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What we love about RVing in Canada

Dear fellow outdoor adventurers, First of all, we probably should’ve titled this post “What isn’t there to love about RVing in Canada?” We may be biased, but hundred of thousands of RVers who drive through Canada every year can back it up. Here are four things that we love about RVing in Canada: 1. The sights:…

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How to get your RV ready for summer

School will soon be out for summer vacation, and camping season will be ramping up quickly! Here are a few tips to de-winterize and get your RV ready for summer: Clean it: If your RV has been locked away all winter, chances are a few creepy crawlies might have made it their home. Thoroughly clean…

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Camping in Cranbrook: The Perfect KOA Campground

There are many roads between British Columbia and Alberta. Avoid the busy Trans-Canada Highway, take a scenic detour along Highway 3 (the Crowsnest Highway) in Southern BC, and make an extended pit stop for camping in Cranbrook, BC. Here are six reasons why you should spend a couple of nights camping in Cranbrook at the Cranbrook/St.Eugene KOA…

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Try these easy RV renovations that WOW

Feeling at home in a dank and dated camper is not an easy task. But with minimal effort and cost, these RV renovations will make over your rig and reinvigorate your love of camping: Furniture While bigger might’ve been better a few decades ago, now there’s a huge variety of compact, lightweight furniture on the…

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5 Reasons to rent an RV for Canada Day

July 1 feels like the official kick-off to summer. What better way to celebrate than to rent an RV for Canada Day and head to your fave spot? Here are five reasons why celebrating July 1st in a camper is the best: 1. It’s less expensive than hotels Staying in hotels is pricey. They often…

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How to fight fatigue on road trips

Vacations are the perfect time to kick back, relax, and take a little afternoon snooze…unless you’re driving! Here are a few tips to stay safe and fight fatigue on road trips in your RV: 1. Stretch: Get the blood moving by stretching between driving legs. A brisk walk, calf or ankle stretches, arm rotations, and…

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How to prep your renter for towing a trailer

Trusting a stranger with towing a trailer can be a hard pill to swallow. Even our Outdoorsy RV Owner Community has had concerns and questions. We’ve gathered insights from years of trial and error to help you out. Here’s what people who are experienced in renting out their rigs say about preparing your renter for…

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