How to travel, stay safe, and support local economies with an RV in 2020.

Apr 28th 2020

We are very optimistic that the camping and RVing season is just around the corner! We’re keeping a close eye on all of the destinations we know Canadians want to visit, so we thought we’d give you an easy-to-use resource for keeping up to date with each province’s parks and destinations. You can stay safe now and do extra planning and research.

NOTE: You'll find that lots of private campgrounds and resorts throughout Canada are only accepting motorhomes and trailers, as tent camping does not provide the necessary amenities to stay safe. With a rented RV, you'll be able to travel with full peace of mind.

While planning and booking a trip in 2020 may prove a little tricky, you can be ready for it now and have the best itinerary and deal possible!

Once many of the campgrounds and parks throughout Canada open up, which may be as soon as a few weeks away depending on your province, you’ll be able to get rid of the cabin fever by seeing your amazing country in the best way possible - in the perfect motorhome or trailer.

It will be incredibly important to support local economies all over Canada. What better way to do this while staying safe than in an RV?

Travelling in an RV will allow you to have full control of your vacation. This means you can keep your family safe while relying on the comfort of a fully stocked RV, including kitchen and washrooms, big comfy beds, plenty of storage room for toys and gear, and much more.

With convenient addons like delivery and a little extra preparation, you’ll be able to maintain social distance as much as needed, whether it’s between campgrounds or private sites throughout the country.

RVs are the best way to keep on making amazing memories with family and friends while really enjoying nature. You can rent something perfect for any type of trip, whether you’re two looking for a romantic road trip or a big family looking to glamp in style.

Check out your province below, or look up your next dream destination to get all of the information and resources available.

Remember, the best way to book your next trip is to stay up to date with developments and updates from official sources!

You can also plan your trip to a private campground or somewhere like a family home where you can hook up on the driveway or property and abide by the province’s official guidelines. We’ve tried to find these resources for you as well, but make sure you double check!


British Columbia

Here are some private RV campgrounds you might want to check out!

Check out these websites frequently to keep up to date on official openings or announcements.


Alberta

Some campgrounds to checkout:

Check out these websites frequently to keep up to date on official openings or announcements.


Saskatchewan

You can start making reservations at these RV campgrounds:

Check out these websites frequently to keep up to date on official openings or announcements.


Manitoba

Some campgrounds and resorts to check out:

Check out these websites frequently to keep up to date on official openings or announcements.


Ontario

Campground to book now:

Check out these websites frequently to keep up to date on official openings or announcements.


Quebec

Check out these websites frequently to keep up to date on official openings or announcements.


New Brunswick

Some campgrounds and resorts to check with:

Check out these websites frequently to keep up to date on official openings or announcements.


Nova Scotia

Start your planning by checking when these campgrounds will be open:

Check out these websites frequently to keep up to date on official openings or announcements.


Newfoundland

Some campgrounds to start your search:

For updates and information:


PEI

Here are some options for RVers in PEI:

And some links for info:


Stay up to date by checking in with us here, or any of the links above!

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