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RV How To’s

  • Follow the Camper’s Code and be a Responsible and Safe Camper

    Practice Fire Safety - Parks Canada

    Store Food Safely, Don’t Litter and Practice Fire Safety are the next three easy-to-follow rules of the Camper’s Code. When outdoor enthusiasts abide by these rules, camping continues to be enjoyable for all, nature remains pristine and animals stay wild. Continue Reading

  • Be a Respectful Camper and Practice the Camper’s Code

    Pledge Sticker, BC Parks

    The Camper’s Code is a health and safety initiative comprised of nine easy-to-follow rules. When outdoor enthusiasts abide by these rules camping continues to be enjoyable for all, nature remains pristine and animals stay wild. Let’s examine three of these rules: Plan Ahead and Be Prepared, Respect Others and Respect Staff and Signs. Continue Reading

  • 7 Steps to Getting Your Camper or RV ready for the Camping Season

    Denali Trailer set up at Campsite

    We have had two days in a row of sunshine a couple times this month, and I like others who Camp/RV, are counting the days until our first trip. So, it’s time to plan the number of camping trips and prepare the trailer for the first outdoor adventure. Continue Reading

  • RV Trends and Purchasing Tips

    Ember RV

    Ember RV

    Camping and RVing are more popular than ever before and why people are choosing this lifestyle has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic. The RV industry has responded to this—and the demand to ‘go green’ and limit fossil fuel use—with practical and functional units and smart and efficient technology. These changes are impacting the long-term future of the RV industry. Continue Reading

  • 9 Steps To Winterizing Your RV

    Winterizing Your RV

    Winterizing Your RV

    For those new to RVing we offer a few important steps you need to take to ensure your RV will survive the colder winter season. Continue Reading

  • The Cost of an RV Vacation in Canada

    Family RV Rental

    Family RV Rental

    Where will you go RVing and for how long? Will you buy a trailer or motorhome or will you rent one, and how many travellers will there be? What about additional expenses such as insurance and storage? Continue Reading

  • Campers Etiquette – Is there such a thing?

    RV set up on campsite

    RV set up on campsite

    What is etiquette in a campground? Well, it’s the respect for others that starts upon your arrival at the Campground. It doesn’t matter who you are, how much money you have or do not have, what fancy toys you have – It is a respect for the fellow camper and the campground. Continue Reading

  • Planning Your First Camping Trip? Make it Easy

    Thompson Okanagan

    A good resource to help find all campgrounds (provincial, private, national and recreation sites) located throughout British Columbia is You can also make a reservation at some provincial parks at DiscoverCamping. For national parks go to Parks Canada Reservation Service. To reserve at a private facility, contact the individual campground. More information on Recreation Sites can be found at Continue Reading

  • Packing Your RV & Picking a Campground

    RV Consumer Shows a Great Place to Find New Camping Opportunities

    If you are new to RVing and have already decided on which RV will suit your family, you might need some tips on how to pack your RV and pick a campground. Continue Reading

  • First Time RVing In Winter – What To Know About Renting An RV

    Canadream RV at a campsite in the winter

    RVing in a campsite winter wonderland!

    My husband's family lived in the Arctic Circle before he was born, and his formative years were spent in Manitoba. So it should come as no surprise that he wants to go camping ... in the winter. I, on the other hand, don't really "do winter". I'm more of a rainforest girl. But I love to camp and amiss it all winter long. Enter the perfect solution, or so we hope ... a winter RV trip. All the adventure of camping, all the chill of winter, but with the comforts of home. Continue Reading