RV Travel: Departure Delayed. Because you felt like it.

man in RV looking out a window at landscape
Traditional travel is hyper-scheduled. Check-in time; check-out time: it’s all pretty rigid — at least until the flight delays and missed connections start. How many hours of vacation have you spent cooling your heels waiting? RV travel couldn’t be more different. From the moment you leave till the time you return, you’re in control. Hit the road when you please, and best of all, change your plans on a whim. Motorhome with bikes on a country road

Maximum flexibility, maximum freedom

One of the great joys of travel is spontaneity. It’s impossible to predict what will catch your fancy when you’re heading somewhere for the first time. Sometimes what looks good on paper doesn’t warrant more than a cursory glance — and something that seemed like a nothing-burger is actually riveting. RV travel gives you the freedom to adjust on the fly. If your eye leads you off the beaten track, most RVs are rugged enough to take you well into the countryside. Since they have plenty of carrying capacity for bikes, canoes, ATVs and other outdoor equipment, it’s easy to stop, pull out your gear and take off for an impromptu adventure. Motorhome with bikes and boat Dark when you get back? So what: kick back and enjoy the night sky. Most RVs have a fridge and a stove or grill. You’ve got everything you need for a meal, a comfortable sleep, bathroom, shower and a battery to keep all the amenities running off-grid. Stay put for the night and head out tomorrow. It’s your vacation: do as you please! family barbecuing

You can disconnect — but you’re not disconnected

No matter how far afield you wander, satellite technology means that in most cases, you can disconnect — but you’re not disconnected! You can still stream Netflix, catch up with the news, check your email or have a Zoom call with family and friends to let them know where you are.

The best stories begin with “You’ll never believe what happened next…”

The mark of a great vacation is coming home tired, but refreshed, with a head full of “You’ll never believe what happened next…” stories. And there’s nothing like an RV to take you somewhere unexpected; let you try something you could never have imagined – and come home with memories you’ll never forget.
There’s a better way to travel. Get an RV.
young black woman in the woods

ORVDA: A network of reputable, knowledgeable dealers to help get you started

Your local RV dealer can help you find a vehicle that suits your lifestyle and budget. Some offer rentals, so you can try a few options before you buy. Members of the Ontario Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (ORVDA) meet the highest standards of professionalism: buy from our dealers and service providers with absolute confidence. When you choose an ORVDA member, you support local Ontario businesses. The Ontario RV industry employs over 21,860 people and generates over $1.64B to the provincial economy.

RV Vacations: Good, clean fun!

family outside an RV
The crowds and energy of airports and train stations used to be an exciting start to a family holiday. There was something thrilling about the bustle of a hotel lobby and the chatter-filled atmosphere of the dining room. Things are different now. Jostling with strangers in crowded, airless spaces is less attractive than ever thanks to COVID. When you RV, there’s no need to wonder about the health of the person next to you. You know who you’re travelling with — they’re family and friends! father and son outside RV

Know who you’re travelling with

In an RV, you have complete control over who you rub shoulders with. Getting to your destination is worry-free: it’s you and your quaranteam. There’s no question about the state of your accommodations, either: it’s your vehicle. You cleaned it; you packed it and you know exactly who’s coming in and out. And you can read your travel mates the hygiene riot act if they don’t maintain standards!

Clean, controlled access inside

From your first coffee of the morning to the guilty pleasure of a late-night snack, you can be sure that the food, kitchen counter, dishes and utensils are clean. The washroom and shower are for your use only, so there are no worries there. breakfast, RV
Many RVs have one — or multiple — TVs, screens and home entertainment systems. No need to wonder about who’s been handling the remote or the touchscreen. Wipe them down daily to be safe, but otherwise, kick back, relax and enjoy.
When you’re ready to turn in for the night, whether you’re sleeping in the master suite of a split level Fifth Wheel or pulling down a Murphy bed in a Travel Trailer, you’ll sleep soundly knowing the sheets and surfaces are clean and germ-free.
Have a look at this amazing AVIA Travel Trailer with an all-included kitchen.

