2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser with Roof Top Tent
2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser with Roof Top Tent
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Jasper National Park showcases the Canadian wilderness at its finest. The park occupies more than 4,000 square miles, making it the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. Expect to be awe-struck by rugged peaks, shimmering glaciers, turquoise lakes, and flower-filled meadows — not to mention a cast of iconic Canadian wildlife, including grizzly bears, moose, and elk. With so much history, heritage, and untamed natural beauty to discover, it's no surprise Jasper National Park is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Dreaming of a getaway to the Canadian Rockies? Book an RV in Alberta and you'll enjoy the freedom to explore Jasper National Park at your own pace. You'll love waking up in postcard-perfect campgrounds, roasting s'mores around the fire, and stargazing after dark. With a home on wheels, you can also tour nearby Banff National Park, as well as other Parks Canada gems like Yoho and Waterton Lakes.
Wildlife is a highlight at Jasper National Park, with bears, elk, moose, and bighorn sheep all living within the boundaries. The chances of spotting animals are fantastic, whether you're cruising along Icefields Parkway in your rental RV or hiking in the backcountry. For a quintessential Canadian experience, rent a canoe, kayak, or rowboat and enjoy a leisurely paddle on Maligne Lake. If you're feeling brave, you can even throw on your swimsuit and take an invigorating swim in the crystalline water.
Columbia Icefields Discovery Centre offers a unique chance to get up close with the mighty Athabasca Glacier. Admire the spectacle from the outdoor terrace of the visitors' center or ride the Snocoach Ice Explorer for a chance to walk on the glacier. The glass-floored Glacier Skywalk juts out from a clifftop and commands stunning, if not vertigo-inducing views over the Sunwapta Valley. Both the Columbia Icefields Discovery Centre and Glacier Skywalk are accessed via the Icefields Parkway, one of the most scenic drives in the world.
As you explore the park, you'll see bright red Adirondack chairs at popular sites and lookouts — perfect for photo opportunities. Visiting in the winter? Jasper National Park promises a bounty of snow-dusted adventures, including skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, and sleigh rides. Gear up for an ice climbing adventure or enjoy an enchanting walk through Maligne Canyon. Warm up at Miette Hot Springs, where you can soak in the mineral-rich waters of the Canadian Rockies.
Camping at Jasper National Park is the absolute best way to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Canadian Rockies. With more than 360 sites, Wapiti Campground offers the most choice and enjoys a picturesque setting on the banks of the Athabasca River. You'll find spacious electric sites for RVs of all sizes, as well as modern bathroom blocks with flush toilets and hot showers. Wapiti remains open in the winter, making it a great option if you're motorhome camping in the colder months.
Wabasso Campground is another good option for RVs, with stunning views of the mountains and Athabasca River. Smaller sites make Wabasso suitable for RV rentals of up to 27 feet. Pocahontas Campground is great for escaping the crowds and enjoying a back-to-nature experience. You'll also be treated to fire rings, running water, and flush toilets. Snaring Campground is also suited to smaller RVs and offers a mix of sunny and shaded sites. If you're lucky, you could snag one of the riverside spots.
Camping in an RV at Jasper National Park offers a unique chance to live and breathe the wonder of the Canadian Rockies. When you've had your fill of Jasper, head south to Banff National Park, where you'll find postcard-worthy attractions like Lake Louise. The glacier-fed lake is famous for its dazzling turquoise color and magnificent mountain backdrop. Peer into the historic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise or hike up to the tea house, where you can enjoy more than 100 types of loose leaf tea with gorgeous views over an alpine lake.
Gas, groceries, and other camping essentials can be found in the town of Jasper. You'll also find cozy cafes, bistros, and souvenir shops strung along Patricia Street and Connaught Drive. Calgary is three and a half hours from the park and is a great place to kick off a road trip in the Canadian Rockies. The city offers a huge selection of RV rentals near Jasper National Park and is also home to attractions like Calgary Zoo and the Glenbow Museum, not to mention the legendary Calgary Stampede held every July.