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Indigenous Activities & Camping in Alberta

Alberta is home to 45 First Nations including Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, Tsuut’ina, Nehiyaw, Dene, Anishinaabe, and Niitsitapi; the Metis Nation of Alberta (including 8 recognized Metis…

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RVing Alberta’s Highwood Pass & Kananaskis Trail

The highest paved road in Canada, Highwood Pass reaches over 2200 meters of elevation. It offers incredible scenery, great hiking, and lots off opportunity to…

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How to Protect Water When Camping in Alberta

Alberta is fortunate to have abundant lakes, rivers, wetlands, and groundwater. It’s important to protect these water sources to ensure everyone has access to potable water…

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How to Save Money Camping in Alberta

Despite its low-cost reputation, camping in Alberta can get expensive quickly. You’re paying for campsites, passes, fuel, food, firewood – and that’s all after you’ve…

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Where to Camp for Free in Alberta

Camping can be an affordable option for adults or families to enjoy rest, relaxation and recreation. Thankfully, there are many places you can camp for…

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RVing the Icefields Parkway

Stretching 288 kilometres between Banff and Jasper, the Icefields Parkway is one of the most spectacular drives you can do in an RV. With abundant…

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How To Camp in an RV during Winter 

Many Canadians still get outside during the winter, despite the cold weather and long nights. If you’re looking to use your RV as a base…

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The True Costs of RVing

RVing can be an affordable way to vacation with friends and family. However, there are a lot of costs that some RVers don’t account for. This article will help you plan for the…

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Should I get a gas or diesel motorhome? 

Once you’ve settled on purchasing a motorhome over a trailer, the next question is if you should buy a gas or diesel motorhome. One isn’t…

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