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Discover Abbotsford, BC
Abbotsford, British Columbia is one of the largest cities outside of Metro Vancouver in the province. It sits right along the Canadian-United States border. When you book an RV in Abbotsford, BC, you’ll discover that it’s a wonderful place to visit and not only is there an incredible array of wonderful outdoor adventures and scenery, its proximity means a quick trip across the U.S. border can put one into a new realm of national parks, forests, and other outdoor excursions.
Just south of Golden Ears Provincial Park and due west of Skagit Valley Provincial Park, Abbotsford also sits a short drive away from North Cascades National Park in Washington State, and is less than 30 miles from the scenic border city of Surrey. There’s no shortage of things to do, see, and enjoy, especially when you have an RV rental in Abbotsford.
The Great Outdoors
Exploring the great outdoors is easy with a motorhome rental in Abbotsford. For starters, you might want to check out International Friendship Garden which offers a quick trip to a nature garden and, when you visit at the right time, you get to hear the story behind the creation of this amazing oasis. With a major city surrounding it, the Golden Tree that sits in the center of this garden was originally commissioned as a way to celebrate several women who were lost in an automobile accident. It is considered a hidden gem and a wonderful place to sit and watch the birds. Even though you may have a luxury RV rental in Abbotsford, you can still get out, stretch, stroll the grounds, and enjoy the fresh air and take in the incredible aroma of flowers, in season.
Mill Lake is a beautiful, well-maintained park that encircles historic Mill Lake. This was an original site of a lumber mill that no longer exists, and for strollers of any physical capability, the path is paved all the way around and also offers boardwalks that lead to some private property. At Mill Lake Park, you can enjoy a water and splash park for the children during the summer months, an outdoor pool, playgrounds, picnic areas, plenty of grassy fields, and an electric boat launch. If you enjoy fishing, they stock this lake with trout all year round.
Willband Creek Park offers plenty of beautiful scenery. It offers a decent walking trail, picnic tables, and is quite peaceful. Just about any time of the year you visit this park, you will likely see some wildlife, including plenty of birds, squirrels, and, of course, rabbits.
Because of the size of the city, you won’t have much trouble searching out an RV park for your camper rental in Abbotsford. For starters, you can check out Sunnyside Campground in Cultus Lake, British Columbia, which is a short drive away from Abbotsford. They offer pull-through sites and tent camping, and pets are allowed. They’re kid friendly and offer hookups for electricity, water, and sewer, and they have a playground for children. They also provide fishing opportunities.
Just across the border in Sumas, Washington, you will find Sumas RV Park and Campground. They provide big rig access, pull-through sites, full hookups, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. There is a 10-foot wide bridge that you’ll need to cross to get into the campground. For those who are relatively new to driving an Abbotsford motorhome rental, the bridge could appear a bit intimidating, but it should end up being relatively easy to navigate.
Just north of Abbotsford is Royalwood Golf and RV Park in Chilliwack, British Columbia. Here, they offer pull-through sites, but not big rig access. They offer full hookups, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.
Exploring the City
Abbotsford, because of its size, offers a plethora of activities to enjoy. One might involve a visit to the EcoDairy. This is a great place for families with small children as it is an operating dairy farm. There are interactive sections and plenty of things to play with and learn. You can also watch a short film and take a tour of the barn.
Maan Farms Country Experience is also a decent place for those who have a rental RV in Abbotsford, BC. It’s another great place for young children and even teenagers can have a great deal of fun. If you are an outdoor enthusiast and enjoy zip lines, they also offer that opportunity.
The Mennonite Heritage Museum is a wonderful stop that chronicles the history of the Mennonites and some of the things they contributed to this region of Canada. They offer pictures and videos that are well presented. If you’re a history buff, this could certainly be a place you’ll want to put on your list of places to see when you rent an RV in Abbotsford, BC.
RV Rentals in Abbotsford, BC
Abbotsford, BC is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
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Recommendations for Abbotsford, BC from Outdoorsy Owners
Hovander Homestead is a step back in time with a big barn, small animal farm, large picnic areas, a classic farm house (open for tours) and the Nooksack River running through it. Great for families.
fraser valley has lots to offer, and cultus lake a waterpark and lots of activities for the family. do a farm tour while in the area
close to city but nestled in lush greenery, easy as a quick getaway
Free sani Dump, it can get busy during long weekends.
Great campsite, not far from town but you feel like you are. The river is pristine and great for swimming and their are beautiful walking trails as well as private spots to sit and be alone. fishing!
Birthplace of the Leprechaun. Full service RV centre for anything extra, minor or major repairs. Convenient sani-station for campers coming into Vancouver from Hwy 1.