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RV Rentals in Regina, SK

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Discover Regina

One of Canada's fastest-growing cities, Regina is a must-visit when road-tripping across Saskatchewan. Often overlooked in favor of Saskatoon, Regina boasts a range of attractions, from the historic Government House to the educational Royal Saskatchewan Museum to the tranquil Last Mountain Lake. Grab a bite to eat in Cathedral Village, sample beers at local breweries, stroll through the Regina Floral Conservatory — Regina provides dozens of opportunities for an unforgettable vacation with your crew.

If you're looking to make the most of the great outdoors during your Regina RV rental, then visit during the summer when temperatures regularly exceed 25 C (77 F). Summer also welcomes some of the city's best events, like the Regina International Fringe Festival.

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RV campgrounds in Regina

One of the best RV Campgrounds near Regina is Indian Head Campground. Located under an hour's drive east of the city, Indian Head Campground offers pull-through sites with full hookups and 30- and 50-amp electricity. This campground is ideal for avid anglers, with the serene Qu'Appelle Valley and four fishing lakes a stone's throw from camp. Indian Head Campground is also pet-friendly and features an on-site dog park. During your visit, you'll have access to a few home comforts, like free Wi-Fi, showers, and laundry rooms.

If you'd prefer to camp lakeside, check out the campground at Echo Valley Provincial Park. This campground is situated between Echo and Pasqua lakes about an hour northeast of Regina. There's no shortage of water sports opportunities here, with two lakes ideal for fishing, swimming, canoeing, and more. Sites come with full or partial hookups that support 30-amp electricity. The campground is pet-friendly, and amenities include laundry facilities, showers, and a dump station.

Or, stay slightly closer to the city and spend the night at Regina Beach Campground. Situated on the edge of Last Mountain Lake, around 48 kilometres (30 miles) from Regina, this campground is sure to please you and your crew. Sites feature full or partial hookups with 50-amp electricity. There are lots of things to do near the camp, whether you're lazing by the lake, exploring the resort town of Regina Beach, or practicing your golf swing at the on-site driving range. Amenities include a grocery store, bathrooms, and a dump station.

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Things to do in Regina

As Saskatchewan's capital, Regina is a busy city, which may seem daunting to drive an RV around. While traffic in Regina isn't as bad as in some of Canada's major cities, Regina is home to some of the worst roads in Saskatchewan, so drive carefully. It's also worth noting that RVs can only park on the street in Regina for two hours at a time. If you want alternative modes of transportation, Regina Transit operates bus services across the city.

Don't miss out on visiting the Royal Saskatchewan Museum during your Regina trailer rental. One of the best museums in the province, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum aims to document regional natural history, from dinosaurs to early human settlers. One of the museum's highlights is Scotty, a Tyrannosaurus rex confirmed to be the largest and oldest dinosaur on the planet.

Regina is known for its historic buildings, and one of the best is Government House. Constructed at the turn of the 20th century, Government House was built as the residence and office of Saskatchewan's Lieutenant Governor. Despite plenty of changes over the last 100 years, the Government House has been restored to how it would've looked in Victorian times. Visitors can now tour the building, including the Edwardian Gardens and the Queen Elizabeth II Art Gallery.

Campers looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of the city for a while should spend the day at Wascana Centre. Covering 2,300 acres along Wascana Lake at the heart of the city, Wascana Centre boasts dozens of outdoor attractions and activities in the shadow of Regina's skyline. Go kayaking or canoeing across Wascana Lake, or spend your day watching for local bird species, including the red-winged blackbird, American robin, and gray catbird.

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