6 Places to Visit this Fall in Your RV - Blog
Fall is often the perfect time to go camping. It’s not too hot, and the cold hasn’t set in yet. This means you can experience the beauty of nature in transition – trees changing from green to red, yellow and brown, cooling temperatures, animals preparing for migration and hibernation. So, if you’re an RV owner, and you’re wondering where to go for a fall getaway, take a look at these six destinations guaranteed to give you the best of the season:
Killarney Provincial Park
One of the most gorgeous fall destinations is right here in Ontario. And, it’s open to RVs all year around. You can sit outside your camper and enjoy one of the most stunning fall landscapes the country has to offer. Or, if you’re a hiker, put on your boots and hit the 80 km La Cloche-Silhouette Trail.
Nopiming Provincial Park
Manitoba is home to this excellent fishing spot. Nopiming boasts around 700 lakes, all well-stocked. It’s also a great place to just park the RV and soak up some nature before the weather becomes less hospitable.
Prince Edward Island National Park
Grounds in either Cavendish or Stanhope will accommodate your RV with no problem. And, you can stop by the Covehead Harbour Lighthouse, one of the park’s most famous landmarks. If you enjoy bird watching and open-air picnics, fall is the perfect time of year to do both, either at the lighthouse or anywhere along the 50 km worth of trails.
Waterton Lakes National Park
This breathtaking Alberta park gives you the best of both the open prairies and the Rockies, with plenty of deer and birdlife around. If you are planning to take bikes, you will have found the perfect spot and will be spoiled for choice with the trails available to you. Of the four campgrounds, only Town Site and Belly River are open for RVs.
Parc National du Mont-Tremblant
So, we’ve covered biking, hiking and bird watching. But, if you’re a canoe lover then this is the place for you. Load up your canoes and head for this Quebec gem, the biggest in the province, which offers six rivers and 400 streams and lakes.
Algonquin Provincial Park
There are few places in Canada where you can appreciate the full arboreal splendour of fall as much as you can at Algonquin. There are plenty of places to park your RV in the park’s eight campsites, and you can sit back and drink in the sight of the rolling maple hills bursting into all shades of autumnal colour. Definitely worth the trip.
If you’re not yet an RV owner and you’re eager to enjoy these fall destinations, let us set you up with the perfect camper – maybe a new or used luxury Keystone Cougar fifth wheel – or whichever model suits you.