7 Must-Sees in 2019: Top RVing Routes for Wildhood Adventures

December 18, 2018

Just because there’s snow on the ground doesn’t mean we can’t keep the camp vibes going! We are deep into planning 2019 road trips with a focus on scenic views where WiFi is weak and Wildhood lives strong. Here are seven must-see RV routes in Canada to add to your list for the new year!

Icefields Parkway, Alberta

The Icefields Parkway is quite possibly one of the most beautiful drives in the world. You will likely lose cell service on this route from Lake Louise to Jasper, but the radio silence amplifies the beauty. There are plenty of places to stop and soak in the view along the two-lane highway – crystal clear mountain lakes, age-old glaciers and trails to explore. Add this drive to your road trip bucket list!

Kootenay Highway 93, British Columbia

The Kootenay Highway 93 is the road less travelled crossing the Alberta and British Columbia border. This route winds through the mountain peaks of Kootenay National Park. Lake Louise lies on one side, while Radium Hot Springs wait on the other just past the Sinclair Canyon. Take a dip in the hot pools before continuing south to Invermere and Panorama, or north to Golden.


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Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia

An old classic with an ocean view – the Cabot Trail is a must-see for anyone trying to find their Wildhood in 2019. Cape Breton Island is accessible for RVs and the view is worth the trek to Canada’s Eastern shore – many agree this is one of the best road trips in the entire world!


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Highway 17, Northern Ontario

The trek along the north shore of Lake Superior from Sault Ste Marie to Thunder Bay is long, but stunning at every turn. Many of us overlook the mountains of Northern Ontario, thinking we need to drive west to see similar sights. Highway 17 winds through the hills while the lake peeks through the trees.

Montreal to Sherbrooke, Quebec

RVers get a little bit of everything on this drive through the Eastern Townships. From Montreal’s cityscape to rolling mountains with views of our neighbours in the south from the peaks, small towns and lakes dot the countryside along the way.

Victoria to Tofino, British Columbia

Many agree that island life is the best life. Everyone should experience the drive from Victoria to Tofino at least once in their lives. This tiny coastal town is full of adventures: animal watching, surfing and hiking in the summer; oceanside storm-watching in the spring and fall.


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Great Sandhills, Saskatchewan

This one is a destination rather than an entire route, but the ever-changing landscape of the Great Sandhills is worth the trek off the beaten path. These sand dunes are the largest active dunes in Canada, constantly moving with the wind.


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Go RVing Canada will be making trip planning a whole lot easier in 2019 with new website updates and a revamped tool, so keep a look out for a big announcement next spring.

Will you hit all of these must-see RV routes in 2019? What a year that would be! For more road trip inspiration, join our community on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.