Many young families have turned to RVing as a great way to reconnect with family and explore the hidden Canadian gems that are in our very own back yard! In fact, more people own RVs in Canada than they do cottages or go skiing, with 14 per cent of Canadian households owning RVs compared to 10 per cent who own cottages. If you’re one of those Canadians who don’t want to stay in one spot this summer, check out our top 10 places you must see by RV.
This summer, whether you choose a staycation to visit local attractions or plan a cross-country holiday road trip, it is no secret that kids and cars don’t always get along. Travelling can be tiring and children can get bored pretty quickly, so it helps to plan ahead before you hit the road. Here are the travel necessities you need to keep everyone cool and comfortable, and avoid meltdowns while motoring.
Autumn is here, the kids are back in school, extracurricular classes are starting up again and families are busy. Camping, hiking and traveling seem like distant memories as we pack the tent away for another year and store the beach gear in the basement. Don’t put your hiking boots away just yet, though. I have three trips for you to do this fall that should be done at least once in your lifetime, if not every year.
Summer vacations in British Columbia (BC) are among the most cherished of Albertan traditions, and it’s easy to see why. The drive through the mountains is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world. There are no borders to cross and the diversity of climate and landscape across the province means that there are a million different things to do. It can be hard to narrow down what to do in such a huge and exciting province, but we’ve got some ideas to help you start your own BC traditions today!
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