Saskatchewan residency laws for snowbirds

Saskatchewan snowbirds and travelers – your government is being realistic! I just received word on Saskatchewan residency laws and rules for travellers (I’m not sure when these were changed but they are much more realistic and straight forward. Below is what I copied from their website. Who is considered a Saskatchewan resident? For the purposes of vehicle registration eligibility, an … Continue reading

BC Parks Volunteer Opportunities

BC Parks works with thousands of volunteers every year – please go to www.bcparksvolunteers.ca for more information. Park Host Program The Park Host Program is an important hospitality service available to visitors in some park locations. The role of a park host is to enhance visitor services, greeting park visitors and providing them with information about things to do in … Continue reading

RVers need exercise – now!

I know you don’t want to hear it and it seems strange to have to say this but RVers need exercise. How do I know RVers need exercise? Because I am one of those people who sat in our fifth wheel all winter waiting for winter to be over.  I did do a bit of walking – if you can … Continue reading

Visitors – How to RV in Canada

If you have questions about coming to Canada in your Rv – you’re not alone. RV in Canada to relax and enjoy our beautiful country. I hear discussions and concerns about our banking system, questions on how to cross the border, what food is available, languages, gun laws, safety and all types of other topics. Those are just a few … Continue reading

Travel to Canada for an RV Adventure

Thousands of RVers Travel to Canada Looking for something special for your next RV adventure? If the idea of unlimited exhilarating or interesting things to see and do for the whole family, then it’s time to travel to Canada for your next adventure. It actually may become overwhelming trying to choose from a wildlife viewing adventure in the Canadian Rockies, … Continue reading

Free Discovery Pass to Canada’s National Parks

A Discovery Pass gives visitors free access to National Parks, National Marine Conservation Areas and National Historic Sites – across Canada. Canada is 150 years old and 2017 is going to be a good year! In celebration of our birthday all Canadian National Park entrance fees are waived if you have a Discovery Pass.   Both Canadians and visitors can … Continue reading

The Calgary Stampede is a must for RVers

There’s even more to do in Calgary this summer but don’t miss the Calgary Stampede Buckle up for a ride of your life if you are anywhere between July 3 and the 12th and make sure you take at least one day to enjoy the famous Calgary Stampede. From sensational chuck wagon races, that will have you out of your … Continue reading

Top 10 historical sites in British Columbia’s interior

British Columbia’s Historical Sites British Columbia is the most western province in Canada with the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Rocky Mountains to the east all developed by resilient people including the First Nations who settled here first. The lure of the unknown, gold, silver, forestry and a safe place to retreat to from persecution brought people of … Continue reading