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Thursday, November 18, 2010

Top 11 Canadian RV destinations

Banff


Go RVing Canada concluded its Top 11 Spots to Go RVing in Canada promotion, which commemorated each province’s top destination to Go RVing. The winning regions were selected by hundreds of submissions received by Canadian travelers through Go RVing Canada’s recent Top 100 Spots to RV in Canada Centennial Contest.

Go RVing Canada, in partnership with the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) of Canada and the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC), launched a month-long contest in July in honour of the RV Centennial. The contest urged RVers from across Canada to submit their favourite spot to RV.

Kluane Lake
“These top Canadian RV destinations definitely earned their votes,” says Go RVing Canada Spokesperson Angèle Lapointe. “This contest has made us realize how lucky we are as Canadians to have unlimited access to such beautiful sites. We are positive this event has inspired people to go on their own RV adventures and explore our amazing country for themselves!”

The Top 11 spots to RV in Canada are:


Pacific Rim
· Kluane Lake, Yukon

· Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, British Columbia

· Banff National Park, Alberta

· Douglas Provincial Park, Saskatchewan

· Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Manitoba

· Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario

Fundy
· Gaspésie, Québec

· The Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia

· Fundy National Park, New Brunswick

· Twin Shores Camping Area, Prince Edward Island

· Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador

2 comments:

  1. If you haven't driven from Smithers to Prince Rupert, BC, you have missed a rare experience of beauty! If you are going to Alaska via highway 16, known as the Yellowhead, don't turn at the Meziaden turn-off (#37) but keep going west. Then on the way back you can go "way up north" via #37.

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  2. If I remember right, the first picture shows
    Moraine Lake situated near Lake Louise and its definitely not Banff some 40 Miles South of this location.

    Happy RVing !

    Gilles

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