Motorhome rentals are a great way to explore the diverse province, with flexibility and comfort. Numerous RV Dealers offer RVs for rent in Ontario.
Visit Ontario Provincial Parks for everything from fully serviced campgrounds to backcountry serenity. A number of parks now offer roofed accommodations including lodges, rustic backcountry cabins or yurts. Get a copy of the Ontario Parks Guide for details on operating parks and seasons, and rules around motorhomes, pets, trails, fire prevention and other camping basics.
Five of Ontario’s National Parks have campsites: Bruce Peninsula National Park, Fathom Five National Marine Park, located at the northern end of the Niagara Escarpment; Georgian Bay National Park; Pukaskwa National Park on Lake Superior's North Shore; and Thousand Islands National Park, in the heart of the Thousand Islands area. Point Pelee National Park at the southernmost tip of Canada is day-use only.
The Ontario Private Campground Association represents a variety of camping experiences, from tent camping or full-size recreational vehicle camping.
For a more luxurious camping experience, try glamping. Join WildExodus Adventures for a glamping getaway in the Canadian Boreal Forest, with deluxe outdoor accommodations.
Houseboating is also an option in various parts of the province. The Trent-Severn Waterway and Rideau Canal are popular for houseboating. Le Boat's first North American experiences will be offered on the Rideau Canal in 2018!
Le Boat's NEW Canadian boating vacations are the perfect way to discover the beauty of the Rideau Canal. One of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century, the Rideau Canal is the oldest continuously-operated canal system in North America. Traveling this attractive waterway, you'll be able to unwind and take in the spectacular nature, picturesque towns and lively cities of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.