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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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Home to Vancouver International Airport, the city of Richmond, British Columbia is pretty easily accessible. Located in southern BC, this coastal Canadian town is a vibrant city that’s constantly redefining itself. Alive and dynamic, it’s a city that calls locals and visitors to leave their comfort zones in exchange for unique, rewarding, and authentic experiences. With galleries, museums, and national historic sites, Richmond offers diverse attractions to please all visitors. And as if its cultural heritage were not enough to entice, this stunning coastal city, with its majestic landscapes, offers opportunities for all nature lovers to immerse themselves into the beauty of their surroundings. Explore the waters of the Strait of Georgia or head a few miles north and find yourself feeling wonderfully small among the majesty of the Canadian Rockies. Truly, if you’re seeking a once-in-a-lifetime experience filled with culture and beauty, look no further than an RV rental from Richmond, British Columbia.
You’re never far from a scenic and serene walking trail when you reserve a travel trailer rental in Richmond. Richmond has an extensive network of trails over 80 kilometers (50 miles) long. Generally flat terrain in remarkable landscapes, these trails are perhaps the best way to explore the city. Pack your favorite pair of hiking shoes or rent a bike instead. Whether you’re in the mood to visit a beach, a protected wetland area, scenic green spaces, or a popular park, hop on one of the trails, and make your way around town.
Enjoy the ocean, forests, and mountains at Lighthouse Park, one of the most scenic parks in Vancouver. Home to old-growth western redcedars and some of the largest Douglas firs in the region, various trails that meander through the woods offer spectacular views of the water. Head deep into the lush 185-acre virgin rainforest or choose a trail down to the craggy coastline instead. You can circle the park and reach the lighthouse at the end of your hike, or you can take a more direct route to Point Atkinson Lighthouse. Take in the towering 18.3-meter (60 foot) lighthouse, enjoy a picnic in the park, or, during the summer, climb the dozens of routes on solid granite at Lighthouse Park.
Spanish Banks in Vancouver is a series of beaches on the shores of English Bay. Each beach is different, but they all have lifeguards on duty, and two have water wheelchairs. Enjoy a picnic, set up a barbecue, gather your friends for a game of beach volleyball, or just sit on the beach and soak up the sun.
Call Burnaby Cariboo RV Park and Campground home for the night when you reserve a motorhome rental in Richmond. Open year-round and less than half an hour's drive away in Burnaby, the campground has nature trails, a recreation building, an indoor pool, a fitness room, and a hot tub. Each of the 212 sites is outfitted with a picnic table and privacy hedge, a patio, and 30 amp electrical service with water and sewer hookups. After a long day, freshen up in the heated washrooms with hot showers or go fishing on the surrounding 400-acre Burnaby Lake.
You might also consider Capilano River RV Park in West Vancouver. Mere minutes from downtown Vancouver, you’ll have easy access to world-class shopping, dining, and entertainment. For your convenience, the RV park has an on-site laundry facility, a heated outdoor swimming pool, an indoor hot tub, and offers Wi-Fi. Each site at the campground has a picnic table, 15/30 amp electrical service, and hookups for water and sewer. There’s also a children’s play area for your little ones. And if you have four-legged friends along for the ride, the campground is pet-friendly and features a doggie walk with free doggie bags. There’s also an off-leash dog park a 10-minute walk from Capilano River RV Park.
Even if you’re not a Buddhist, International Buddhist Temple is an amazing place to visit when you book an RV rental in Richmond. Known as the most authentic traditional Chinese imperial-style temple in all of North America, you’ll feel like you’re stepping into Beijing’s Forbidden City when you visit. Since 1983, when the temple’s tall wooden doors first opened, it has been alluring guests with its fierce-looking lion statues, golden Buddha figures, aromatic incense, and colorful tile-topped halls. And before you leave, be sure to stop by the gardens. Decorated like a traditional Chinese garden, you’ll find pine and spruce trees, fountains, gazebos, ponds, and limestone rock arrangements. Be sure to check it out when you rent an RV in Richmond.
Head north to Vancouver and check out the Museum of Anthropology. Part of the University of British Columbia’s campus, the museum aims to promote awareness and understanding of our culturally diverse world. The museum’s curators accomplish this goal through their exhibits which emphasize artistic diversity. Additionally, the exhibits demonstrate the contemporary political and social context in which artists communicate their cultural traditions. Museum of Anthropology houses almost 50,000 works from all over the world while the Laboratory of Archaeology has an additional 535,000 objects in the building, so come check out the museum when you rent a motorhome in Richmond, and learn more about the land.
Richmond is known for its Asian influences, and that becomes super apparent with a trip to Golden Village. A dynamic hub of Asian culture, Golden Village offers some of the best and authentic Asian dining and shopping in the world. Hungry? You can find region-specific foods on Food Street — a road in the heart of Golden Village with over 200 restaurants. Sink your teeth into Cantonese xiao long bao (soup dumplings) or savor a plate of Hunan shredded pork with fresh peppers. Once you’ve had your fill, check out Parker Place Mall or Aberdeen Centre for some authentic Asian shopping.
No matter what you consider “fun,” you can experience it when you search for an RV in Greater Vancouver.