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Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta, a Canadian province. Sitting comfortably in the valley of the famous Saskatchewan River, this city offers both the feeling of urban, fast-paced action and a calm, laid back and restful experience when renting an RV in Edmonton, AB. Edmonton is also nicknamed ‘’Canada’s Festival City’’ and rightly so, as it hosts a number of year-round festivals scattered all over the city.

Founded in 1795 and originally named Fort Edmonton, the city has grown to become Alberta’s second largest municipality, with a population of currently over one million citizens. As a fairly large city, second only to Calgary, Edmonton offers various enjoyable and stress-free activities to its visitors. If you decide to rent an RV in Edmonton, you’ll certainly find something to enjoy. Check out popular clubs and other nightlife sites or step back and appreciate the unique landscape and picturesque scenery. Grab a map and explore the city from dusk till dawn. Breathe in the unique culture, enjoy the tasty food and drink, or simply visit with some of the locals, who are usually more than happy to share the interesting history of their city with you.

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The Great Outdoors

Pack up the Edmonton motorhome rental and venture out into the great natural expanses that surround this grand city. Elk Island National Park is about 48 kilometers East of Edmonton. Hiking trails span over 80 kilometers here and offer access to some awesome wildlife observing opportunities. As part of the Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve, Elk Island is a prime place for stargazing. Gazers are welcome at all hours of the night to sprawl out and admire the vast skyscape. Be sure to bring warm clothes and keep lighting usage to a minimum.

Banff National Park is about 395 kilometers South of Edmonton. While a bit of a trek in the camper rental, it’ll be, no doubt, a worthwhile visit. This vast 6,641 square kilometer space spans the Canadian Rocky Mountains and features glaciers, icefields and mirror-smooth lakes. The surreal naturescapes that make up this majestic park set it bounds apart from much of the other already impressive terrain around this neck of Canada.

Halfway between Calgary and Edmonton lies the scenic city of Red Deer. This sizeable city was once named the Cultural City of Canada and is home to a variety of theaters, music festivals, art galleries, and for balance, the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame.

You don’t have to take the Edmonton RV rental out of the city to enjoy the great outdoors. Edmonton boasts over 160 kilometers of well-maintained, multi-purpose trails scattered all over the river valley. These trails are ideal for walking, running or cycling; there is no better way to explore the city than just immersing yourself in the surroundings!

If you’re an avid golfer looking to enjoy the sunny, open space and swing a few clubs, Edmonton’s the place for you. Get some time out on the green at one or two of the dozen highly rated courses around town.

RV Parks

There are a couple of RV parks where you can take your Edmonton motorhome rental and enjoy the scenery. The first one is Glowing Embers RV Park & Travel Center. The camping sites are spacious and usually shaded.

Diamond Grove RV Campground is another RV park where you can plant your Edmonton camper rental. The RV park features barbeque grills, fire pits, large RV sites and a big 10-acre dog park where furry family members can roam freely.

There are also a couple of Walmarts scattered around the city, so you won’t be far from supplies. Fuel for the RV rental in Edmonton is also pretty easy to find; gas stations are located throughout the city.

Exploring the City

The sizeable city of Edmonton honors its history. Visitors and citizens alike have plenty of opportunities to appreciate this city’s past through various sites and stops around town. Visit Fort Edmonton Park, Canada’s largest living history museum. Here you can witness the history of the city’s evolution; from its start as a small settlement, to its Fort Edmonton status, to the industrial boom in the early 20th century.

Another place to visit is the Edmonton Valley Zoo. The zoo is home to around 350 animals and is focused primarily on the conservation of species. Educating visitors is also a top priority here, so expect to leave a little bit smarter than you came.  The animals here are happy and healthy and tons of fun to watch.

Edmonton's main summer festival is K-Days, or Klondike Days. A fest with many names, it has also been known as Capital Ex and originally, the Edmonton Exhibition. It is an annual ten day festival, usually organized near the end of July. This popular festival features carnival rides, music performances and concerts, trade shows, and even daily fireworks.

Nightlife is also well established in Edmonton with plenty of lively lounging spots from which to choose. From outdoor dining to club cruising, there’s definitely a place for you in the nighttime Edmonton scene.

Book a rental camper in Edmonton, AB and experience the varied culture and natural wonders that make this Canadian metropolis unique.

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