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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.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
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The town of Vernon was officially founded in the late 1890s after decades of fur trading in central British Columbia. However, at the turn of the century, railroad tracks connected the city to Vancouver and the traders started to settle down. Being only 275 miles from one of Canada’s largest cities and 70 miles from Kamloops, Vernon is a popular tourist destination, known for excellent skiing in the winter, watersports in the summer, and a charming downtown throughout the year. When you book an RV in Vernon you can explore this part of the province and do it comfortably.
Vernon has all the amenities that you would expect from a small city – good shopping, plenty of options for accommodations, and a variety of things to do when you rent an RV. However, the town is quite spread out, and although the Vernon Regional Transit System does run bus routes from the downtown area, this may not be the quickest way to get around town. However, parking isn’t too hard to come by, so driving your Vernon motorhome rental around town should be easy.
If you’re interested in venturing a little farther outside of town with your Vernon RV rental, Kelowna is just 30 miles south of Vernon and has amazing scenery. Its location at the narrowest point of Okanagan Lake makes it a popular watersports destination.
You don’t need to go far to find harmony with nature, just make a visit to Polson Park, located in the heart of the city. The park sports a beautifully manicured Japanese garden, rose garden, and the floral clock – a large clock made from a variety of blooming flowers. There’s also Kal Beach on the northeastern tip of Kalamalka Lake, where you can swim, kayak, and enjoy a reprieve from the summer heat. Ellison, Silver Star, and Kalamalka Provincial Parks are also just short drives away and provide endless opportunities for hiking and wildlife watching.
If you’re a golfer, you’ll find a variety of courses around the area. However, those looking for an adrenaline rush will be better served by a trip to Paraglide Canada. Tandem jumps are safe, and there’s nothing like the feeling of gliding hundreds of feet above the countryside.
During the winter months, you might want to check out the Sovereign Lake Nordic Club, which offers snowshoe and cross-country ski rentals to use on their wonderfully groomed trails. Interspace Watersports also rents snowbikes, which are dirt bikes that have been converted to run on treads and a ski.
Dutch’s Campground is one of Vernon’s closest parks and has a variety of sites, many of which have full hookups, while others have only electricity and water or no hookups at all. The park also has a coin-op laundry, camp store, and a nine-hole mini-golf course. Silver Star RV Park is another option and only a a couple miles north of town. Many of the sites there have full hookups and the park also sports a pool and playground to keep the little ones active during the stay. It also sits on the shores of Swan Lake if you are bringing any type of watercraft along. Swan Lake RV Park and Campground is about four miles north of Vernon. The park has pedal boats, canoes, and kayaks that are available to anyone staying in the park.
There’s a Walmart on the northern edge of town where you could spend a night or two with the motorhome rental in Vernon, just be sure to call ahead to confirm your stay with store management. If you need to fuel up, there’s a truck stop on the north side of town, which should be a lot easier to maneuver through with your Vernon travel trailer rental or RV.
Vernon has one of the most charming downtowns of anywhere in British Columbia. Dozens of tiny shops beckon visitors to check out their wares and there are restaurants abound should you become famished. It’s also worth checking out some of the delicious produce grown in the area, with local orchards showcasing signature apples and cider and one of the local honey farms providing samples of some of the best honey you’ve ever tasted.
However, if you’re bringing the kids along in your Vernon rental motorhome, a trip to Atlantis Waterslides on the northern end of Swan Lake is an absolute must. An afternoon in their pool is a great way to cool off and the kids can run off some energy going up and down the park’s slides.
In the evening you’ll want to belly up to the bar at the craft distillery in town, home to some of the best vodka, gins, and whiskey in the province. Family-friendly entertainment can be found at Galaxy Cinemas on the south side of town, which plays all the newest blockbusters along with a few independent releases.