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RV Destinations To Add To Your Bucket List, This Summer

RV Destinations To Add To Your Bucket List, This Summer

Canada allows adventurers to traverse through a sprawling mosaic of geographic marvels that provide any traveller with enough sights and adventure to satisfy a lifetime's worth of wanderlust. A classic Canadian adventure is always a key turn away for any eager RVer ready to explore the True North Strong and Free through a never-ending offering of scenic waterfalls, Rocky Mountains, and crystal lakes. However, it's the same near-limitless locations that often make choosing a destination so tricky. This is why at RV Parts To Go; we've gathered a list of Canada's best RV destinations, so when it comes to planning your next trip, you don't have to worry about the "Where", only the "When". 

Algonquin Provincial Park (Ontario) 

What you'll see

If one travels to Algonquin Park, they will be met by a tapestry of vibrant parklands, serene lakes and scenic rivers that radiate a picturesque beauty only found in Canada. With a history as rich as its forestry, Algonquin is Ontario's first Provincial Park, remaining the quintessential destination for any travellers interested in getting connected with the outdoors at their own pace. 

What you'll do

Algonquin's abundance of lakes and rivers makes it a great place to indulge in various aquatic activities, ranging from fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. To top it off, its vast offering of hospitable greenery lends itself to those anxious to explore the forest through its many trails. 

Jasper National Park (Alberta) 

What you'll see

Jasper National Park is home to crystal blue lakes and lush forestry, all elegantly cocooned by the sweeping presence of the Rocky Mountains, truly making it one of Canada's crown jewels when it comes to National Park's. To sweeten the deal, it's home to the world-famous Columbia Ice Fields, where one can view the majestic beauty of the Athabasca Glacier.

What you'll do

Jasper's teeming wildlife and picturesque views make it the perfect destination to traverse its mountainous terrain, whether through a vigorous hike, mountain bike, or ski down its many slopes. 

Cape Breton Highland National Park (Nova Scotia)

What you'll see

Boasting a harmonious convergence of mountain and sea, Cape Breton allows its occupants to take in the view of the Atlantic Ocean along its stunning elevated coastline. Its incredible greenery is only rivalled by the ocean blue water that onlookers can watch crash into the Cape's auburn-coloured cliffs. A Canadian Park painted with the most vibrant colours; Cape Breton is a place any RV owner should have on their bucket list. 

What you'll do

Drive along the beautiful Cabot Trail roadway that circles the island, which provides one of the most scenic views of the Park. Or take in all the beauty with a hike through the forest and then end your day with a delicious seafood meal that the Cape is famous for. 

Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park (Saskatchewan)

What you'll see

Draped with a sea of sand that touches the horizon, this destination will make any traveler feel like they're walking across a desert as they march across its rolling dunes and take in the awe-inspiring demonstration of Canada's largest active sand surface. With Lake Athabasca right at the Park's shore, this destination is a visual marvel for those with an affinity for lake and land.  

What you'll do

Explore the Park's dunes and distinct ecosystem boasting plants that can only be found in Athabasca. Visitors can also turn to aquatic activities and participate in fishing along the beautiful water. 

Alice Lake Provincial Park (British Columbia)

What you'll see

Alice Lake is a beautiful destination known for its four freshwater lakes (Edith, Stump, Fawn and Alice), lush grassy terrain and gorgeous mountain view. Approximately 13km north of Squamish, this campground is a postcard come to life deep within the rich forestry of British Columbia that's perfect for the whole family. 

What you'll do

Indulge in its many activities, including swimming, picnicking, fishing, canoeing and stand-up paddle boarding. In addition, the Park offers rigorous hiking through the Four Lake Trail for those desiring more adventurous activities. 

The keys to an RV mean that adventure is never out of sight, and due to Canada's diverse topographical offering, there is always an exciting destination waiting for any traveller. Here at RV Parts To Go, we're happy to provide some locations so that your next trip can be about the journey and the destination. 

 

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