Plenty of social distancing outside

Most campgrounds offer built-in social distancing. Your fellow vacationers aren’t right next door along a narrow corridor, they’re the next site over. It’s a cheery hello across a healthy distance rather than a quick scramble for a mask, flattening yourself against the hallway wall — or worse – navigating a crowded elevator.
A typical camping spot offers lots of space outside your vehicle. Relax in an outdoor chaise lounge: there’s still room to barbecue and build a campfire without crowding your neighbors.
If you boondock or camp off-road, you and your crew will have all the wide-open, virus-free space you need.

Load up with all the specialty supplies you need

There are no baggage restrictions when you RV — and that means it’s easy to pack all the soap, disinfectants for hard surfaces, sanitizer, plastic gloves and masks you’ll need. Bring travel-size containers for day activities: throw them in your knapsack when you’re out and about. If you’re renting a mountain bike for a backwoods cycle or clubs for a round of golf, it’ll be handy to have extra supplies to clean them off before you use them. Refill them when you’re back at the RV. sanitize RV surface
Many RVs have their own washers and dryers. That makes it easy to keep clothes, bedding and masks clean. It’s worth remembering that the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends using gloves when handling dirty laundry, and a bag liner in hampers, which can either be thrown away or washed. Opt for a warm water setting when doing laundry.

Enjoy your activities safely

Managing your interactions with strangers outdoors is pretty straightforward. Hiking, fishing, mountain climbing, cycling, golfing or canoeing let you easily maintain a safe distance from others outside your bubble. When you’re in more constrained environments like the local grocery store or when visiting a historic site, the same precautions we’ve all gotten used to still apply: wash your hands, wear a mask and keep 6 feet away from strangers. family campfire in front of an RV

It’s still a vacation. And that means fun!

The coronavirus has certainly changed life. Those carefree days of spotting and hugging an old friend aren’t back yet, but you can still have a great vacation.  Know who you’re travelling with; keep yourself and your surroundings sanitized. There’s still lots of good, clean fun to be had!

ORVDA: A network of reputable, knowledgeable dealers to help get you started

Your local RV and motorhome dealer can help you find a vehicle that suits your lifestyle and budget. Some offer rentals, so you can try a few options before you buy. Members of the Ontario Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (ORVDA) meet the highest standards of professionalism: buy from our dealers and service providers with absolute confidence. When you choose an ORVDA member, you support local Ontario businesses. The Ontario RV industry employs over 21,860 people and generates over $1.64B to the provincial economy.
There’s a better way to travel. Get an RV.

RV Travel: Always get a window seat

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Even if you manage to score a window seat, when you fly, the view at 35,000 feet is pretty predictable: clouds and sky. Dreamy at first, but a little variety would be nice! RV travel is different. The view out the window changes endlessly: cityscapes, forests, coastlines, small towns, wildlife. And when you arrive, those windows become your vista; the scene that greets you every morning.

The journey is part of the fun

When you RV, getting there is part of the fun.
Whether you take a direct route or opt for a languid, more scenic journey, the sightseeing begins the minute you leave. Even better, when something entices your eye, it’s easy to pull off the road and explore. You’re not bound by a rigid schedule. Take your time, enjoy the journey: it’s supposed to be a vacation, after all. RV travelling in Canada

A safe way to experience the country

If you’re new to Canada and aren’t familiar with RVing, the first thing to remember is it’s perfectly safe! Travelling to remote parts of the country is something Canadians love to do. And travelling by RV is a fabulous way to get to know your new country; even the continent.

Travelling Fast

One of Ontario’s fastest, most direct travel routes Is Highway 401. North America’s busiest highway, it’s a major thoroughfare to Quebec and the US, thundering its way past some of the province’s most lyrical vacation spots like Sandbanks Provincial Park in Prince Edward County. Sandbanks Provincial Park
Known for the world’s largest freshwater sand bar and dune system, foodies and wine connoisseurs will be tempted to make a side-trip and linger. It’s also an historic area. Its first known settlement, the Point Peninsula Complex was an indigenous culture that flourished from 600 BCE to 700 CE. Fascinating remnants of it can be found at Serpent Mounds Park, first settled about 58BC.

