Whilst the beauty of an RV Motorhome holiday is the freedom and flexibility it provides, it is often worth having at least an idea of where you want to travel in order to be able to make the most of your holiday.
We’ve put together a range of suggested itineraries to help you along the way – so if you’re looking for some inspiration you’re in the right place!
Whilst it is not currently possible for us to reserve these itineraries on your behalf we do suggest that at certain times of year and in certain locations it may be necessary to pre-book your campsites – for example if you plan to camp with your motorhome in one of the National Parks or if your stay includes any US or Canadian public holidays.
This is the ultimate tour of the West! Enjoy Southern California beaches, iconic National Parks including Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Zion & Bryce as well as the 3 major cities Los Angeles, San Francisco & Las Vegas, if you have the time and haven’t seen the west then this trip showcases it all!
Western Canada is the best place to see the great outdoors and nature’s wonders and this tour includes the heart of it all, the splendour of the Rocky Mountains. There is so much to see and do, enjoy fabulous cosmopolitan Vancouver, experience a wildlife tour or take a soothing soak in hot springs! Then just sit back and take in the glorious views of the majestic snow-capped mountains and those pristine turquoise lakes. This tour truly has something to offer visitors of all tastes and ages.
Charming homes with white picket fences; quaint covered bridges; crashing surf on the rugged Atlantic coast; soaring mountain ranges; sophisticated and stately homes and dining; Colonial history; tea clippers and whaling fleets. These are just some of the iconic New England images we’ve tried to bring together in this itinerary of contrasts.
The very best of the Wild West! You will start in Colorado and travel through Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota and Utah, seeing where history was made. Meet heroes and heroines such as Calamity Jane, Buffalo Bill Cody, Indian Chief, Crazy Horse and visit breathtaking Mount Rushmore.
Running from San Francisco in the north right down to San Diego, just minutes from the Mexican border at Tijuana, California has to be one of those ‘dream destinations’. It has everything from beach to forests and National Parks so whatever your inclination, do join us for this magnificent ride. You will most definitely want more than one night in each place!
Best known for its unique cities of Montreal and Québec which combine hundreds of years of history with Gallic charm and superb year round festivals, the Classic Québec tour introduces you to unexpected sites, spectacular scenery and some memorable wildlife and experiences. Each region suggested has a very different feel and lots of character and fun to explore.
Miami or Fort Lauderdale loop including The Keys, Everglades National Park, Sanibel, Disney and more… In this tour we want you to see a lot more of what Florida has to offer. If you want to cut out Orlando because you did it before, that’s more time to spend meandering and exploring.
Minnesota is known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” where the headwaters of the Mississippi River & Lake Superior are located. With 85,000 miles of coastline, 66 state parks, 57 state forests & 2 National forests this truly is a tour for those wanting to get close to nature and view an abundance of wildlife, including the internationally renowned eagle, wolf & black bear wildlife centers. Minnesota Motorhome
Ideal during the fall but perfect any time from May to October - find out first hand why Ontario is "Yours to Discover". The sheer brilliance of the foliage, the sunny days and cool evenings, colors that will take your breath away. Eastern Canada is awash with colour from mid-September through mid-October - anytime during this period you're sure to find Ontario's fall foliage at its best somewhere on your journey.
Route 66 is a legend. Since 1926, it has provided the way for travellers to follow their dreams. No other highway has been immortalized in song, prose, and film. This journey involves driving on Freeways and stopping at places where the old road still exists. As there is so much to see and do along Route 66 you may wish to extend this trip with additional days in some locations.
Come and visit the Jewell of Canada that is the maritimes, the 3 provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island each have their own unique cultural identities. The provinces are known for their stunning seacoasts, charming lighthouses and the whale migration.
On this tour you will experience the beguiling mix of history, mystery, Cajun hospitality and food, Fun with a capital ‘F’ and music that Louisiana is so famous for! And then there’s Texas -The Lone Star State they describe as a ‘whole other country’ explore the cities and enjoy the sparkling expanses of windswept beaches, feast on the freshest seafood and relax under the warm Texas sky, it just doesn’t get any better than that!
The Yukon has pristine rivers and lakes; endless forests teeming with wildlife; and a fascinating Gold Rush history that is so close, dance hall music can still be heard. And anywhere there is a place to park a camper – whether it is in a natural Motorhome or RV park or beside a stream with no name – a mountain view is practically guaranteed. The Yukon is young and wild, yet a modern highway system links its many historic and beautiful towns.