Join the RV wave and see what all the fuss is about! With RV depos in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Whitehorse, Montreal and Halifax, these on-the-go vacation “homes” are accessible from practically anywhere in the country. Plus, there’s a style for all types of traveler, from compact and comfy for two, to those large enough to fit young families and groups of friends. There’s no better time to consider an RV self-drive vacation through some of Canada’s most stunning landscapes. Here’s some inspiration on where to go …

British Columbia

Road to Atlin: Connecting the village of Atlin, BC, with the Tagish Road and the Alaska highway at Jake’s Corner, Historic Mile 866. A great choice for those interested in Gold Rush history, ghost towns, glaciers and warm springs. 

Stewart-Cassiar Highway/Kitwanga Junction: Junctions with Yellowhead Highway and travels north to junction with the Alaska Highway west of Watson Lake, Yukon Territories. An excellent drive for mountain scenery and wildlife viewing (especially black bears in spring).

Yellowhead Highway to Prince George : East-west route to several attractions in Alberta and British Columbia that connects with the East and West Access Routes to the Alaska Highway and the Cassiar Highway. Super scenic, with mountains, forest, farmland and lots of wildlife. 

BC Gold Rush Trail through Cariboo and Beyond: Starts at the Fraser River mouth in New Westminster and makes its way to Barkerville Historic Town & Park, following the trading route of the indigenouse people during the Gold Rush.

Alaska Highway in Northern BC: Starting at Dawson Creek, travel north to Fort Nelson, Muncho Lake, Liard River Hot Springs and, if you wish, right on into Yukon Territory. 

Alaska Highway: See above, and just keep going! The end of the highway is in Fairbanks, Alaska,  at mile 1520.

Salish Sea Coastal Route: A 360-mile journey with four ferry crossings through old-growth forest, charming harbor villages, spectacular beaches and eclectic communities. 

West Kootenays and Boundary Country: A journey through the undiscovered Kootenay-Boundary country, replete with mineral hot springs, alpine meadows, snow-capped peaks, waterfalls, beaches, heritage communities, Gold Rush ghost towns, arts and culture and historic sites. 

Canadian Rockies: Vancouver to the Rockies, with Hell’s Gate, Fraser Canyon, Kamloops, Mount Robson and more.

Coast-to-Coast on Vancouver Island (Vancouver to Tofino): A charming road trip through Vancouver Island’s countryside, seaside, grand forests and beaches. 


An iconic Alberta and Canadian Rockies RV trip should include (but is certainly not limited to!):

Lake Louise: The iconic, turquoise jewel of Alberta. Visit early in the morning to avoid the crowds.

Canmore: A delightfully outdoorsy hub with access to hiking, biking, skiing and rock climbing. And a great jumping-off point for exploring Kananaskis Country to the south.

Moraine Lake: Another jaw-droppingly beautiful, glacier-fed, blue-green lake with plenty of hiking opportunities. 

Parker Ridge: At Banff’s northern boundary, next to Jasper National Park, this steadily ascending trail to views of the Saskatchewan Glacier is worth the workout.

Banff: Take the Standish chairlift from Sunshine Village for epic alpine lake and wildflower-bedecked meadow views.

Athabasca Glacier: You’ll get close on the road in your Rv, but get even closer on The Glacier Skywalk or The Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure. 


Head here for inspiration on spectacular self-drive trips in these regions.


Plan an RV trip through Ontario to discover these intriguing and interesting destinations, at your own pace: 

  • Kakabeka Provincial Park: For its impressive falls and gorge 
  • Lake Superior Provincial Park: For its forested hills, lakes, streams, rivers and ancient Agawa Rock Pictographs 
  • Little Cove Provincial Park: For its beauty and serene nature, clear water for canoeing and swimming and for some of the best hiking trails in Ontario
  • Algonquin Park: To escape to nature - spot a moose; howl like a wolf
  • Killbear Provincial Park: For its namesake and to admire the long, rocky shoreline mixed with sandy beaches
  • Killarney Provincial Park: For its pink granite rocks and white quartz ridges of La Cloche Mountains for spectacular views, and its clear lakes.
  • Bruce Peninsula National Park: For one of the most iconic destinations in the province
  • Aguasabon Falls & Gorge: For the waterfall, gorge and white-sand Terrace Bay Beach
  • Pinery Provincial Park: For its sunsets.
  • Greig’s Caves: For 10 different limestone caverns

And more, including the Spirit Rock Conversation Area and the Muskoka Lakes.  


You’d be surprised what you can see throughout Quebec during a 14-day self-drive RV trip. Among the highlights are:

    Eastern Canada

    Canada’s eastern-most provinces are each bucket-list worthy destinations. With so many amazing places and people in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island, it is hard to decide on any one province. If you have the time and the resources, consider embarking on an epic Atlantic Canada RV road trip. Consider a grand Nova Scotia RV tour that includes the Lighthouse and Evangeline Trails, the Glooscap Trail, the Sunrise Trail, the Ceilidh and Cabot trails and Marine Drive, providing you with more than a taste, and instead a full immersion into all the province has to offer. 

    In Newfoundland, you'll not want to miss Gros Morne National Park, for its Long Range Mountains and fjords. And in New Brunswick, Kouchibouguac National Park with its barrier islands, sand dunes, lagoons, salt marshes and forests. Prince Edward Island is the perfect size for a 12-day circle tour, with a charming mix of lighthouses, gently rolling landscape, miles of sandy beaches and red sandstone cliffs.

    See Canada at your own pace on a self-drive RV trip. Let’s chat