Go RVing Canada: RV tripping in Alberta

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Go RVing Canada: RV tripping in Alberta

  A quintessentially Canadian experience, hiring an RV means freedom to roam Alberta’s wide-open spaces and ge t off the beaten track.
  An RV-based road trip of Alberta can save  money as well as off ering a bespoke way  to see the    province. With the value of  the British pound uncertain, a value-led  holiday will be an attractive prospect for  many, but for some the idea of being in  the driving seat for their holiday will be  the biggest selling point.
  Canada is the perfect introduction to  this kind of holiday, with wide, safe roads,  English-language signs, and plenty of  high-quality campgrounds to choose from although you need to book well ahead  for the national parks. There’s a huge choice of RV operators in Alberta, all with multiple depots and a range of vehicles.
  An RV holiday can be tailored to almost  anyone, but how it’s sold will diff er. For  families it’s likely the value proposition,  while the kids will be excited by the idea of  a mobile home. Taking it with you means  that there’s no need for transfers or hotels  and you can stock up on provisions and  cook for yourself, saving the money you  would have spent on restaurants for  attractions and experiences.
  For couples, the romantic aspect is  obvious. Really hone in on the privacy  couples can expect and the chance to go  at their own pace whether that’s the  prospect of sitting out under the stars  every night with a glass of wine, beating the tourist crowds at major attractions by  setting off early or the freedom to change  their mind, sleep in or stay another day  and change the route.
  Younger travellers will love the savings –  it’s the best value way to spend the night  inside the national parks themselves,  where accommodation can stretch the  budget. But do mention the fact that RVs  off er the freedom to get off the tourist  trail and stop at that quirky small town  they pass through to take a picture.
Get your clients to Calgary or Edmonton  and from there the open road is waiting!
  For some alternatives to the well-trodden  routes around Banff and Jasper, suggest  the De Cho Trail, which runs north from  Edmonton to High Level, half way to  Yellowknife! This drive is a wilderness  adventure off ering the chance to spot  the Northern Lights and explore historic  sites which uncover the tough days of the  pioneers like Fort Vermilion Trapper’s  Shack. Clients can enjoy hiking, fi shing,  swimming and kayaking at spots such as  Fish RV Resort, explore Peace River while  staying at the Hidden Lake Mile Zero  Camper Park, or spot wildlife at Aspen  Ridge Campground in High Level.
  Alternatively, head south from  Calgary to the Alberta Badlands for  unique weather-whipped landscapes,  lakes and dinosaur fossils.
  Highlights are the Royal Tyrell Museum  and digging for bones at the UNESCO  World Heritage Dinosaur Provincial  Park. Classic RV stops include Dinosaur  Camping Car Park, nestled in a valley  by the Red Deer River, shaded by  cotton-wood trees and with its own  amphitheatre, or the Ross Creek RV  Park close to quaint Medicine Hat.

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