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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.
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Heading north for next vacation? Consider RV rentals in Kitchener, Ontario. The city is only about an hour from Toronto. Between Lake Huron and Lake Erie, Kitchener is only two hours from Niagara Falls and the New York border, and only three hours from Detroit, Michigan. You’ll be close to many popular Canadian attractions, great restaurants, shops, boutiques and entertainment venues when you get an RV rental in Kitchener.
The city is super connected, with sidewalks, bike lanes, bus lines, and a rail system; you won’t have to navigate around in your Kitchener camper rental if you don’t want to. The city has a beautiful design, the streets are laid out in a complex radial pattern unlike most grid-laid Ontario cities. Kitchener also has a considerable community trail system. It is one of the biggest and best in the state. The trails all together total more than 135 miles. Many trails and paths lead to and along the Grand River. Not only do nature lovers love Kitchener, but so do those who live for arts, music and culture. There are dozens of theaters and galleries sprinkled around the city.
There’s plenty of pristine wilderness to enjoy in the Kitchener area. In the heart of downtown is Victoria Park, the oldest outdoor park in the city. A bronze statue of Queen Victoria is the gem of the park, and standing guard near her is a real cannon. The park is a beautiful place to spend the day or have a picnic, and it regularly hosts events and festivals.
Rockway Gardens is another spot to visit in town. It’s adjacent to the Rockway golf course and features ornate fountains, waterfalls, peaceful ponds and lovely rock formations. On the south edge of town lies Huron Natural Area. The park extends out over 260 acres of woodlands, wetlands and meadows. It’s a popular place for hikers, joggers, bird watchers, photographers and nature lovers. Rattlesnake Point is a natural treasure in Ontario. There are 17 campgrounds that offer RV-friendly sites. It’s a beautiful place for hiking or biking. Make sure you stop at Buffalo Crag lookout point for breathtaking views of the Niagara Escarpment. The park is also a premier rock climbing destination.
If you want to take the Kitchener rental RV a little farther out of town, there are lots of options for an outdoor adventure. Fanshawe Conservation Area is only about an hour away. You can bring the Kitchener RV rental and camp for a little while or for a long time. It’s an excellent area for fishing, boating and water sports with large docks and ample boat launches on site. It’s also a popular place for hiking, biking, and swimming. Take the Kitchener camper rental a little ways east and you’ll find Heart Lake Conservation Area. It’s an outdoor adventurer’s paradise. You can camp here at one of many RV-friendly campsites. Some popular activities the park offers include zip lining, mountain biking, paddling, skiing, fishing, golfing, hiking, horseback riding and more.
Another great place to bring the Kitchener motorhome rental for some camping is Rockwood Conservation Area. The Eramosa River snakes through the park. The area features large limestone cliffs, fantastic caves, and glacial potholes. The park is also the home of the old Harris & Co. Rockwood Woolen Mill. The ruins are open to the public to explore.
There is no shortage of places to stay with your camper rental near Kitchener. Landings Campground offers guests pull-through sites and clean facilities. Guests can enjoy sunbathing on the beach or go for a swim. Nith River Campground is family and pet-friendly, and the park is well maintained. Green Acre Park is another choice for travelers. The park is green and lush with manicured lawns and beautiful gardens.
Gulliver's Lake RV Resort is a place to consider for family fun and relaxation. They have a bountiful beach, swimming areas, floating rafts, docks, shuffleboard, kayak rentals and more. Willow Lake Campground offers sites with full hookups. There’s also a game room, playground and fully stocked camp store on site.
Woodland Lake RV Resort can provide a peaceful place to park the Kitchener, ON rental RV. The resort features a hardwood forest, sandy beaches, and a spring-fed lake with fountain. While you’re visiting, try out some bass fishing, rent a paddle boat or bicycle, or go for a hike on one of the several trails.
There is always something happening in Kitchener, also known as the “sister city” of Waterloo. It is a cultural hub of festivals and activities. Each year the city hosts a plethora of events, including the Open Ears Festival, IMPACT theater festival, the Multicultural Festival and more. There are many places to view some stunning pieces of art from famous and local artists like the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery and TheMuseum.
For live music, check out Centre In The Square or The Aud. The city also has its own independent music label, Busted Flat Records. For delicious food, fresh produce and neat crafts, head over to the St. Jacobs Farmers Market. Bring the kids to Funworx for a wet and wild day at the waterpark. Kitchener is a beautiful city and the best way to see it showcased is to take a tour in a horse drawn trolley.