Discover the secrets of Ontario

Discover the secrets of Ontario Ontario bursts with iconic landmarks, natural wonders and spectacular man-made creations. Algonquin Provincial Park has an abundance of wildlife, hiking trails and canoe routes. Alonquin Park In the summer visit Sandbanks Provincial Park. See the sand dunes along the freshwater bay, a good base for exploring Prince Edward County. Visit by Campervan, Motorhome or Truck Camper. Special discounts for booking early: Discounts on Canada campervan and motorhome rental The CN Tower is no secret, but the EdgeWalk goes beyond the expectations of most. Stand on the edge of the third tallest building in the world and lean over Toronto to take in the unparalleled views of Lake Ontario beneath. Ontario’s Top 10 Adventures

Canada RV road trip – Edmonton to Calgary

Canada road trip – Edmonton to Calgary. This adventure will take you approximately – 486 km (302 miles).   Life on central Alberta’s Boomtown Trail is full of surprises. The trail’s two main highways, 21 and 56, form a long rectangle between New Sarepta in the north and Bassano in the south. It’s the perfect route to discover the boomtown architecture found in many of Alberta’s small towns built during Canada’s railway expansion at the turn of the century. Be sure to explore the many historic attractions, regional museums and quirky sights along the way. EDMONTON Before leaving Edmonton spend some time discovering the city’s rich history. Hop on a beautifully restored vintage streetcar for a scenic tour that crosses over the High Level Bridge, above the North Saskatchewan River. Then, step back in time at Fort Edmonton Park – a huge living history park in the Edmonton River Valley. Discover … Continue reading

Going to Banff? Then call in on Canmore.

Going to Banff? Then call in on Canmore. SPOTLIGHT ON: CANMORE Must Sees Looking for the “real” Canada?  If you are travelling to Banff then calling in on Canmore will not disappoint. Canmore is a truly authentic Canadian mountain town with a diverse population including Olympic athletes, Everest summiteers, authors and artists. Head downtown for a relaxed vibe and buzzing program of festivals and events – and browse Main Street for incredible art galleries, unique shopping experiences and a world-renowned restaurant scene. Canmore Nordic Centre The host site for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games Nordic events, this sports centre and surrounding park offers cross country skiing, biking and hiking, disk golf and orienteering. The centre is a 90-minute drive from Calgary’s airport and just five minutes from Canmore. The Three Sisters These three iconic peaks can be seen from almost any location in Canmore and are among the most photographed … Continue reading

Nova Scotia An RV Road Trip to Remember.

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Visit Nova Scotia on your next RV Road Trip of Canada Visit the Lighthouses of Nova Scotia. Sometimes you just need a good excuse for an RV Road Trip.  This is a trip to remember. Travel around an island. This is the best one yet for visiting Nova Scotia. There are plenty of campsites available to park up your RV while on this magnificent road trip. Check out this link here: Campsites for Campervans and RV’s in Nova Scotia Today, lighthouses continue to dot the coastlines of Nova Scotia from Cape Forchu to Louisbourg. The Nova Scotia Lighthouse Preservation Society maintains a list of lighthouses on their website, including ones that are open to the public.  The Nova Scotia Tourist Board Recommends: The Nova Scotia Tourist Board recommends the Eastern Shore for a Nova Scotia RV road trip.  They have a list of the highlights to see on this RV Road … Continue reading

Canadian Badlands worth a trip.

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 Travel the Canadian Badlands in an RV. The driving times listed below are estimates based on distance and the type of road between destinations. These times may vary based on road condition, weather, and construction. Please check Alberta Motor Association (AMA) Road Reports for up to date road conditions. Driving Distances From Calgary To Distance Time Brooks 192 kms 2 hrs 10 min Cluny 111 kms 1 hr 20 min Drumheller 143 kms 1 hr 30 min Hanna 220 kms 2 hrs 35 min Lethbridge 209 kms 2 hrs 30 min Medicine Hat 295 kms 3 hrs 10 min Milk River 307 kms 3 hrs 15 min Oyen 330 kms 3 hrs 45 min

Tour Labrador Canada in a Campervan, Motorhome or RV

Tour Labrador in an Campervan, Motorhome or RV. Hire one from Guide to Labrador How to Get To Labrador by Road Road Travel There are two options by which road travellers may reach Labrador. One of these options provide entry to coastal Labrador via ferry service from the Island of Newfoundland. The second option provides road access to Labrador West through the neighbouring Province of Quebec. Option 1: From Newfoundland via the MV Apollo Newfoundland and Labrador are separated by a body of water called the Strait of Belle Isle. A ferry service operates across this strait from St. Barbe, Newfoundland to Blanc Sablon, Quebec. Blanc Sablon is located just a few minutes drive from Quebec-Labrador border. This auto/passenger ferry service is operated by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Accordingly, road travellers may: Drive the paved highway in northern Newfoundland (the Viking Trail) to St. Barbe; Embark on the MV Apollo for the 90-minute … Continue reading

See the bison and Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump on your trip to Alberta, Canada

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Check out this itinerary in Alberta: Ten-day heritage tour of Alberta includes seeing herds of free-roaming bison, ancient glaciers, backcountry alpine lodges, emerald mountain lakes and old west historical villages. Night 1/2 Spend the first night in Edmonton to explore the downtown arts district, theatres, concert venues, city hall square and the new Art Gallery of Alberta. Less than an hour east of the city is Elk Island National Park, home to herds of free-roaming bison. For centuries, these great furry beasts were at the centre of aboriginal culture before they were hunted almost to extinction. Trails wind through open meadows where bison graze and cross floating boardwalks on top of beaver ponds (kids love that). Your clients may also spot moose, deer, elk and over 250 species of birds. Right next door is the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, a living history museum that tells the story of eastern European … Continue reading

Oklahoma in the fall – Autumn colours

Take a peep at Oklahoma’s autumn colours Oklahoma might not be the first state that comes to mind when it comes to fabulous autumn colours but each year the state is set ablaze by autumn’s golden hues. And alongside the vibrant colours and glorious autumn foliage are a host of family-friendly festivals. Visitors can enjoy a scenic drive through one of the prime foliage areas, or hike through an outdoor recreational area, watching as the autumn leaves seem to change colours before their eyes. Key routes for leaf peeping include the Talimena National Scenic Byway, in south-eastern Oklahoma, where you can drive across the tops of ancient mountains and marvel at the breathtaking vistas as you overlook miles of rolling hills set ablaze with spicy autumnal colours. Visitors can discover the unique history behind the mysterious Viking carvings at Heavener Runestone Park or enjoy a hike through the golden foliage … Continue reading

Ontario’s Top 10 Adventures!

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Ontario’s Top 10 Adventures! White Water Rafting, Ottawa River White water rafting has to be the number one sport for good, clean, terrifying fun, and when you’re not shrieking with excitement you can take in the stunning Canadian wilderness from the Ottawa River – one of the top five white water rafting locations in the world!  It’s easily accessible from the Canadian capital – trips start as near as just an hour and a half from Ottawa. Canoeing, Algonquin Park Algonquin Park is almost 3,000 square miles, which is bigger than Lincolnshire – and there are 950 miles of canoe routes. There’s only one road going through the park and motorboats are restricted to a few lakes. So canoe really is the best way to explore. You’ll see unspoiled lakes and rivers, diverse wildlife and unique forests where northern conifers and southern hardwoods meet. Hiking, The Bruce Trail. The Bruce … Continue reading