There are many Canadian RV websites with articles, advice, directories, forums and resources for RVers plus some US-based sites with other useful RV links.
Class B RV’s, Camper Vans & Camping Van Conversions
A useful Forum where users discuss all aspects of Class B Motorhomes and Class B Camping Van Conversions.
Full Time RVer
A resource for full-time RVers and a guide to those who plan to become one. Articles about the RV lifestyle and good tech tips on the care and maintenance of your RV.
Un réseau de parcs de stationnement de courte durée pour les véhicules récréatifs motorisés autonomes situés dans les grands centres ou près des grands axes routiers.
RV television show produced by Canadian production company, airs across Canada and the US in 2005. From high-tech toys, to RV etiquette, RVTV informs and entertains the full-timer, as well as the newbie or wanna-be RVer. Style and adventure without sacrificing comfort is the RVers goal and RVTV will cover ways to accomplish just that.
A website with a complete selection of books, eBooks, videos, DVDs and magazines about recreational vehicles and the RV lifestyle.
An all Canadian site on RV maintenance. Free no-nonsense How-to, Where-to and When-to information to keep your RV operating at its best. New items and new articles are being added all the time. Take some time to explore this website … it is well worth it!
RV HotLine Canada
This is a Canadian RV Industry website with portions of this site developed in co-operation with the Recreational Vehicle Dealer Association of Canada (RVDA).
A website for Canadian RVers, with great destinations, much needed advice, and other matters concerning travel with your recreational vehicle. Lots of RV links and an RV Forum.
An online magazine to serve the interests of RVers everywhere.
Geared to RVers who travel with their kids
Members learn about RVing and enjoy a network of support and friendship offered by RVing Women. Rallies, convention, magazine and online forum.
A source of RV information and weblinks for the recreation vehicle lifestyle.
RV Sani Dumps and Marine Pump-Outs
The Internet RV and Camping Guide
B.C. Wheelchair Friendly Services is devoted to allowing handicapped persons of any capability, to enjoy B.C.’s beautiful outdoors and explore Vancouver Island in a 32-foot wheelchair accessible motorhome.
RV Campground Websites
These web links take you to Canadian RV camping websites, and Internet directories for campgrounds, trailer parks and campsites in Canada and the U.S.
BC Fishing Resorts and Outfitters Association
Where to go for a fishing holiday in B.C., plus information on tourist areas of the province.
Campgrounds Camping Canada (CCC)
CCC represents campground owners who are members of Canada’s provincial campground associations, and has links to campgrounds across the country. Details of these campgrounds ranging from wilderness campsites to full service, family-oriented RV parks, are listed by province. The website also has some other handy links for anyone planning a camping trip in Canada.
A website fully dedicated to Canadian campground information, including a directory of campgrounds and lots of really useful Tips and Checklists for both Campers and Rvers.
Camp Green Canada
Camp Green Canada is an organization that supports the use of non-toxic biological products for holding tanks. Go to their website for more information and a list of environmentally-friendly products for use in your RV.
Your Internet Guide to Camping Resources in Canada, including the Campsource Online forum.
Canada’s Virtual North
Information on Outdoor adventures, Fishing and Wilderness expeditions.
Great Outdoors Recreation Pages (GORP)
An international website with information specific to Canada, including Canada’s Top 20 adventure destinations.
Trailer Life Directory Online
12,000 Parks and Campgrounds in North America.
Technical RV Information
Websites with technical information and resources specific to the driving, towing and maintenance of recreational vehicles, motorhomes and RV trailers.
Canadian Towing, Brake and Licence Regulations
Trailer towing requirements for each Canadian province and territory as well as brake regulations and provincial licensing requirements with reference to driving an RV in Canada. Provincial regulations vary from province to province. So if you are planning to travel in Canada with your RV you should refer to this summary of regulations prepared by the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association of Canada. They list size restrictions, seat belt regulations, safety chain laws, as well as brake requirements.
RV Walk-Thru Video or DVD
RVers have a lot to learn about how to operate everything on their motorhome or towable RV. Veteran RV technician Tim Collard and his wife Sherry explain how to make everything work, including: Awnings, Electrical, LP Systems, Furnaces, A/C, Water Heaters, Appliances, Water Works, Slides, and how to winterize a rig.
Towpower Towing Tips
The towing tips section is designed specifically to help you to determine the towing capacity of your vehicle (Class I-V and 5thwheels), the proper towing system you’ll need and all the essential components based on the class rating.
RV Industry Websites
Websites with information and resources for people looking for RV courses, technical training and certification, or careers in the RV Industry.
Courses and Seminars for RV Owners
Okanagan University college holds RV Lifestyle seminars and certification courses for RV owners and technicians.
This Web Site is for those who would like to pursue career opportunities in the Recreation Vehicle Industry.