Cheap RV Rental in Toronto with RVRentaCampervan

Holiday Motorhome Rental is the best way to see Toronto
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Toronto is Canada’s largest and most populous city, while also being the highlight of its province, Ontario. motorhome rental in Toronto comes highly recommended for trips out of the metropolitan area, with camping sites found in the suburbs. The selection of RVs is more than satisfactory.

Ever since 1998, Toronto has contained six further internal cities that cover 600 square kilometres between them. The Don River Valley, the Humber and Rouge Valleys, and the areas around Lake Ontario are the most popular with Motorhome drivers.

RVRentaCampervan have been providing memorable campervan holidays since 2001, this experience coupled with a customer service team that really care will ensure you join the many thousands of happy campers that have booked with us.

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After a lot of research we booked through Andy at RVRentacampervan with excellent results. Being our first experience of a motorhome the supplier Fraserway were very understanding, returning emails promptly, arranging pickups and catering for a minor change of plans.We had no complaints with the motorhome that Frazerway provided and the service was more than adequate. The staff were friendly and efficient. We had one small accident with the plumbing but that was put down to wear and tear so no extra charges levied,

Thanks for a fantastic stress free holiday.

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Proposed Campervan Drives in Toronto

Niagara Falls:

Head roughly 130kms from the metropolitan area close to the border with New York State in the US and eventually end up at one of the planet’s most popular wonders. Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls are 3 waterfalls that are actually one of the most popular tourist sites in North America. Little do many know, Niagara Falls is between the United States and Canada. Most people like to go on tours in the water below Horseshoe Falls and get soaked by some of the water that plunges 188 feet! While here, along the river one can also do the Niagara River Recreational Trail for some more fun and to understand the history of the war that happened here. Accommodation for those with a Camping Van is abundant in this area and Niagara Falls KOA or Jellystone Niagara Camp Resort are popular sites. The panoramic views here are stunning and have inspired many great works of art.

Stratford:

This cute and quaint town is just a couple of hours to the west of Toronto city center after a scenic drive. It plays host to a Shakespeare festival that runs from April to November each year. It is also home to an annual outdoor Stratford music festival during the months of July and August. Aside from the great times many have at the Shakespeare festival, much more fun is to be had here. A gorgeous park is waiting for you to explore it at the Avon River. Some people choose to rent a canoe and go around the lake while they are here. One can also go to the Stratford-Perth Museum while here and learn about the history of the city itself. Unrelated to Shakespeare. Happy Hills Resort in Embro and Country Gardens Campervan Park are popular with RV users, as Toronto is a very easy place for one to get around. Brickman’s Botanical Gardens is only a 15 minute drive out the city limits and is a peaceful place to relax.

Thousand Islands:

Worth it for the scenery alone and only an hour and 30 minutes drive from the country’s capital, Ottawa, Thousand Island is not to be missed! Actually, it is more than a thousand islands. It is currently 1,864 islands that runs along the U.S and Canadian border on Saint Lawrence River. One of the things many people love to do is see some of the unique architecture people have placed on their own islands. An example would be some of the people have chosen to make their own castles as their residence. Wolfe Island has a ruined fort on it from the American Revolutionary War that is great for history buffs. Also, there is only 1 artificial island here. You are looking at natures finest when you get to glimpse at the beauty that the earth has created. The 1000 Islands Camping Resort and Ivy Lea KOA Campground can be used by those with RVs – both are located in Lansdowne.

Guideline on Driving Rental RV
  • Road network:
  • As Toronto is so big, most of its roads run for long distances. The highways are usually congested from 07:00 to 10:00 and 16:00 to 19:00. As a city of over eight million people, Toronto is well served by the AA. Petrol stations in Toronto are easy to find.

  • Speed limits:
  • Urban roads:50-80kph
    Provincial roads:70-90kph
    National roads and motorways:80-110kph

  • Alcohol limits:
  • 0.08 per cent, with heavy fines for offenders.

  • Safety:
  • Roads in Toronto are in excellent condition and drivers drive on the left. Using a mobile phone in Toronto and the rest of Canada is prohibited while at the wheel.

    Compare Campervan Hire Suppliers & Map of Toronto

    The best deals on Toronto RV rental are available in the city centre, such as Downtown, Midtown, East Toronto, Etobicoke, York, Scarborough and North York. Pick ups are also possible at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Fleet 3, GW C24 Euro Style and LCL Class C26 are the preferred camping van models.


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    Canada Dreams Depot Details:

    576 Evans Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario M8W 2W1
    416-243-3232
    1-800-909-7631 (Toll Free – Canada & U.S.A)

    Compass Depot Details:

    5362 County Road 27 North RR 1
    Cookstown, ON L0L1L0, Canada

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