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Choosing just one campground in Canada poses a challenge as the country has a diverse environment. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys hiking mountain trails, canoeing scenic lakes, or snow and cross country skiing, or even if you prefer surfing the waves, Canada has a campground to accommodate your needs.

Algoquin Provincial Park

Camping Alogoquin Park Canada

Several RV campgrounds are available within this Ontario park with accommodations for fifth wheels, travel trailers, Class A motor homes, Class B camper vans, and folding camping trailers. The campgrounds with electrical sites, flush toilets, showers, and beach include Lake of Two Rivers, Mew Lake, Pog Lake, Carnisbay Lake, and Rock Lake. Some of the campgrounds can even accommodate RVs over 32-feet. Algonquin Park offers plenty of activities including biking, canoeing, fishing, boating, skiing, whitewater canoeing, snowmobiling, and wildlife observation.

Canoe River Campground

Camping Canoe River Canada

Located at the foot of the Canoe Mountain in British Columbia, guests enjoy a peaceful and serene setting with impressive views. The campground has 114 sites – several along the river – with 15, 30, and 50 amp service, playgrounds, showers, and heated washrooms. They’re also minutes from Valemount, BC, with golfing, shopping, restaurants, hiking, fishing, and a local rodeo.

Sand Lake Campground

Sand Lake Camping Canada

Back in Ontario, you can enjoy Sand Lake campground where guests enjoy spectacular views of the 2,000 plus acre lake, a beach area for swimming, boat rentals, fishing, and a game room. The campground is just 5 minutes from Elgin where you’ll have access to grocery stores, restaurants, post office, laundromat, bowling alley, and pharmacy. Sites are available by the night, week, or season with the option of a basic site to one with water, dump station service, and 30 amp hydro power.

Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

Pacific Rim National Park Canada Camping

Meanwhile, back to British Columbia and the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Facing the open waters of the Pacific Ocean and bordered by the Vancouver Island Range, the park provides a wide range of activities from its lush rainforest to intertidal areas. Activities available include fishing, boating, biking, birding, surf kayaking, paddle boarding, kite surfing, and hiking. The Long Beach Unit is located inside the park with multiple camping options. Outside the park, there are several campgrounds nearby in Ucluelet and Tofino.

Traveling to Canada offers nearly endless activities from fishing to snow skiing. No matter where the road takes you, Coach-Net is along for the ride providing roadside assistance every mile of the way.

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