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New Tecumseth is located on the Ontario Peninsula, just off Route 400. Found midway between Guelph and Brampton, and less than a two- hour drive from Toronto, New Tecumseth is a great option for anyone wanting to break away from the city.

Not established until 1991, New Tecumseth is a relatively young city. The energetic, cosmopolitan atmosphere here is thanks to the city’s historical make-up. Once simply known as Tecumseth, the city is now an amalgamation of several different communities including the town of Alliston and the villages of Beeton and Tottenham.

This convergence of several towns has played in the city’s favor as it is now laden with layers upon layers of rich history and culture. Cleverly intertwined with carefully designed outdoor spaces, New Tecumseth makes for the perfect getaway. With such a rich history and beautiful green spaces, consider an RV rental in Simcoe County today!

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The Great Outdoors

The warm summers, coupled with the copious number of beautiful outdoor spaces, makes New Tecumseth an ideal vacation spot. All of these perks add up for the perfect trip in your New Tecumseth RV rental.

Begin the outdoor adventures at Earl Rowe Provincial Park. Named after a politician and lieutenant who lived here during the 20th century, this park boasts ample opportunities to learn about the local history whilst enjoying the great outdoors. Hiking is the most popular way to explore the park. With six different hiking trails, all of which cater to different difficulty levels, including two with wheelchair accessibility, there is something here for everyone. For somewhere to cool down after an arduous hike, visit one of the three swimming areas provided here. Choose between the two small natural lakes or the large outdoor swimming pool. If you’d rather stay dry, kayaking is another popular activity here, with visitors bringing their own boats to use on the lake or renting one from the visitor’s center.

The Tottenham Conservation Area is also a must visit for any nature lovers that have an RV rental near New Tecumseth. The conservation area comprises of 41-acres of excellent parkland and natural, untouched habitats. Relax on the large sandy beach, play a game of volleyball, or take a canoe out onto the water. No matter what you decide to do, look out for the plethora of wildlife that calls this park their home. Blue Heron, trumpeter swans, and even the elusive groundhog have all been spotted here!

Avid hikers will be delighted to know that they can join the scenic Trans Canada Trail directly from New Tecumseth. Originally set up to celebrate the beauty of Simcoe County, this trail takes hikers through a wide range of different landscapes. Pick up the trail from the Tottenham Conservation Area, follow the open pastures through to the unique Trestle Bridge and finally end up in the charming town of Innisfil.

RV Parks

Luckily for RV users, most of the local parks in the area have campgrounds where you can stay in your New Tecumseth camper rental. Within Earl Rowe Provincial Park, there are four main campgrounds to choose from, all of which cater to different sized RVs. Facilities here range from primitive sites to those with electrical hookups and full washroom facilities. For those looking for a more luxurious camping experience, make sure to book a spot at the Blue Heron or Heydon Way campgrounds!

The Tottenham Conservation Area also has a convenient campground for RV users. The sites here are huge and, spread out amongst the trees, and the pitches are incredibly private. Although most sites have electrical hookups, the expansive spaces do come with their drawbacks. Being such a large site, it can be quite a substantial walk to the nearest toilet and shower block!

For those who prefer a campground with modern conveniences, head ten minutes down the road to the Nicolston Dam. Located on the historic Nottawasaga River, the Nicolston Dam Campground provides an abundance of amenities for your luxury RV rental from New Tecumseth, with an equally as stunning backdrop. Full hookups available at every site and high-speed WIFI, what else could you need for a comfortable stay?

Exploring the City

New Tecumseth is a city that is proud of its rich heritage and takes every opportunity to celebrate it. The Museum on the Boyne is a must see for any history buffs with a motorhome rental from New Tecumseth. With a large collection of household, agricultural and, industrial artifacts as well as in-depth displays showcasing the history of Simcoe County, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by this glut of information. Book a guided tour and let one of the friendly, knowledgeable staff break down the information into easily digestible chunks!

Unknown to some, New Tecumseth has an interesting connection within the world of progressive medical research. Frederick Banting, a co-discoverer of insulin, was born and raised in the town of Alliston, now part of New Tecumseth. It is possible to visit the exact house that he was born in that is now full of interesting exhibits retelling the story of Banting’s life. The museum also acts as a Diabetes and Education Center, hoping to educate visitors on the illness and the wonder that is insulin.

For any train enthusiasts that have rented a motorhome in New Tecumseth do not miss the opportunity to take a ride on the South Simcoe Railway. This vintage steam railway has been operating excursions since 1993, making it the oldest steam heritage railway in Ontario! Excursions last forty-minutes and take you along the picturesque Beeton Creek Valley through to Beeton and back. During the holiday seasons, they even run themed events that are great for kids!

With a rich cultural heritage and plenty of green spaces to take advantage of, rent an RV in New Tecumseth today!

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