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Canada has beautiful scenery practically everywhere you go, but an RV rental in North Bay, Ontario is the gateway to a delightful vacation; from the delicious and unique local foods and customs, to the spectacular natural areas around every corner. Book an RV in North Bay and you have access to a wealth of activities to make your getaway as relaxing or exhilarating as you wish. There’s nothing better than finding that perfect view and camping out sunset to sunrise. Named after its position on the shores of Lake Nipissing you can find plenty to do in the area. You can reach the city of Sudbury with a hour and a half. Another splendid destination in the area is French River, under two hours away in your North Bay motorhome rental. For those who like a longer road trip, you can reach Canada’s capital, Ottawa, in a little less than four hours.

Whenever you need a break from driving the RV you can use North Bay Transit to grab a shuttle around the area. There’s so much to enjoy that makes renting an RV in North Bay a simple solution for a freedom-filled vacation.

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The Great Outdoors

North Bay encompasses so much for anyone who enjoys nature. The variety of ways to enjoy many dynamic scenes when you tour around in your North Bay RV rental is an unbeatable experience. Lake Nippissing makes for a beautiful base with shore side views, trails, and fabulous fishing in and around the third largest lake in Ontario. Head over to Marten River Provincial Park for even more spectacular scenes. Multiple campgrounds make this a great area to spread out for a couple days. You could also check out Widdifield Forest Provincial Park for a slightly different vibe. Trading the beaches and shores, for rocky cliffs and waterfalls, this forest park is a serene wonderland full of cool creatures and unique vegetation.

If you are looking to for something a bit more exotic head out to the Manitou Islands Provincial Park. This park is made up of four different islands in Lake Nipissing. Watch out for nesting osprey and Great Blue Heron colonies. The main islands are untouched with no services so you really feel like you are in the wilderness. You can swim, boat, and fish from the sandy beaches, too.

Another beautiful natural green area is the Laurier Woods Conservation Area. It has some of the best trails in the whole area in its 240 acres. Biking, hiking, and just strolling along are all splendid here. Exploring the wetlands, rocky outcrops, and upland forest will expose you to many migrating birds and other interesting creatures. Make sure you bring your camera and your binoculars. If the weather is right, the Laurentian Ski Hill is also worth visiting for some exhilarating winter fun. It’s almost impossible to not find a jaw dropping scene while you travel around the area in your North Bay, ON RV rental.

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One of the best parts about an RV rental near North Bay is the plentiful options for where you can stay. Champlain Tent, Trailer and RV Park is a quaint spot right in the city for convenience. It’s located where the Levase River meets Lake Nipissing, adjacent to the historical Champlain Municipal Park. Get a full hookup site and find restaurants and shopping nearby. There’s restrooms, showers, and laundry onsite. Guests can also stay connected to friends and family by using the park’s Wi-Fi.

Fairview Park Camping & Marina is another solution, right in the city. The sites are full hookup and you can enjoy the heated swimming pool. You can also rent a canoe or kayak to explore the Levase River at the onsite marina. This RV park has a wilderness feeling while still being only minutes away from downtown North Bay.

Taking your North Bay camper rental 15 minutes outside of town, you’ll find the Sequin Beach Kampground and Trailer Park in Callander. Rent a canoe or kayak to explore Lake Nipissing from the easy beach access. There’s walking and biking trails nearby and picnic areas for lunch. The kids will love the playground and the the sites are full hookup.

Explore the City

There’s so much more to enjoy than just the outdoors in North Bay and that’s saying something. With all of the fascinating Canadian culture to explore you don’t even need to go outside. Dionne Quints Museum details some intriguing history at this quintuplets 1930’s household and the North Bay Museum is full of exhibits on all sorts of subjects. Head over to the Heritage Railway & Carousel Company to check out some more thrilling local culture. The military-minded will enjoy the Canadian Forces Museum of Aerospace Defense. You can also find some pretty cool exhibits at the Canadian Ecology Centre and the Callander Bay Heritage Museum & Alex Dufresne Gallery. North Bay is absolutely loaded with amazing attractions that make it a terrific place to rent an RV.

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