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Carol Ann Quibell

Carol Ann Quibell is an RVer currently living in beautiful British Columbia. She is a freelance writer and columnist who enjoys sharing her travel tips and information. You can view her websites online at and

Wells Gray Park: Canada’s true wilderness

(Photo courtesy of Destination BC/Andrew Strain)

Visitors seeking nature at its best will come in anticipation of wildlife viewing, camping, hiking, photography, white-water rafting, and canoeing – all without the crowds. There’s room for everyone here!

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Traveling to Manitoba? Pack your golf clubs!

Golfing at Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba

Bring your favorite golf clubs to Manitoba and explore the province as you travel the roads from one challenging golf course after another. With more than 125 courses to choose from, the difficulty may be deciding which ones to play and limiting yourself to just one region.

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Take a road trip to Saskatchewan

(Photo courtesy of Tourism Canada)

The first impression of Saskatchewan is wide open prairies, and a big expansive sky and that’s probably a good image of the province but its more than that. There’s history, culture, beauty and adventure to be found in Canada’s Province of Saskatchewan so bring your RV for a rare road trip this summer.

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Experience the festivals of Montreal this summer

(Photo courtesy of Destination Canada)

Expect the unexpected and you will be amazed at how unforgettable Montreal is from its wonderful French heritage to its famous year round festivals. Discover Montreal this summer and enjoy some of the wonderful festivals for the whole family.

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Stanley Park: A historic site in Vancouver, B.C.

Vancouver, BC Canada

Millions of visitors each year actually use the park for walking, picnicking, cycling and exploring. There’s no fear of being overcrowded with 1,000 acres, 17 miles of woodland trails, a five and half mile-long seawall, two freshwater lakes, and beautiful beaches -- all begging to be discovered.

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RVers experience Twillingate icebergs and ‘bergy bits’


Combine fresh air, a beautiful harbor, picturesque ocean views, whales, dolphins and a historic lighthouse and you’ll have a perfect day on Newfoundland’s Twillingate Islands. Even better – this is considered to be the absolute best place in the world to see massive icebergs.

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Active RVers love Nelson, British Columbia

Photo courtesy of Destination BC/Dave Heath.

Although the population of Nelson is just more than 10,000 residents, the atmosphere here is electric, colorful and vibrant. Whether your interests are inclined towards arts and culture, outdoor recreation, relaxation, historic sites, fine dining, or the theater there is something here for everyone.

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RVers enjoy Canada’s wildlife from coast to coast

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Whether searching for whales off the coast of British Columbia, free range bison in Saskatchewan, grizzlies in the Yukon, snow geese in Quebec or wolves in Ontario, there’s no doubt visitors are in awe by what they can see. Not only is Canada’s wildlife exceptional, their natural habitat is off-the-charts inspiring.

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