We guarantee you, an expedition to Canada will not dissatisfy you. Travelers, new and old, usually fall in love with the charm and diversity of Canada as they travel and make a swing in the southern and northern provinces. Enjoy Victoria, British Columbia, which has mastered English beauty, or be prepared to get charmed to the French speaking province of Quebec. As you make your way to Canada, you can start by comparing campervan, motorhome, and RV rentals in Canada here. Make sure to book the right one that properly suits to your style early to save big. If you need further assistance or want more information, simply contact our customer care team to help you get your dream camper hire!
RV rentals are available from the following locations across the country:
Lake Louise Campground, whichlies at 1E0, Fairview Rd, is near to local attractions and provides stunning mountain views, and an entry to hiking and biking trails. If you want to experience the modesty and cost savings of tent-living, then this RV park is the ideal place for you. The RV section of the campground has electrical hookups. Other facilities include picnic tables, flush toilets, showers with hot and cold running water. Or if you want to experience a few moments of serenity via camping , visit Parks Canada oTENTik and enjoy tremendous mountain views with ease and satisfaction.
Jasper National Park, which was built in 1907, covers about 11,000 square kilometres, making it the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, Campers will appreciate the laid-back mountain town which offers easy and fast entry to magnificent peaks, limitless outdoor adventure, as well as natural wilderness and rich wildlife. And while nearly 97 per cent of the park's surrounding is untouched, you will still discover and find trail networks along with your favourite amenities right at your fingertips.
Cathedral Provincial Park, which is situated between the dense and wet forests of the Cascade Mountains (just north of the U.S.A. border) and the desert-like Okanagan Valley, is a famous provincial park in British Columbia. The park, which offers stunning mountain peaks, is also referred as Cathedral Provincial Park and Protected Area. It can be reached via Highway 3, just three kilometres west of Keremeos. If you are looking for a great place for hiking, Cathedral Provincial Park is a wonderful place to go. Campers will surely enjoy taking a rugged ride or an extreme hiking to the park.