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All towables

Trailer

Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.

Other

All other types of drivable vehicles.

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Discover Toronto


RV rentals in Toronto will bring you to the most populous city in Canada. It is part of Canada’s Golden Horseshoe, which stretches from Niagara Falls to Oshawa. Toronto is widely recognized as a global center of business, finance, technology, arts, and culture and is considered one of the most sophisticated and multicultural cities in the world. That being said, it’s still part of Canada, where neighborliness and courtesy reign supreme. Visitors will enjoy both the amenities of a major metropolis and the welcoming friendliness for which Canadians are known.

There is something for everyone in Toronto, whether you are visiting with your family, your significant other, a group of friends, or you are on your own for a taste of adventure! There are plenty of public art displays and performances, green spaces and outdoor activities, sports to watch and sports to play, plus shopping, dining, nightlife, themed and guided tours, and more. Your RV rental in Toronto opens up a world of adventure and activity, and you’ll love every minute of it. Mississauga and Markham are also often considered part of the Greater Toronto Area and are worth checking out as well.

The Great Outdoors

For as cosmopolitan and cultured as Toronto is, there’s also a huge emphasis on green space and outdoor activity. The Toronto and Region Conservation Association operates a number of parks, preserves, and recreation areas, including three campgrounds with serviced spaces for RVs (more on those later). Some TRCA highlights include the Heart Lake Conservation Area with a pool and splash pad, the Kortright Centre for Conservation, the Rouge National Urban Park (Canada’s pioneering first national urban park), and historical reenactments at the Black Creek Pioneer Village.

Besides the excellent public park areas, there are a number of other opportunities to enjoy the outdoors with the Toronto, ON rental RV. The city is very bike-friendly with plenty of trails to explore. You can check out the Toronto Ride Guide published by Ontario By Bike or the city’s own Cycling Network map. Bike Share Toronto makes rental bikes available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Stand-up boarding is popular throughout the city’s beaches, lakes, lagoons, and rivers. Kayak and canoe rentals are available through multiple outlets as well. Golf courses abound, including Canada’s only 72-hole facility at Cardinal Golf Club, and a course designed by Jack Nicklaus at Glen Abbey. There’s nothing more quintessentially Canadian than ice skating and there’s plenty of it throughout Toronto. Take classes at Canada’s largest indoor rink at Harbourfront Centre or skate in the middle of the city at the Toronto City Hall or the Shops at Don Mills. There are also lots of places to indulge in birdwatching and Canada’s Peregrine Outreach program is located in the Raptor Centre at Kortright.

Camping in Toronto

The TRCA operates three family-oriented (although all are welcome) campgrounds for your RV rental in Toronto, ON. The Glen Rouge Campground is within the city limits and public transportation stops are within walking distance. Campground fees include free admission to the Petticoat Creek Conservation Area and a discount at the Petticoat pool. The Albion Hills Campground is located in the Albion Hills Conservation Area. It features a pool, playgrounds, campground store, fire pits, showers, and WiFi in the chalet. The Indian Line Campground is on the Claireville Dam for a waterfront feel. It also offers access to public transportation and a pool, playgrounds, campground store, and WiFi.

KOA offers Toronto North and Toronto West sites for Toronto RV rentals. The Toronto North park features patios with fire pits and patio sets for outdoor dining, a heated pool, playgrounds with a giant checkerboard, mining, and free WiFi. It is located next to an RV dealership so you can have your vehicle serviced or tuned up if necessary while you visit Toronto. The Toronto West park offers a seasonal pool, dog park, bike rentals, mining, snack bar, “Kamping Kitchen,” and free WiFi. Your RV rental near Toronto will be even more fun at these campgrounds.

Exploring the City

You can book an RV in Toronto for any number of annual fairs and festivals including Toronto Pride, one of the largest Pride events in the world, or the Luminato Festival that incorporates many of the city’s theaters, parks, and public spaces. Other popular festivals include the TD Toronto Jazz Festival, the Indigenous Arts Festival, the Bud Light Dreams Festival which features electronic music on Lake Ontario, the Toronto Outdoor Art Festival, the Beaches International Jazz Festival and the Word On The Street Festival, which creates the world’s largest outdoor bookstore with over 270 book and magazine exhibitors and over 200 authors. The festivals don’t end there. You and the Toronto motorhome rental can also fest it up at the Toronto Summer Music Festival, Toronto’s Festival of Beer, the Small World Music Festival which features music from Mali, Korea, Cuba, Palestine, Spain, Estonia, and more, and the Toronto International Film Festival, the world’s largest public film festival.

Don’t miss the CN Tower, once the world’s tallest, when you book a motorhome rental in Toronto. Also, don’t miss the Royal Ontario Museum with its incredible historical and cultural collections and exhibits. The St. Lawrence Market offers everything from homegrown produce to high-end designers. There’s even an 18th-century Gothic Revival castle in the city; check out Casa Loma.

You won’t go hungry when you visit the area with a luxury RV in Toronto. The city is rife with dining establishments catering to all tastes, from hole-in-the-wall treasures to upscale celebrity chef restaurants. As one of the most multicultural cities in the world, it offers every type of cuisine that you can think of and some that may be completely new to you. There are numerous breweries, brew pubs, and bars as well for those who would enjoy a more intoxicating adult experience and all of this is readily available when you search for an RV in Toronto.

Popular RV Types & Amenities

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Taylor Creek Trail, ONToronto, ON
  • Lower Don Trails, ONToronto, ON
  • Crothers Woods Loop, ONToronto, ON
  • Brickworks and Moore Park Ravine, ONToronto, ON
  • Moore Park Ravine to David Balfour Park Loop, ONToronto, ON
  • Brickworks Trail, ONToronto, ON
  • Lower Don-Recreation Trail, ONToronto, ON
  • Moore Park Ravine Trail Loop, ONToronto, ON
  • Serena Gundy Park Trail, ONToronto, ON
  • Cabbagetown Neighborhood Tour, ONToronto, ON

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