Slower, but still spectacular

For a glimpse of some of the province’s most rugged and magnificent terrain, try Highway 17. Running from Sault Ste. Marie to Nipigon, it winds its way along the breathtaking northern and eastern shores of Lake Superior, before ascending into the mountains. At Wawa, Highway 17 takes you into the forests and remote northern lakes of Algoma District, where the Group of Seven painted some of their most recognizable work. There are endless tempting side-trips en route — like the Agawa Rock Pictographs in Lake Superior Provincial Park.
One of Canada’s most visited indigenous archaeological sites, Agawa Rock is a sacred place where generations of Ojibwe came to record dreams, visions and events. The pictographs include moose, deer, bear, caribou and canoes. The most recognizable painting is of a spined-horned animal reputed to be “Misshepezhieu”, or the Great Lynx, the spirit of the water.

RVs can handle the fast lane — and the windy roads

Travel Trailers and Motorhomes are easy to handle on any type of highway. Most are also rugged and maneuverable enough to take you off-road for an impromptu adventure. All you need is a Class G license and some moxie.

And when you get there…

Your “window seats” take on new meaning when you arrive at your destination. Vacationing in an RV means staying right in the heart of the landscape you’re longing for. There are over 440 privately owned campgrounds in Ontario and 520 provincial parks and conservation reserves, each offering a unique experience. Whether it’s in the shadow of a mountain, along the bank of a river, deep in the woods or in a Dark Sky Preserve, an area protected from artificial light, where you see thousands of stars, the Milky Way, planets, nebula, constellations, galaxies, even the space station, you’ll have a very different experience of cloud and sky than from an airplane. A different kind of window seat. Very different. Dark-Sky-Preserve-Ontario

ORVDA: A network of reputable, knowledgeable dealers to help get you started

Your local RV and motorhome dealer can help you find a vehicle that suits your lifestyle and budget. Some offer rentals, so you can try a few options before you buy. Members of the Ontario Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (ORVDA) meet the highest standards of professionalism: buy from our dealers and service providers with absolute confidence. When you choose an ORVDA member, you support local Ontario businesses. The Ontario RV industry employs over 21,860 people and generates over $1.64B to the provincial economy.
There’s a better way to travel. Get an RV.

RV Vacations: Minimize the costs; maximize the fun!

Bring the whole family
Vacations are exhilarating but they can easily get expensive. Airfare, accommodations, dining, event admissions, souvenirs for the gang – costs can escalate quickly. But not an RV vacation!
Even when you factor in RV ownership costs, the reality is “RV vacations are more affordable than travel by personal car, commercial airline or cruise ship.” A family of four can save up to 63 per cent when travelling by RV. And with fuel prices at an all-time low, the savings are even better.
RVs make it easy to bring the whole family: kids, pets, friends, aunts, uncles, a favourite cousin or cherished grandparents. And that minimizes the costs — and maximizes the fun!

RVs: Room for the whole family

RV family vacation

The average Fifth Wheel combines a private master bedroom with bunk space, even an extra bedroom. Many Hybrid Trailers and Motorhomes have pop-outs for additional sleeping and living space. Toy Haulers and Tent Trailers often have ingenious tenting systems that add space. Foldaway hatches, detachable tent material, rooftop tents and convertible couches are just some of the clever ways RVs deliver extra space. Depending on the model and the floorplan, you can sleep up to ten.

Dog in an RV

There’s no need to leave the furbabies behind, either or relegate them to a cargo hold. They’re part of the family, and it’s safe and easy to bring them along.  You don’t even have to plan ahead to find (costly) pet-friendly lodgings. They’re welcome at most campgrounds, and many RVs include pet-friendly amenities. Some have special floorplans with pull-out animal dishes and beds. Others feature bird’s-eye view windows, so they can watch the world go by, and leash tie-downs.

Rest easy: RVs are comfy and hygienic

With an RV, you can rest easy with a comfy bed, clean toilet, hot showers, space to unpack and somewhere to keep the wine cool. Relax knowing your surroundings are hygienic. It’s just you and your travel companions.

RV Vacations: Unleash your creativity

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Campgrounds, national, provincial and state parks: there are many inexpensive choices for an RV vacation. There’s also a creative subculture — tips and tricks for minimizing the travel costs and maximizing the fun. RVers are always on the lookout for unconventional places to stay — and they’ve found plenty.

