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Old 06-20-2019, 06:18 AM   #1
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Hello everybiody! We are a brazilian family and it will be our first time using a RV in Canada. Unfortunatelly, we must choose july because of the kids vacation. Full season! We are having problems to FIND A RV CAMPING from 19 to 22/ july. We have places just until Jasper. From then, we canít find any place to stay . We must arrive to Vancouver at late 22.
DO YOU HAVE SOME TIPS AND DIFFERENT PLACES TO GO, instead of famous ones?? Thanks in advance!
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Hello Gita, welcome to North America. While you are in the Jasper, Alberta area, I would suggest that you take a leisurely travel day (or two) on Alberta 93 (Ice Fields Parkway) down to Lake Louise. This is the most spectacular scenery that you are likely to see in North America. There are many places to pull out and hike.

You donít say where you will be traveling to after Jasper on your way to Vancouver. We traveled on Transcanada 1 toward Kamloops, overnighting at a little campground in Salmon River. We also stayed in the small town Cochranís, just outside of Calgary. Not a tourist destination, but the campground (Bow Rivers Edge) was next to the Bow River. It was very peaceful and an easy drive into Calgary (if you want to go there).

If I were to be in the Vancouver area, I would work out a day trip to Bouchard Gardens (if you enjoy world class gardens) on Vancouver Island. Hope that you enjoy your time in Canada. We certainly do when we visit from the Southwestern part of United States.
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Hope the trip works out great for you!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Try Blind Bay Rv Park in Blind Bay. Good for a few nights. They have spots right on the lake.
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If you end up on Vancouver Island I would consider spending a lot of time here. There's a lot to see and do and there are a lot of camp sites as well.
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Welcome to the forum.

You are joining a good group of folks here with good information to share.

I agree Vancouver Island is a destination and plan on lots of time there.

Good luck and enjoy the adventure!
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