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Campervan Rental in Canada

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Campervan and Motorhome Rental in Canada

Snow-capped mountains, rocky coastlines, emerald lakes, and miles of untouched forest–Canada is the perfect place to connect with your inner adventurer. Rent a campervan or motorhome from Vancouver, Toronto, or Calgary to begin your unforgettable journey through the Canadian wilderness.

Canada National Parks

Canada is home to 37 national parks across 31 of the country's distinct terrestrial natural regions. This diverse parks system will allow you to walk among the geological remnants of tectonic turmoil, explore vast ice fields, and behold elk grazing on wildflower meadows.

Take your campervan or motorhome rental straight into the heart of the Canadian Rockies at Jasper National Park. Here, jagged peaks crown vibrantly blue glacial lakes that are home to a myriad of bashful wildlife. Enjoy hiking, biking, and, in the winter, skiing at this one-of-a-kind national treasure.

Just northeast of Vancouver is the remarkable Mount Revelstoke National Park where you can explore lush valleys, jaw-dropping summits, and even a world-famous ski jump. Drive your campervan or motorhome rental to the top of Mount Revelstoke for an exhilarating view of the Canadian backcountry.

Another option is to head north from Toronto to Bruce Peninsula National Park. Explore the intricate limestone caves or relax on the singing sands beach. Be sure to carve out time to spot the unique flora native to the park which includes nearly 40 species of orchids and 100-year-old trees hanging from rocky cliffs.

Canada Coastline, Lakes, and Rivers

Whether you're walking across the melodious white sands of Basin Head Beach or exploring the shores of the picturesque Yukon River, Canada's spectacular waterscapes are a memorable highlight on your campervan quest.

Canada has over 202,000 Km of coastline for you to explore in your campervan or motorhome rental. Rainforests and mountains act as the backdrop to golden beaches on Long Beach in British Columbia where, during the spring and summer seasons, you can catch a glimpse of the majestic grey whale migration. Wasaga Beach and Brackley Beach are also stunning locations to lay down a towel and soak up the sun.

As you drive your campervan or motorhome rental inland, check out Moraine Lake. A glacial lake that sits in a valley of ten peaks, this lake is nothing short of stunning. Paddle its turquoise waters or brave a dip from its alpine crested shore. 

Park your campervan or motorhome rental at the Garibaldi Lake trailhead and trek past wildflower meadows and cascading waterfalls to Garibaldi Lake. The lake itself is so serene it offers almost a perfect mirror for the towering peaks that surround it.

Campgrounds in Canada

Learning the ins and outs of campervan life is super important. Having your overnight accommodations set up beforehand is a great way to prevent unneeded stress on your great Canadian road trip. When selecting overnight accommodations, it's always a good idea to call ahead to a) check availability and b) ensure that they can accommodate your specific campervan or motorhome rental.

Many campgrounds can be booked up to 6 months in advance, while others operate on a "first come, first served" basis. Here are a few campgrounds to consider staying at when planning your trip: Alice Lake Provincial Park, Whistlers Campground, Redstreak Campground, and Campbell's Cove Campground.

For more tips on how to prepare for your campervan trip through Canada, check out the camping tips section on our Indie Campers blog .

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