Lake Superior Route

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This is a world-renowned northern travel route for car and RV travellers.

This bucket list experience connects Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay, offering spectacular rugged shorelines, cascading rivers and waterfalls, smooth rock and sand beaches, unique geological features, and excellent wildlife viewing.

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Algonquin Ontario Highlands Route

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Travel across a diverse landscape to experience windswept pines, pink granite rock outcrops of the Canadian Shield, and the lush mixed forest of the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence lowlands.

This route is renowned for its scenic beauty, Indigenous history, and Ontario’s rich canoe culture.

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Georgian Bay Lake Huron Route

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Explore the famous scenery of Lake Huron.

Experience the world’s longest freshwater beach, breathtaking Georgian Bay sunsets, and the world’s largest freshwater island.

Hike the white quartzite hills painted by the Group of Seven. Paddle the inspiring and rugged granite shoreline of Georgian Bay, and take in the windswept pines that make this region famous.

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Algonquin — Peterborough Route

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A route to explore Canada’s cultural heritage!

Visit five Visitor Centres that tell the unique story of Ontario’s natural and cultural history through Indigenous rock carvings, the War of 1812, the famous Group of Seven artists, and Ontario’s pristine natural environment.

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Fall RVing in southeastern Ontario

Camping doesn’t always have to involve driving a far distance to pitch a tent.

RVing allows you to experience the beauty of Ontario’s fall colours with more of the comforts of home.

In southeastern Ontario, there are many great RVing opportunities nearby. You can find your adventure by RV at several different parks close to city centres and along major travel routes.

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Winter RVing at MacGregor Point

Imagine ringing in the New Year in a winter wonderland. The light from your campfire reflects off the snow, and your friends and family ladle out cocoa from the pot bubbling over the flames.

This is a familiar scene for the seasonal RVers at MacGregor Point Provincial Park.

Whether you just need a place to store your RV for the winter, or you’re ready to experience winter in a whole new way, MacGregor Point’s winter RV program might be just what you need!

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Brunch-o-licious campground fare

In today’s post, Chef Deb Rankine, a.k.a. The Fridge Whisperer, shares two decadent brunch recipes loved by RVers and tenters alike.

Laid back mornings at the campsite deserve the finest brunch-o-licious fare.

Created in minutes in an RV kitchen, these recipes are also easily adaptable to those tenting on full service sites.

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Toronto – Algonquin – Ottawa Route

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This classic route features the iconic Algonquin Provincial Park, along with Ontario’s abundance of natural waterways and stunning vistas.

Visit majestic waterfalls, scenic whitewater rapids on heritage rivers, and Lake Ontario’s graceful shoreline. Most parks along this route offer rentals to explore by canoe, kayak, or stand-up paddleboard.

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