Archive for category: Canada

The Surprising Beauty of Newfoundland

Doug and JoAnn Dubrouillet can’t recall how they decided to visit Newfoundland – a raw, rocky island with a fierce, independent streak located just off the coast of Quebec, Can. But it was likely the good reviews they kept hearing from other RVers, who had nothing but raves for the unblemished simplicity of Canada’s easternmost province. The Dubrouillets were no […]

Exploring a Sublime Strand of National Parks in the Canadian Rockies

Last year, Richard and Donna Apple decided to pursue what they’d been told was “the most beautiful scenery in the world” with a trip deep into the Canadian Rockies. Ten thousand miles later, they weren’t disappointed. The Apples, who live in Western Florida, packed up their fifth-wheel, grabbed their two golden retrievers, shrugged at some of the highest diesel fuel […]

Into the Mist of Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is a legendary wonder, drawing millions of tourists with its rugged, accessible beauty and thundering, jaw-dropping power   The liquid wonder of Niagara Falls greets you before you ever see it – a billowing cloud of mist that boils on the distant horizon, only a hint of the dramatic spectacle that is to come. For once you are […]

The Wind Swept Wonder of Canada’s Maritime Provinces

For years, Chris and Lynn Holmes did their cruising on Chesapeake Bay in a 26-foot power cruiser (boat). Now, they’re land cruising. Since Chris retired three years ago, the couple gets their fix for adventure RVing. Extended road trips to Alaska and the American Southwest only whetted their appetites for more. Last summer, the duo pointed their fifth-wheel north, winding […]

Adventure along the Great Alaska Highway

For decades, the Alaska Highway has represented a road to adventure. But what was once a wild, treacherous drive has been tamed considerably over the years. The legendary highway still offers the unexpected: spectacular scenery, glimpses of wildlife, crazy curves, entire sections of missing asphalt, and roadways that have been known to buckle under seasonal frost heaves. Gary and Sandra […]

RVs & Alaska – Are Made For Each Other

It’s Nickname is “America’s Last Frontier,” and for Good Reason. A Person Could Spend Months Exploring Alaska’s Sights. Flying to Alaska and renting an RV is a great way to explore the 49th state without making the long drive to its border (and back). There’s no better way to amble about the state than in an RV that lets you […]