Smith's RV Centre Blog
- 0 0Published on May 19, 2016
By: Jordan Brandes
Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and with wide-open spaces, it is the ideal place to explore in your mobile home. With summer upon us, now is the perfect time to take advantage of all of the luscious and unique camping the country has to offer.
While there are literally hundreds of spots to check out, we thought we would make it easy by picking our absolute favorites.
With plenty of room to explore, during its peak season there are 2, 468 sites located on 13 campgrounds for travelers to visit. When taking your mobile home Tunnel Mountain is probably your best bet to set up camp and explore the Rockies. Rates tend to be in the $30-$40 range per night and reservations are recommended, especially during peak periods.
Lake Avenue has 28 acres of secluded parkland with more than 800 ft of shoreline across East Lake. The campground offers ample space for hiking, fly fishing, swimming or relaxing on the beach. Open seasonally May 1- October 31.
Located in British Columbia, Brannen Lake is on 40 acres of wide open land with 110 acres of lakefront just across from the campsite. The site includes swimming, hiking trails, a wharf, general store, hot showers, flush toilers, laundry and a playground for the kids.
A year-round camping destination, the campground is large enough to handle any sized mobile home that may arrive. Reservations are highly recommended for the as it does tend to fill up fast. Firewood is included with all campground reservations once a fire permit has been purchased. Bear proof lockers are available as well to keep food safe during your stay.
Bruce Peninsula National Park is a national park on the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada. Located on a part of the Niagara Escarpment, the park comprises 156 square kilometers and is one of the largest protected areas in southern Ontario, forming the core of UNESCO's Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve. The park offers opportunities for many outdoor activities, including hiking, camping, and bird watching. The park has trails ranging in difficulty from easy to expert, and connects to the Bruce Trail.
Bruce Peninsula National Park also offers visitors vistas to view either the sunrise or sunset, the rocks of the Niagara Escarpment, and the wildlife, which includes black bear, many species of birds, wild orchids, massasauga rattlesnake, and much more.
Truth be told, these locations barely scratch the surface of what this country has available during your visit. Canada is a country full of surprises and the best way to find them is to discover them yourself out on the open road.
Be sure to stop by Smith's RV Centre to get hooked up with all of the best camping gear and specials on RVs to make sure your next adventure is absolutely perfect! Take a look at all of our units under $10,000 today!