Traveland RV Blog

  • Working From Your RV

    Working From Your RV

    Working from your RV in this day and age is probably the easiest it has ever been! Check out our tips to work efficiently on the road.

  • De-Winterize Your RV and Spring Cleaning Tips

    De-Winterize Your RV and Spring Cleaning Tips

    Just as it is important to winterize your RV at the end of the camping season, it is also important to de winterize and prepare your RV for the upcoming season each spring!

  • Types of RV’s – Which Is Best For You?

    Types of RV’s – Which Is Best For You?

    RVs are great for taking your camping adventures to the next level. But which type will suit your needs the best?

  • Just Keep Paddling!

    Just Keep Paddling!

    Paddling is an awesome activity that pairs perfectly with a camping trip! You can paddle in lakes, rivers, ponds or even the ocean!

  • Great Hikes In British Columbia

    Great Hikes In British Columbia

    BC is the perfect place for people who love to hike! Our list below offers hikes of varying difficulty located all over British Columbia.

  • Great Hikes In Alberta

    Great Hikes In Alberta

    Alberta is home to many hikes throughout Canada’s legendary Rocky Mountains. Don’t miss out on these stunning hikes!

  • RV Campfire Safety

    RV Campfire Safety

    A camping trip isn’t complete without a good campfire, but we often use fire in our daily lives too!

  • Wildlife Encounters While RVing

    Wildlife Encounters While RVing

    While camping is a great way to get out of your home, it also throws you directly into another’s.

  • Driving a Motorhome for the First Time

    Driving a Motorhome for the First Time

    Make safety a priority and keep reading for key things to keep in mind when driving a motorhome for the very first time.

  • Camping First Aid Kit

    Camping First Aid Kit

    A properly equipped camping First Aid Kit should always be on your packing list for your RV Adventure.

  • The Bugs Blog

    The Bugs Blog

    Camping with bugs is pretty much a guarantee! Be prepared with these tips and tricks for every kind of crawler, biter or flyer.

  • A Guide To Fitting And Finding Hiking Gear

    A Guide To Fitting And Finding Hiking Gear

    Footwear, clothing and equipment is incredibly important to a hiker. It is difficult to escape ill fitting equipment on a hike.

  • How To Build The Perfect Campfire

    How To Build The Perfect Campfire

    The best camping moments always happen around a campfire. But there are many different ways to build the perfect campfire!

  • Campground Etiquette

    Campground Etiquette

    We asked campers about their campground pet peeves to help you avoid being “That Guy” at your next campground!

  • Severe Weather RV Safety Tips

    Severe Weather RV Safety Tips

    One of the many perks of camping is the ability to camp year round. But are you prepared for any type of weather?

  • RV Maintenance

    RV Maintenance

    RV’s require care and maintenance year round to stay in tip top shape and remain ready for camping.

  • Seward


    Welcome to Seward! Nestled between the Kenai mountains and the waters of Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities, with Mt. Marathon rising steeply behind the town.

  • Whitecourt


    Whitecourt, located in central Alberta, is within Woodlands County. Whitecourt is known as the snowmobile capital of Alberta, with several hundred kilometers of winter trails. You can access the Athabasca River, McLeod River, Sakwatamau River and Beaver Creek from the town.

  • Spokane


    If you’re looking for a city that has something for everyone, look no further than Spokane. Known as the “Lilac City” for its stunning lilac bushes that bloom every spring, Spokane also hosts the largest timed road race in the nation, the Lilac Bloomsday Run. But that’s not all – Spokane is also home to…

  • Helena


    Welcome to the capital of Montana, Helena! The “Queen City of the Rockies” is a city rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. Helena is a hub of activity and excitement, with a vibrant downtown area, a thriving arts scene, and endless opportunities for outdoor adventure. Whether you’re a history buff, an art enthusiast, or…

  • Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City, the capital of Utah, is a vibrant and diverse city nestled in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. Whether you’re a lover of the outdoors, a foodie, or a history buff, this city is sure to captivate you with its unique charm and character.

  • Lake Powell

    Lake Powell

    From the iconic Horseshoe Bend to the majestic Lake Powell, there is no shortage of awe-inspiring sights to see in this desert paradise. Page is a small city with a big personality, well known for its stunning natural beauty.

  • Sedona


    Welcome to the heart of Arizona’s Red Rock Country, Sedona! Known for its breathtaking natural beauty, spiritual energy, and rich cultural history, Sedona offers a diverse range of experiences for travelers seeking adventure, relaxation, and inspiration.

