With so many stunning and varied landscapes, as well as a plethora of both provincial and national parks, there’s no shortage of incredible campsites in Alberta.
Each Province & Territory has it's own rules when it comes to camping in the age of Covid-19. Find out how each province is dealing with campers in Federal as well as Provincial and even Private campgrounds.
As you are no doubt aware, there is a new pandemic sweeping across the globe. It is called Covid-19. So we were talking and wondering just how this new virus will impact RVing.
If you live in, or have travelled to, the Okanagan in south central British Columbia, then you know how beautiful a location it is. In fact, it’s so well known that most campgrounds and RV parks are booked solid months before the spring and summer camping season begins. But there are a few “hidden gems” – campgrounds which may not be as well known – which can offer the same (or superior) amenities and relaxation as some of the larger more well-known campgrounds in the area.
Are you considering heading to California for a trip? Did you know that the state of California offers a free travel guide that you can download? Click here to learn more.
Did you know that the Government of Canada offers a bunch of free swag? Learn more about what you can get here. Links to those products provided in the article.
Parks Canada is raising rates on some national parks and is considering rates for some activities within those parks.