You've booked your RV trip and now it's time to fine tune the itinerary.  We can help you with that!!  Check out the Road Trip Planner section of our website to view destination information and suggested itineraries and discover the many places you may want to visit while experiencing Canada at your own pace.  Looking for campground information?   We’ve compiled a list of handy links to provincial and national parks to help you plan your next Canadian RV vacation. Links to private campground operators are also included. Be sure to check out our CanaDream Club listings for savings at close to 350 partner campgrounds across Canada.

Canada has three different types of campgrounds, all of which offer different reservation systems.
1. Provincial (provincially owned/operated by each province or territory)
2. National (Federally owned and operated by Parks Canada)
3. Private Campgrounds (individually owned and operated, typically around the main cities outside of the park systems).

When it comes to exploring the beauty and charm of Canada, the Atlantic provinces (comprising of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick) are all up there on the bucket list.  Often referred to as the Maritime provinces, this region offers a unique blend of stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality. RV road trips here provide surprises around each corner and there's plenty of camping options, from National and Provincial Parks to private campgrounds. Follow the links below to find your ideal campsite and make a reservation online.

Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Parks Reservation Service
Other Campgrounds

Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Parks
Nova Scotia Other Campgrounds

Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island National Park
Tourism PEI – Provincial Parks
Other Campgrounds  

New Brunswick
Parks New Brunswick
Other Campgrounds

Welcome to Central Canada! This vast region is home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes, vibrant cities, and rich cultural heritage in the country. From the stunning shores of the Great Lakes to the bustling streets of Toronto and the historic sites of Ottawa, Central Canada has something for everyone.

From the stunning architecture of Old Quebec City to the picturesque landscapes of Mont-Tremblant, there is something for everyone to explore and enjoy in this captivating province.
Sepaq (The Society of Outdoor Establishments of Quebec)  - CanaDream Guests receive a discount through the Canadream Club at Sepaq campgrounds.
Camping Quebec

As the most populous province in Canada, Ontario offers a diverse range of experiences and attractions for both residents and visitors. From the vibrant city life of Toronto to the natural beauty of Niagara Falls and Algonquin Provincial Park, there is something for everyone in Ontario.
Ontario Parks
Camping in Ontario
The Canadian Prairies - a vast expanse of land stretching as far as the eye can see. From rolling fields of golden wheat to endless skies that seem to touch the horizon, this region is a true natural wonder. But there's so much more to the Canadian Prairies than meets the eye. 

Manitoba holds a special place in the hearts of many Canadians. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast looking to explore its national parks or a history buff interested in its Indigenous heritage, there's no shortage of things to see and do in Manitoba.

Manitoba’s Provincial Parks
Park Reservation Service
Manitoba Other Campgrounds

Saskatchewan borders the United States to the south, Alberta to the west and Manitoba to the East.  Its southern plains are covered in grassland, and to the north are the rugged rock of the Canadian Shield plateau, which is composed mainly of coniferous trees, rivers and lakes. An RV road trip in Saskatchewan means wide open spaces and plenty of opportunity to outdoor recreation.

Saskatchewan Provincial Parks
Other Campgrounds
Western Canada is a region known for its stunning natural beauty and diverse landscapes. From the majestic Rocky Mountains to the picturesque coastal shores, this part of Canada offers a wealth of outdoor adventures and breathtaking scenery. 

From the majestic Rocky Mountains to the vast prairies and boreal forests, Alberta offers a wealth of outdoor activities and breathtaking scenery. Whether you're exploring Banff National Park, skiing in Jasper, or hiking in Kananaskis Country, there is no shortage of opportunities to connect with nature in this picturesque province. In addition to its natural wonders,

Alberta Parks
Other campgrounds

British Columbia
With its diverse landscapes ranging from rugged mountains to picturesque coastlines, British Columbia offers endless opportunities for outdoor adventures such as hiking, skiing, and kayaking. The province is also home to bustling cities like Vancouver and Victoria, where visitors can explore cultural attractions, dine at world-class restaurants, and experience the lively arts scene. 

