (Petrol) engine
  • Power steering & cruise control
  • Length: 6.4-6.7m (21-22 feet)
  • Radio
  • Dash air conditioning

  • 2 burner propane cook top
  • No oven
  • Microwave
  • Cupboard space
  • 2-way refrigerator/freezer
  • Sink with hot and cold water
  • 18-45 litre propane tank

  • Auto ignite water heater
  • 12/110V electricity
  • Auto ignite furnace
  • Window screens
  • Private bathroom with toilet, shower and sink
  • 109L (29 US gal) freshwater tank
  • Deep cycle RV coach battery

  • Sleeps 2 adults
  • 1 queen sofa bed 68" x 76" (172 x 193cm)

Instructional Videos

  Our Instructional Videos are available for viewing in German, French, Dutch and English.

Full length version »
Monitor Panel »
Fresh Water Fill and City Water Hookup »
Lighting the Stovetop »
Propane »
Operating the Generator »
Operating the Furnace »
Operating the Roof Air Conditioner »
Oil and Gas »
Operating the Fridge »
Making the Sofa into a Bed »
Hot Water System »
Electrical Hookup »
Breakers and Fuse Box »
Emptying the Black and Grey Water Tanks »

Floor Plans

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It's compact but has plenty of room for two people to sit and dine during the day.

Note that floor plans may vary within each vehicle category.


The spacious sitting and dining area converts to a comfortable queen size bed for sleeping.

Note that floor plans may vary within each vehicle category.

Don't take our word for it

See what others have to say about their RV vacations in Canada in our DVC Deluxe Van Camper.

Drive Safely in North America

View our video for tips about driving safely as you experience Canada and North America at your own pace.  Our video is available in English, French and German.

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Brochures and Guides

Browse through our Guest Experience Brochure to choose the vehicle that's right for your RV vacation.

Refer to our Guest Guide for information about driving and operating your RV.

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Travel Tips

Download the Canadream Club App!

The Canadream Club App can be downloaded through iOS or Android devices. It will allow you to communicate with CanaDream and access CanaDream Club discounts.

Managing the resources of the RV

Check Monitor Panel readings regularly. Careful usage and monitoring of RV resources as you use them avoids problems. Always be aware of the rate at which you are using fresh water, propane, available 12 Volt power and waste tank capacity. 

Read the pump! Know your fuel!

The RV has a gasoline/petrol or diesel engine. DO NOT FILL IT WITH THE WRONG FUEL!


Be aware of obstacles inside and outside of the RV when operating the slide. Do not, under any circumstance, drive with the slide in the OUT position. 


RVs are much taller than conventional vehicles. At least 3.7m (12 feet) of clearance is required. There are units on the roof such as the air conditioner, solar panels and vents that add height. Consider height when approaching: gasoline/petrol stations, under passes, tunnels, bridges, toll booths. The RV will not fit in parking garages or in drive-thru windows.

Always use a spotter!

Before getting in the driver’s seat, always observe the area around the RV. A car, bicycle, person or tree branch may be behind, near the top, or beside the RV and remain unseen until it’s too late. There are blind spots that must be checked when parking or backing up.

Tail Swing

The RV has a larger turning radius and will require more room than an automobile. Always reduce speed before turning and watch for tail swing.


Always schedule the next Sani-Dump before reaching full. Using the campsite or other public facilities will extend the time between draining the tanks.