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Old 06-12-2016, 02:11 PM   #1
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To Yankeeland and Beyond

I'm planning a trip from South Carolina, to Kingston, NY (Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome), to Acadia National Park, to Nova Scotia to Vermont via Montreal and back. It will be my first trip to the northeast. I'll be driving my Chevy dually and pulling my 39' toyhauler. Interested in thought and opinions on roads and travel in Canada.

Tentative plan is I-77 to I-81 to I-80 to PN 423 ti I-84 to I-87 stop at nearby Interlake Rv park.

then I-87 to I-90 to I-495 to I-95 to Acadia NP (Narrows Too)

then ME 9 to Canada 1 to Nova Scotia KOA Halifax.

Traveling with DW and 2 dogs.

Any and all advice welcomed, especially regarding international travel.

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You'll need passports and vet papers that show the dogs shots are up to date. In addition, if you have a firearms carry permit, you of course won't try to enter Canada with handguns, but they will still question and search your vehicle to be sure.

There are many resources about travel across the border, here's one to start with:

Planning an RV Trip Across Canada | USA Today


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EzPass will make going thru mass pike,NH tolls, and Maine pike easier
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