Lil’ Sammy #2
Lil’ Sammy #2
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2008 Palomino Maverick with Diesel Truck
Super Easy Pop-Up trailer great for families!
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Located between Vancouver and Coquitlam is one of the largest cities in British Columbia. Originally a bedroom community serving Vancouver, Burnaby has since developed its own urban charm. You'll find no shortage of scenic parks, shopping centers, and tourist attractions to experience during your stay.
Situated along the serene waters of Burrard Inlet, Burnaby treats visitors to water views set against a picture-perfect backdrop of sprawling skyline. Big city and great outdoors collide here, with two expansive green spaces and sparkling lakes located in the heart of the bustling metropolitan area.
Planning to spend some time exploring Burnaby's natural beauty and pristine lakes? Book an RV in British Columbia and kickstart your getaway. The Trans-Canada Highway passes through the city center, making it easy to reach for those traveling in a motorhome rental.
While you're exploring the city in your Burnaby RV rental, your first stop should be one of the city's beautiful parks. Burnaby Lake Regional Park is just off the Trans-Canada Highway, making it an excellent spot to stretch your legs after a long drive in the campervan rental. This vast park is a real treat for birdwatching enthusiasts keen to catch a glimpse of belted kingfishers diving for their dinner, bald eagles soaring overhead, or the elusive green-backed heron. The park's off-leash area is a hit with canine campers as well.
Deer Lake Park is right across the highway from Burnaby Lake Regional Park and also comes complete with its own lake. Deer Lake Park is packed with lush forests and meadows where you can have a picnic, hike, and enjoy some quality time with the family. Boating, swimming, and fishing are popular pastimes on the lake. If you're visiting during June or July, you'll get to enjoy some of the park's special events, like Symphony in the Park or the Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival.
Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area is a big draw for outdoor enthusiasts. Must-see attractions include the Centennial Rose Garden, home to nearly 1,000 species of colorful flora, and the Kamui Mintara sculptures. This collection of intricately carved totem poles celebrates Burnaby's special relationship with Kushiro, Japan, Burnaby's sister city. Hikers will want to trek the 28-kilometer (17-mile) trail network. Summit Burnaby Mountain for a bird's-eye view of the recreation area. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife along the way, including deer, bears, and cougars.
For those who enjoy playing golf, there are courses near Burnaby Mountain and at Riverway Sports Complex. These beautiful parks are just a few of the recreation areas available throughout the city, so no matter what you like to do, Burnaby has your camping crew covered.
Need a place to park your RV rental in Burnaby? While you won't find a huge selection of RV parks in the city, Burnaby Cariboo RV Park and Campground is an excellent option. Over 200 paved sites offer full hookups and picnic tables. Amenities include Wi-Fi, heated bathhouses, laundry facilities, a dump station, and a camp store. You'll also find a variety of fun activities right on-site, including a jacuzzi, pool, games room, and gym. This campground is also convenient to Burnaby Lake Regional Park.
If you'd prefer to camp in your RV rental near Burnaby instead, you'll find a few RV camping opportunities in Vancouver. Capilano River RV Park is a good choice for campers looking to stay in central Vancouver and also spend some time by the water. Choose from more than 200 sites equipped with full hookups. Included on the long list of amenities are an outdoor pool, laundry facilities, a dog walk area, hot tub, and rec room. A dump station and propane are also available.
When you're ready to treat yourself to a meal at one of Burnaby's restaurants, you'll be spoiled for choice. Italian, Japanese, steak and seafood, and classic Canadian fare are all on offer throughout the city, with more options available in Vancouver. Before you hit the road, refill your Burnaby camper rental at one of the city's many gas stations.
History buffs will want to tour The Burnaby Village Museum at Deer Lake Park. This is a 10-acre open-air museum with over 30 buildings and staff members dressed in period clothing. During your visit, you'll see a restored carousel from 1912, the War Memorial Fountain, Vorce Tram Station, and many other early 20th-century exhibits. Sign up for one of the museum's educational programs to learn more about the history of Burnaby. Alternatively, learn about the city's Japanese-Canadian heritage at Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre. When you're done taking in the historic photos and artifacts, wander out to the Japanese-Canadian garden.
Steer your Burnaby motorhome rental into Vancouver to experience more of the region's attractions. Science World is a must-see for the budding scientists in your group, featuring exhibits on everything from astronomy to robotics. Then, venture down to Granville Island and Gastown to pick up souvenirs for loved ones back home or to treat yourself to a gourmet meal.
When you rent an RV near Burnaby, you're well-placed to experience some of the best entertainment available in this quaint part of the Great White North. Once you're ready to hit the road again, you're just a short drive from Surrey and Richmond.