Fall is one of the greatest seasons to hit the open road in your RV and camp out under the stars. The weather is cooler, and there’s a crispness to the air that only occurs at this time of year. Evening campfires and hearty food cooked outdoors combined with the cozy comfort of multiple blankets on the bed round out the feels of Fall camping season. If you’re looking to venture out this month, we have a few suggestions for places you can visit . . .
Early fall in the Yukon is the perfect time to experience the glorious colours, crisp nights, and Northern Lights, and you can enjoy them all while soaking in the Takhini Hot Springs. After you’ve had your dip, explore the nearby city of Whitehorse, visit the northern animals at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, or day trip south to Carcross.
The world-renown Cabot Trail is spectacular at any season, but traveling it while the leaves change colours is an experience not to be missed. Following Cape Breton’s northern shore, the Cabot Trail winds through the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, offering dramatic coastal views and highland scenery.
Once the summer crowds have left, plan a trip to Pinery Provincial Park. The park offers year-round outdoor activities, from beaches to bird-watching, and it’s rare Carolinian forests are a sight to see dressed in autumn colours.
If birding is on your fall activity list, take a trip to Beaverhill Lake in central Alberta. Spot hundreds of migrating waterfowl, shorebirds, songbirds and hawks as they make their way through the area.
5) TOFINO, BC
Pack your wet weather gear and go storm watching in Tofino! From November to February, storm season rolls into full gear on the west coast, bringing powerful winds and high, crashing waves. Head to the beach to watch the giant surf roll in, and then cozy up in your RV.