  • Havre


    Havre, founded in 1893 and Montana’s 8th largest city, stands out as a gem of North Central Montana. Besides its historical roots as a railroad supply depot for the Great Northern Railway, Havre is an important hub for agriculture and outdoor recreation.

  • Phoenix


    Welcome to the final destination of this road trip, Phoenix, Arizona! Phoenix is a city that truly embodies the spirit of the American West. From the iconic saguaro cacti that dot the landscape to the vibrant arts and culinary scenes, Phoenix is a city that has something for everyone. So grab your cowboy hat and…

  • Pemberton


    Named after Joseph Despard Pemberton, a surveyor-general for the Hudson’s Bay Company, Pemberton’s fertile valley is known for its seed potatoes. The city is a major supplier to BC, Alberta, Washington, Idaho, Oregon and California!

  • Homer


    Welcome to Homer, the final stop on our Alaskan road trip! The city of Peonies is an adorable seaside town nestled along the shores of Kachemak Bay. As the Halibut Fishing Capital of the World, Homer hosts incredible fishing opportunities, a panorama of mountains, white peaks, glaciers, and the famous Homer Spit.

  • Tok


    We have officially made it into Alaska! Our first stop is the “Sled Dog Capital of Alaska,” Tok! The town has a population of approximately 1250. Its economy is based on tourism and for its size, Tok offers more hotel rooms and campsites than any other town in the state.

  • Watson Lake

    Watson Lake

    Known as the “Gateway to the Yukon,” Watson Lake is the first Yukon community on the Alaska Highway for BC travelers. Watson Lake is named after Frank Watson, who left California in the 1897 rush for Klondike gold.

  • Quesnel


    Quesnel is considered the commercial hub of the North Cariboo, and it’s rich tradition of forestry, ranching, agriculture, and mining hosts a modern community. Quesnel is located along the gold mining trail known as the Cariboo Wagon Road and was the commercial center of the Cariboo Gold Rush. It also marks one end of the…

  • Mount Robson

    Mount Robson

    Mount Robson is the highest peak of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, and the first stop on our Alaskan Road trip from Kelowna! Mount Robson Provincial Park is the second oldest park in the BC parks system, and outdoor enthusiasts will have no shortage of hikes, activities, and breathtaking views to enjoy.

  • Fort Nelson

    Fort Nelson

    Fort Nelson was established in 1805 by the North West Fur Trading Company. They named the establishment after Britain’s proclaimed greatest war hero, Lord Horatio Nelson.

  • Fort St John

    Fort St John

    Fort St John is the largest city in the Northeast Region of BC. Nicknamed the “Energetic City” due to its large resource base of oil, natural gas, forestry and agriculture, but also because the average age of its residents is 8.8 years younger than the rest of the province.

  • Whitecourt


    Whitecourt, located in central Alberta, is within Woodlands County. Whitecourt is known as the snowmobile capital of Alberta, with several hundred kilometers of winter trails. You can access the Athabasca River, McLeod River, Sakwatamau River and Beaver Creek from the town.

  • Anchorage


    Welcome to Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city! Urban and wild aren’t opposites; they are Anchorage’s two defining elements. Best known for trails, wildlife, and glaciers, it is the state’s cultural soul as well. The city is home to more artists and musicians than any other place in Alaska.

  • Osoyoos


    Osoyoos is popular for being situated along Canada’s warmest lake, and is known for its beaches and wineries.

  • Revelstoke


    Beginning as a railway town, forestry, railway, and natural resource industries have sustained this town for more than 100 years.

  • Lethbridge


    Southeast of Calgary on the Oldman River, Lethbridge is known for its warm temperatures, sunshine, and its vast urban park system with over 240km of natural trails, ready to explore!

  • Whitehorse


    Enjoy the clean fresh air of Whitehorse, the capital of Canada’s Yukon! Long ago, gold seekers thought that the wild rapids of the Miles Canyon resembled the manes of charging White Horses, earning the area the name Whitehorse.

  • Quebec City

    Quebec City

    Quebec City is a piece of Europe inside Canada, with its cobblestone streets and stunning architecture! Quebec’s capital city combines its European history with French Canadian characteristics.

  • Drumheller


    Welcome to the Dinosaur capital of the world! Located northeast of Calgary, Drumheller’s badlands contain the largest variety of dinosaur fossils ever unearthed in one place.

  • Thunder Bay

    Thunder Bay

    Thunder Bay is the gateway to Northwest Ontario, and home to over 150,000 lakes and rivers! From hiking to sailing, Thunder Bay is full of adventures.