Boondocking

Generically known as “boondocking”, these are inexpensive or even free places to stay. It’s camping without “hookups” – amenities like hydro, water and sewer services. But since most RV’s are equipped with a generator, waste and water tanks, maybe even solar panels and a battery, it’s a great alternative.  Fill ‘er up, find a scenic overlook or forgotten trail, and make yourself at home.

Boondocking, RV and plane

Boondocking is an idea that has taken off and morphed, with wineries, breweries, distilleries, farms, golf courses, museums, even airstrips getting in on the action, and throwing out the welcome mat. Membership networks like Harvest Hosts offer nearly 1,100 locations across Canada and the US for adventurous RVers.

 

Wallydocking

“Wallydocking” — staying in a Walmart parking lot — began because its founder, the late Sam Walton, was an RV enthusiast. He made it policy for Walmart to offer free overnight parking for RVs, and many still do. Other big box stores that often welcome RVs include Home Depot, Lowe’s and K-Mart. Not the most picturesque place to overnight, but handy!

RV in a driveway

Moochdocking

Then there’s “moochdocking”. Remember that old friend from university? The one you keep promising to visit? The one with the driveway? Exactly! Drop in, say hello, reminisce — and mooch an overnight parking spot. It sounds terrible, but it’s actually a wonderful excuse to keep in touch with friends and family.
An RV vacation can be as unique as you and your travel companions. Bring the whole family — and your imagination!

ORVDA: A network of reputable, knowledgeable dealers to help get you started

Your local RV and motorhome dealer can help you find a vehicle that suits your lifestyle and budget. Some offer rentals, so you can try a few options before you buy. Members of the Ontario Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (ORVDA) meet the highest standards of professionalism: buy from our dealers and service providers with absolute confidence. When you choose an ORVDA member, you support local Ontario businesses. The Ontario RV industry employs over 21,860 people and generates over $1.64B to the provincial economy.
There’s a better way to travel. Get an RV.

Travel Trailers: Go anywhere. Do anything.

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North America is huge. From one coast to another, it stretches across 8,000 kilometres and seven time zones. And with a Travel Trailer, you can go anywhere and do just about anything.
Our continent boasts three grand oceans, breath-taking rivers, fresh lakes and tumbling waterfalls. Marvel at breathtaking mountain ranges and spectacular canyons, forests, cave systems, prairies and deserts. North America rock formation
There’s plenty of wildlife, from birds to beasts. Get out your binoculars and spot a tiny Calliope hummingbird or a shy white-tail deer.
So much to explore — and with an RV, you can go off-road and experience it with incredible intimacy. Even better, an RV makes it easy to bring along the specialized gear you need for the adventures you have in mind.

No baggage restrictions

Is there anything more annoying than trying to squeeze an extra pair of jeans or hiking boots into your old luggage without exceeding airline weight or dimension restrictions? Not when you’re RVing! Need an extra sweater? Bring it. A back up pair of sneakers or rubber boots? Throw them in.
If your plans are more audacious, there’s plenty of room for more specialized gear.
Planning a little scuba diving? Pack the air tanks and wet suits. Mountain biking? Bring your favourite bikes, helmets, waterproof gear — even the repair kit. Water adventures? There’s lots of room for kayaks, canoes, water skis, surfboards and life jackets.
If you’re a birdwatcher, now you’ve got the space to pack and store all kinds of cameras, lenses and binoculars. And if you’re an astronomer, an RV will get you right into a dark sky preserve where you can haul out your telescope.

Travel Trailers: RVs that hook up to your vehicle!

Travel Trailers are designed to be towed by a car, minivan, SUV or pickup truck, and come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Some sleep two; others can sleep up to ten. Plus, you can bring the bikes, kayaks, canoes, ATVs, gizmos and gadgets you need to get out there and explore.