BC Parks
Other Campgrounds
The Yukon Territory is a vast and breathtaking region in Canada's northwestern corner. Known for its rugged beauty and untouched wilderness, the Yukon offers a truly unique and unforgettable experience for adventurers and nature lovers alike. With its stunning mountain ranges, crystal-clear lakes, and abundant wildlife, it is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.

Territorial Park Campgrounds
View pdf map of Yukon Territorial Park Campgrounds

The state of Alaska borders British Columbia and the Yukon in Canada and is the 49th state to join the United States of America. Endless opportunities abound for exploring the great outdoors and experiencing Alaska Native culture.  Camping is second nature here with both private and state campgrounds dotted across the state.

Parks Canada has more than 10,000 campsites at its 40 National Parks across Canada.  Most campsites can be reserved in advance and we strongly recommend that you do so as campsites in the most popular destinations sell out months in advance.  Some locations offer a limited number of campsites on a first-come-first-serve basis throughout the year.  Check with the location you want to visit to see if this option is available at that park.  Note that many Parks Canada campgrounds have overflow parking lots where Guests can also stay overnight.  Freedom camping is not permitted in any national park.

Parks Canada Campgrounds

National Parks Reservations Service


Dubbed “the Airbnb of camping” by the media,  Campertunity is a website that connects RVers with private landowners who have space available for camping. It offers a unique opportunity for RVers to experience camping in different locations across Canada. Campertunity is a CanaDream Club partner.
KOA Campgrounds
CanaDream Guests receive a 10% discount when pre-booking their stay at any KOA campground.
Harvest Hosts - Membership site for RVers providing unique RV camping at 2000+ wineries, breweries, farms, museums and other unique locations across the USA and Canada.
Private RV Camping Locator - Here you can drag the map around to find the location you want to stay at and press the magnifying glass at the top of the page to toggle the search area where the map is placed.

Freedom Camping
Guests are welcome to stay in larger grocery store parking lots such as Walmart (where permitted) or even semi-truck stops.  Ensure there is no sign indicating "no overnight parking" and get verified permission to stay overnight with the operator/owner/manager of the property.

Freedom camping may be permitted on public land across Canada.  Freedom camping however is never permitted within a National or Provincial Park.

Be respectful of the environment when you choose to freedom camp.  Take all your rubbish with you and leave only your footprints.

Journie - CanaDream Guests qualify for fuel discounts at participating Pioneer, Fas Gas, Ultramar & Chevron stations when they register their Journie Rewards card online.  Journie Rewards cards are issued to every Guest travelling with CanaDream.
Gas Buddy - Find the best gas prices across the country with the click of a button. This trip planning feature will allow you to become familiar with local gas prices in Canada, to help you budget and estimate the RV fuel economy. Gas pricing in Canada is subject to change daily, and other factors may change the consumption rate of an RV, such as driving habits, terrain, etc.  Approximate fuel consumption for each of our RV types can be found in our RV specifications.


Sanidump Locations in Canada - List of user generated sanidump locations.  These are a guide only and availability of any particular location cannot be guaranteed.


Propane Fuelling Station Locator

Ferry Information

British Columbia
Nova Scotia, Maine, New  Brunswick & PEI
Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador
Northwest Territories & Yukon

Winter Campgrounds

RVing doesn’t stop when the snow starts but there are fewer campgrounds to choose from between October and early May. If your winter RV trip includes skiing or snowboarding at a ski resort,  some ski hills allow overnight parking on the hill while other resorts have winter campgrounds close by. 

Finding a Campground in Winter

Use the Interactive map below to learn more about the campgrounds that remain open for the winter season. The blue icons represent CanaDream Club partners, many of whom offer a 10% discount to CanaDream Guests. We recommend that Guests call ahead to confirm availability.

Winter Itineraries