Blog Author - Eldorado Rv
Yogi Bear and Boo Boo, those iconic cartoon characters from the 1960s, are eyeing "pic-a-nic" baskets on the outskirts of Toronto. Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park & Camp Resort is the perfect spot to park that camper, especially if travelling with children.
No matter what size motorhome or camper you select at your Alberta RV dealer, chances are you'll end up with a galley kitchen of some sort. While some of the larger motorhomes have space to rival that of small homes or apartments, other units may test your storage creativity.
Your new motorhome is sitting in the driveway, fresh off the lot of your Lethbridge RV dealer. The pantry is full, the clothes are packed and you're ready to venture out for your first family vacation in your home on wheels.
Most Canadians have no qualms taking their motorhomes out for a winter camping trip. Perhaps it's to do a bit of skiing or snowshoeing in the backcountry, or to head for relatively milder climes along the British Columbia coast.
No, your camper is not a boat. But, it does move, and for some people, roughly 33 percent of the population, that means the possibility of experiencing motion sickness. But, the beauty of an RV is stopping when and where you want, especially handy for those with a tendency to get "car sick".
When you bought your Eldorado RV did you ever think you'd be on the lookout for a lake monster? Take a trip to British Columbia's Okanagan Lake and you might just catch a glimpse of Ogopogo, the province's cherished sea serpent.
Once you've visited your Alberta RV Dealer and found the perfect home on wheels, it's time to do a bit of exploring. Why not start with the province of Alberta?
January in Lethbridge means taking to nearly 40 kilometres of snow covered nature trails or paying a winter visit to the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. It could also mean watching the local hockey team vie for a win.
Boxing Day is celebrated throughout Canada as well as in Britain, Australia and New Zealand. If you happen to be traveling in the United States, December 26th is not an official holiday. But, the crowds at the local malls might make you think otherwise.
Spend some time looking at the mechanical marvels offered by your Alberta RV Dealer and it's easy to imagine taking to the road for a winter adventure. Even spending the holidays tooling about has an intrinsic appeal.