Welcome to the Traveland RV Big Sur road trip! We've created a guide of stops leading from each of our six locations, all the way to Big Sur, California!
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!
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.
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!
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.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Saskatchewan's capital city can also be referred to as Queen City, since Regina comes from the Latin word for "Queen."
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 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 the full Canadian feel. Stay for a day or a week, you'll be amazed at the scenery and fall in love with the small-town vibe.
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).