  • Charlottetown


    Charlottetown has been like the revolving door of visitors to Canada over the years. From French Acadians to the British, everyone has left a small imprint on this waterfront city.

  • Halifax


    Named after the English colonizer, the 2nd Earl of Halifax in 1749, Halifax is the largest municipality in the province of Nova Scotia. It’s known for its fisheries due to access to the Atlantic Ocean, as well as a common venue for important moments in Canadian history.

  • Fredericton


    Used in the 18th century as a British army base, Fredericton is the capital of New Brunswick and holds the majority of the province’s history.

  • Timmins


    The fourth-largest city in Ontario, Timmins is known as The City with a Heart of Gold. Very fitting seeing as one of their main exports is gold. This mining city is made up of over fifty percent francophones and is known to be a very welcoming place to visit.

  • Kenora


    Situated in the Lake of the Woods region of Ontario, Kenora was originally known as Rat Portage. In 1905 the name was changed by taking the first two letters of its own name as well as the neighbouring towns; Keewatin and Norman. Making Ke-No-Ra.

  • St. John’s

    St. John’s

    The home of friendly people, fresh seafood, and plenty of Canadian History. It’s a bit of a trek to make it out here, but we think you’ll find it more than worth it.

  • Brandon


    Canada’s most central province holds its second-largest town. Midway between Winnipeg and the Saskatchewan border, Brandon is the perfect mix of city and country.

  • Regina


    Saskatchewan’s capital city can also be referred to as Queen City, since Regina comes from the Latin word for “Queen.”

  • Lloydminster


    Lloydminster has the unusual characteristic of straddling the Alberta and Saskatchewan border. Because of this, it has a claim to either province as addresses depending on which side of 50th Avenue one resides. It was named after George Lloyd, an Anglican priest who would become the Bishop of Saskatchewan in 1922.

  • Jasper


    Jasper is a beautiful town just across the BC and Alberta border. It’s nestled in some of the most picturesque mountains along the Canadian Rockies. It started as a small railway town to support the trade of the Hudson’s Bay Company and the North West Company. It is now an idealistic tourist spot to get…

  • Lac La Biche

    Lac La Biche

    Lac La Biche was named after the historical voyageur route that linked the Athabasca Region to Hudson Bay. The lake in the area was referred to by the indigenous peoples as Elk Lake. Loosely translated in English to Red Deer Lake, and in French; Lac La Biche (Lake of the doe).

  • Montreal


    Montreal is the worlds second largest French speaking city, after Paris. The city is built around Mont Royal, from which the city earned its name.

  • Mount Robson

    Mount Robson

    Mount Robson is the highest peak of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Mount Robson Provincial Park is the second oldest park in the BC parks system, and outdoor enthusiasts will have no shortage of hikes, activities, and breathtaking views to enjoy.

  • Big Sur

    Big Sur

    Deemed one of the worlds most unforgettable stretches of coastline, Big Sur stretches across almost 90 miles alongside Highway 1. Big Sur has dramatic scenery including sheer cliffs, redwood forests and stunning beaches that make it one of the most breathtaking places to camp in the world!

  • Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz is located at the tip of Monterey Bay and it is rich in natural beauty with its sandy beaches, lush redwood forests, and rich farmlands. It includes a multitude of cultural and recreational activities such as sailing, fishing, golfing, surfing, hiking, and biking.

  • San Francisco

    San Francisco

    San Francisco is known as one of the greatest cities in the world. Famous for its amazing waterfront, golden bridge, delicious cuisine, and unpredictable weather, San Francisco offers its visitors plenty of activities to choose from.

  • Crescent City

    Crescent City

    Crescent City is the largest city on the Redwood Coast, and serves as a gateway to the Redwoods. Outside of the forest, Crescent City has endless beaches to stroll, tidepools to explore, fish to catch, and wildlife to observe!

  • Winchester Bay

    Winchester Bay

    The small port village of Winchester Bay is conveniently located at the Pacific end of the Umpqua River. Known as the “Crab Capital of the World” Winchester Bay can provide you with everything you may need to catch fresh Crab.

  • Astoria


    Astoria is the oldest city in the state of Oregon. In 1810 John Jacob Astor sent men to the area with the goal of establishing a trading post.

  • Denali


    Denali translates to “the high one” in the Athabaskan language of the Alaskan Native American Tribe. The Denali National Park is the 3rd largest National US Park, with over 6 million acres of tundra, mountains and glaciers to explore!

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