Toy Haulers: Explore off-road

The wild child of the RV world, Toy Haulers have living space up front and a garage in the back. Built on a sturdy frame, they’re designed to carry weight and give you great access to remote, off-road destinations. A nice big ramp in the back lets you easily load and unload your gear and outdoor toys. Like magic, that ramp can also convert into a deck, dining area, family room or even extra sleeping space. Ranging from 19 to 39 feet long, some have sliders for even more sleeping  space and outdoor kitchens. toy hauler

Fifth Wheels: Split-level comfort

With their high ceilings, slide-outs and split-level design, Fifth Wheels>are incredibly spacious RVs. The master bedroom is usually upstairs, with a full kitchen, washroom and living space on the main level. There’s loads of storage space in the living areas for clothing, kitchenware, and anything else you care to bring. There’s also pass-through storage space in the basement. Many have a rear garage with a ramp for motorcycles, boats and other gear. You can easily add a rack on the back for extra bikes or boats – or even on the roof.
Ranging from 25 to 45 feet long, they may appear cumbersome, but modern technology makes them easy to handle. And they’re more stable, with less sway than other trailers. Fifth Wheels get their name from the hitch that hooks them up to the vehicle towing them.

Tent Campers: Lightweight and affordable

If you’re looking for something lightweight and affordable, a Tent Camper could be just the ticket. Often, all you need to do is press a button or two, and presto! The tent unfurls on its own. They’re a cinch to set up, and come with amenities like a flush toilet, couches that convert to beds, and other clever convertible touches. Available in sizes from about 15 to 23 feet, some can sleep as many as six. You can safely and easily stack all your toys and gear on the outside. Stash your trekking poles, skis, fishing poles or camera tripods in ceiling brackets, or on a hitch rack. tent camper

Hybrid Travel Trailers: The best of both worlds

When you want the best of both worlds, why not choose a Hybrid Travel Trailer? It’s basically a cross between a hard-sided travel trailer and a tent camping trailer with ends that pull out to offer more sleeping room. It’s so light you can tow it with most six-cylinder vehicles! Yet, it can sleep up to 10 people thanks to versatile tent systems. These models are about 19 to 29 feet, with all the comforts and conveniences of home for sleeping, showering, cooking and dining. Use a hitch receiver or bumper mounted rack to carry your bike, kayak or canoe. Wrap a pool noodle strategically to protect against bumps and scrapes! Hybrid travel trailer

And when you get there…

Once you arrive at your destination, simply unhook the trailer from your vehicle. Slip back behind the wheel and use your ride for all those exciting day trips, tours and errands on your itinerary.
If you’re after carefree adventures and lots of flexibility, Travel Trailers may be just the vehicle for you.

ORVDA: A network of reputable, knowledgeable dealers to help you get started

Your local RV and motorhome dealer can help you find a vehicle that suits your lifestyle and budget. Some offer rentals, so you can try a few options before you buy. Members of the Ontario Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (ORVDA) meet the highest standards of professionalism: buy from our dealers and service providers with absolute confidence. When you choose an ORVDA member, you support local Ontario businesses. The Ontario RV industry employs over 21,860 people and generates over $1.64B to the provincial economy.
There’s a better way to travel. Get an RV.

Motorhomes: The ultimate in travel comfort

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Prolonged periods of sitting in cramped spaces isn’t fun – and it isn’t healthy. If you’ve ever tried to push your seat back on a plane, you know what happens next…

Plenty of legroom when you RV

RVing is different. There’s plenty of legroom!
Motorhomes are self-propelled RVs that combine vehicle and living space. Living space you can use while you’re travelling. Getting to your destination isn’t something to be endured – it’s part of the fun.

Absolute comfort

Whether you’re the driver or a passenger, the seats are a dream: comfortable, roomy, with lots of space to stretch out. Most motorhomes come with at least one flat-screen smart TV and a great sound system. Curl up with a good book, stream your favourite show or kick back and listen to music en route.
Feel like a snack? There’s a kitchen with a fridge and pantry to raid: throw what you want on the stove or in the microwave. It can be as healthy – or as indulgent – as you want. It may even taste like real food!

Class A motorhome kitchen

Larger motorhomes include private sleeping areas. Smaller models effortlessly convert sofas, dining areas and seating into beds for a good night’s sleep in a hygienic environment you can trust.
No need to navigate public washrooms either. Motorhomes come equipped with a bathroom and shower.

More than just legroom

Whether you’re taking off for a day trip, a weekend jaunt or a full vacation, motorhomes have room for everyone – and almost everything.
Family, friends, dogs, cats: there’s space for the whole menagerie and all their paraphernalia. Pack what you need, not what you can squeeze into a tiny piece of luggage.
Is a canoe trip part of the fun? Bring it. A little mountain biking? Bring ‘em. Golfing? Pack your clubs, even a golf cart. There’s space for gear, clothes, gadgets and equipment for whatever you’ve got planned. And if it doesn’t fit inside, motorhomes are powerful enough to tow a trailer full of stuff, even a car.

