Explore Banff, Alberta in an RV.

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About Banff, Alberta.

Banff is one of the world’s most stunning destinations, the perfect place to escape the crowds and dive into the RV lifestyle with all of the comforts of home. Nestled in the heart of the Rockies, you’ll have everything you could ever want for the ultimate family vacation. You can rent an RV in or near Banff itself, have it delivered right to you, or take the ultimate road trip to the Rockies from anywhere in Canada with full insurance.

RV Rentals Near Banff, Alberta

How to rent an RV for your trip to Banff.

  1. Sign up free, browse easily and find the perfect RV in Banff or near you.
  2. Contact the owner and learn more about their rig.
  3. Book your dates, arrange delivery and get ready to hit the road!

Discover Banff's Most Popular Destinations

With so much to do and see in Banff, we've compiled a list of the most popular destinations to go check out on your next RV trip. There really is something for everyone in Banff.

Banff Hot Springs

Try hot springs unlike anywhere else in the world with the Rockies right over your head. Feel the stress and weariness melt away in one of the coolest places you’ll ever visit, plus you can grab a very fancy lunch at the Fairmont!

Banff Gondola

Venice has got nothing on the Rockies. Take the most romantic gondola ride you could ever want, and never buy a diamond again. Get an incredible bird’s eye, 360 view of the stunning landscape - perfect for a day trip!

Lake Minnewanka

Camp and relax with the perfect rental RV by one of the most iconic lakes in the province. Go swimming, kayaking, fishing, or just relax all day and feel what it's like to be in pristine Canadian wilderness.

Johnston Canyon

This one is a can’t miss destination, no matter the time of the year. Stunning waterfalls and cliffs older than humanity itself surrounded by incredible Canadian wilderness. If you’re there in winter, don’t miss out on the Icewalk!

Cave & Basin National Historic Site

Treat the archeologist in you to one of the coolest day trips you could ever go on. Another of Alberta’s amazing winter destinations, it happens to be Canada’s first National Park. Get your cameras ready!

Lake Louise

When you see pictures of Alberta, chances are you’ll see the stunning blues of Lake Louise by the foot of the majestic Rockies. It’s because it’s a unique place to visit, uniquely Canadian and a sure entry into any serious bucket list.

Campground Suggestions from RVezy Owners

Who knows Banff, Alberta better than those who live near by? Here are some suggested campgrounds from our Owner Community.

Rose's Roadtrek

Two Jack Lakeside Campground

Spectacular sites on the lake. Not crowded as covid regulations in effect.

Book Ron's RV


Ron's Adventurer

Nature's Hideaway Family Campground

Private campground, family movies , live bands on the beach. Riverfront , swim/ beach area. Great hosts!

Book Ron's RV


Clay's RV

Sandy Point RV Park

Great spot, not far from the city. On the lake. Big beach with good fishing. Lots of amenities.

Book Clay's RV


Make Banff Part of Your Alberta RV Trip

You’ll never run out of things to do in Alberta, especially if you have the freedom that comes with a motorhome or trailer. Once you have a home on wheels to take you anywhere in the province, you’ll be able to do some world class skiing unlike anything else in the world. You’ll be able to see the Rockies and Alberta’s incredible wealth of natural beauty and unique camping. Whether you’re heading out from Calgary or Edmonton, or anywhere else in Canada, you can map out some incredible road trips that you’ll remember for a lifetime.

Banff, Jasper, and Canmore offer some of the world’s best attractions, boutique shopping, and restaurants. There's also thousands of trails for hiking and biking, plenty of pristine lakes to go swimming, and endless ways to go exploring outdoors, all while staying safe.

The Great Outdoors

See Canada’s incredible west in all of its glory. With an RV, you can get the best of Alberta’s best parks and campgrounds near iconic destinations like Banff, Jasper, and Canmore. You can get away from everything and make memories with loved ones while experiencing real freedom. With incredible National parks like Banff and Jasper, plus thousands of provincial or private campgrounds through this huge province, you’ll always be able to make your way out into nature to sleep under the stars and cook by your campfire, with a comfortable bed to sleep in and all of the comforts of home to keep you safe. RVing is the best way to get out there and do everything you really want to do: hike, go biking, swim, explore, ski - or just relax!

Convenience in Downtown Banff

Downtown Banff has a bunch of great business that can make your RV trip plenty more convenient. It's a great place to stop and refuel, stock up on groceries, and to shop for souvenirs and adventure gear.

Snowtips-Bactrax

Didn't bring any outdoor adventure gear on your trip to Banff? No problem, Snowtips-Bactrax has got you covered. With a range of equipment to suit any adventurer, they are located conveniently in downtown Banff.Visit their website to learn more.

IGA Banff

The Downtown Banff IGA has everything you need for the next leg of your journey. Fully stocked with a range of grocery items, you can be sure to find what your looking for.

The Best Routes to Banff

Drive from Calgary to Banff

Here’s our suggested route from Calgary to Banff using highways, or you can take the scenic route here. Along the way, you’ll want to gas up and pick up supplies. If you use the Google Maps tool you can have it show you stations, parking, and anything else you need along the way.

Drive from Vancouver to Banff

Here’s our suggested route from Vancouver to Banff using highways, or you can take the scenic route here. Along the way, you’ll want to gas up and pick up supplies. If you use the Google Maps tool you can have it show you stations, parking, and anything else you need along the way.

Drive from Edmonton to Banff

Here’s our suggested route from Edmonton to Banff using highways, or you can take the scenic route here. Along the way, you’ll want to gas up and pick up supplies. If you use the Google Maps tool you can have it show you stations, parking, and anything else you need along the way.

Drive from Kelowna to Banff

Here’s our suggested route from Kelowna to Banff using highways, or you can take the scenic route here. Along the way, you’ll want to gas up and pick up supplies. If you use the Google Maps tool you can have it show you stations, parking, and anything else you need along the way.

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