Have a winter adventure in your RV! From skiing to ice fishing, there are so many great cold weather activities to enjoy. Read on for a few of our favourites, plus a link to our winter RVing advice.
Hit the slopes
Many ski hills welcome RVs, allowing overnight parking, or even parking spots with electricity hook-ups. You can ski all day and return to your snug home-away-from-home for the night. Just check the hill’s overnight parking policy before you set out.
Take a trail
For a peaceful winter adventure, take a hike through the woods on snowshoes or cross-country skis, and then relax around the campfire in evening. Some provincial parks stay open through the winter with limited services and sites available, offering a fun winter retreat.
Go ice fishing
Bringing your RV on an ice fishing trip gives you all the comforts of home after a long, chilly day. Boondock at your favourite lake, spend the day on the ice, and warm up at the end of the day tucked into your own cozy bed.
Escape the cold
While not a realistic option for this year, when travel restrictions lift for a future winter, head for a warmer climate and leave the snow behind. Check out our tips for snowbirding, as well as spots to spend the winter on this side of the border.
Winter RVing for the first time? We’ve shared our advice for a comfortable cold-weather camping trip.