Class C motorhome with canoes

Sheer freedom!

Best of all, if something catches your eye along the way, stop and explore. When you RV, you have the freedom to change plans on the fly. These are self-contained vehicles – you’ve got everything you need to do whatever you want: food, fresh water, sewage tanks and batteries for electricity. You can overnight just about anywhere. Life’s most amazing moments can be those you weren’t expecting. It’s your holiday: having a good time is what matters – not someone else’s timetable.

What kinds of Motorhomes are there?

Motorhomes come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and are divided into three main types: Class A, Class B and Class C. You don’t need a special license to drive one unless it has air-brakes. Most have a winterized option for year-round adventures with a stronger furnace, heated tanks, upgraded insulation and double-glazed windows.

Small but mighty: The versatile Class B

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Also known as camper vans, Class Bs are the smallest, most versatile motorhomes. Easy to drive and easy on fuel, they fit comfortably in a normal parking space and often double as a second family vehicle. But don’t underestimate the Class B: they have the chops to take you down narrow, unpaved roads for remote, off-the-beaten-track adventures. You can dry camp in a Class B with ease.
Built on an automotive van chassis, they’ll either have a raised roof or a dropped floor so you can stand up straight. At 17-23 feet long, Class B motorhomes make clever use of space. Dining areas convert into sleeping spaces for up to four, and come equipped with a small kitchen, washroom and shower.
They’re also tremendously powerful, with enough verve to carry bikes, tow a boat or even a small car.
The Pleasure-Way Ontour 2.2 is our pick of Class B motorhome.

Class C: A little more luxury

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If you’re looking for a bit more living space, and want the flexibility to travel with a larger party, there’s the Class C. Built on a truck or van chassis and attached to a van cab, these RVs have a distinctive look: a raised compartment over the cab for sleeping or storage.
At 20-32 feet long, the Class C features a full kitchen, washroom and shower. The area behind the driver’s cab is usually dedicated to living space, with the master bedroom at the rear. Some have a slide-out for extra sleeping and living room. Dining areas convert into beds, with additional sleeping quarters above the driver’s cab. They’ll sleep up to eleven, depending on the floor plan.
The Class C comes in both gas and diesel versions. Strong enough to tow a trailer, you can bring along bikes, an ATV, tow a boat, or even a small family car.

The staggering luxury of a Class A

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The Class A really indulges your inner celebrity. Built on a specially designed chassis, it is the epitome of luxury.

Big and sumptuous, the Class A can measure 29-45 feet long. Spacious kitchens feature a full residential fridge, stove, microwave, double sink and dishwasher. There’s plenty of counter space, with cupboards specially designed for a moveable lifestyle. Many Class As include a central vac system and washer / dryer.
The entertainment centre features multiple flat-screen TVs, a sound system and plush theatre seating. Multiple slide-out sections expand living space when stopped for the night or settled in at your destination. WiFi, centrally controlled heating and air conditioning make it simple to stay connected and comfortable. There’s lots of storage space inside and out in the exterior compartments
A master bedroom with closet and wardrobe offers privacy, while sofas and dining areas convert into sleeping spaces to accommodate 8-10. Most Class As have a full bathroom off the master suite along with a half bath closer to the kitchen.
Outdoor amenities include a second kitchen with sink and fridge, flat screen TV and a shower so you can wash off kids, dogs and yourself after heavy outdoor activity.
Like smaller motorhomes in Ontario, the Class A easily tows a trailer or car.
Find an amazing example of Class A motorhome clicking on the link.

ORVDA: A network of reputable, knowledgeable dealers to help you get started

Your local RV and motorhome dealer can help you find a vehicle that suits your lifestyle and budget. Some offer rentals, so you can try a few options before you buy. Members of the Ontario Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (ORVDA) meet the highest standards of professionalism: buy from our dealers and service providers with absolute confidence. When you choose an ORVDA member, you support local Ontario businesses. The Ontario RV industry employs over 21,860 people and generates over $1.64B to the provincial economy.
There’s a better way to travel. Get an RV