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Best Places in Canada to Camp

02.13.2011 · Posted in RV Resorts, Parks & Campgrounds

It’s time to start gearing up for another season of recreational vehicles and outdoor living, and we’d like to hear your stories. If you have photographs or travelling stories you are willing to share and have published, email sepratt@edmontonjournal.com.

So when you have your recreational vehicles cleaned up, lubricated and ready to go, where exactly are you going to go? Go RVing Canada recently completed its Top 11 Spots to Go RVing in Canada promotion, which commemorated each province’s top destination to Go RVing. The winning regions were selected by hundreds of submissions received by Canadian travelers through Go RVing Canada’s recent Top 100 Spots to RV in Canada Centennial Contest.

Go RVing Canada, in partnership with the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) of Canada and the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC), launched a month-long contest in honour of the RV Centennial. This contest engaged RV enthusiasts from across Canada, encouraging them to submit their favourite spot to RV in the country for a chance to win an Apple iPad.

“These top Canadian RV destinations definitely earned their votes,” says Go RVing Canada Spokesperson Angele Lapointe. “This contest has made us realize how lucky we are as Canadians to have unlimited access to such beautiful sites. We are positive this event has inspired people to go on their own RV adventures and explore our amazing country for themselves!”

The Top 11 spots to RV in Canada are:

1. Kluane Lake, Yukon

2. Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, British Columbia

3. Banff National Park, Alberta

4. Douglas Provincial Park, Saskatchewan

5. Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Manitoba

6. Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario

7. Gaspesie, Quebec

8. The Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia

9. Fundy National Park, New Brunswick

10. Twin Shores Camping Area, Prince Edward Island

11. Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador

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