It is easy to stay active and busy while the weather is warm, but it becomes more challenging once the winter hits. We have found plenty of family fun winter activities around our dealerships
Hiking in the winter means fewer people on the trail, no bugs to swat away, and it is a fantastic way to combat seasonal depression.
Western Canada is scattered with stunning natural hot springs waiting to be discovered! Read our guide to hot springs and start planning your next camping adventure!
Whistler, British Columbia, is a world-renowned destination for outdoor enthusiasts, adventurers, and nature lovers alike. Whistler offers endless opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, and the village is a vibrant hub of restaurants, shops, and galleries. Keep reading to plan your camping trip to Whistler, BC!
Welcome to the Traveland RV Cross-Canada road trip! We've created a guide of stops leading from each of our six locations, all the way to St Johns, Newfoundland!
Rockwood's Geo Pro Travel Trailers offer convenient amenities, modern interiors, and quality craftsmanship all in one lightweight trailer!
BC is the perfect place for people who love to hike! Our list below offers hikes of varying difficulty located all over British Columbia.
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!
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 Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Osoyoos is popular for being situated along Canada's warmest lake, and is known for its beaches and wineries.
Beginning as a railway town, forestry, railway, and natural resource industries have sustained this town for more than 100 years.
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.