Classic Ontario road trip - ready tour in Canada by camper van

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From neon lights to nature silence: discover the many faces of Ontario. Bustling cities, breathtaking views, and iconic sites such as Niagara Falls, await you.

Motorhome travel route

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Details of the trip

  • Camper pickup location: Toronto
  • Place of returning the camper: Toronto
  • Duration: 11 days
  • Length of the route: 1,537 miles

The routes we publish on the portal are created in cooperation with Cruise America - the largest motorhome rental company in the USA and Canada . We are the only and official representative of this rental company in Poland. At the end of each described route, we provide approximate costs of renting a motorhome and other additional costs such as insurance, fuel costs, etc.

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Day 1 & 2 - Niagara Falls


Pick up your campervan from Cruise Canada in Toronto in the morning. Only two hours of a pleasant drive now separate you from Niagara Falls. Check in to Riverside Park Campground near the Headwaters of the Niagara River. From here, you are only a few minutes away from the waterfall. The waterfall itself can be admired from various viewpoints . If you want to see what it looks like from a bird's eye view, it is also worth getting a helicopter. But not only the waterfall is worth attention. There are plenty of theaters, golf courses, shops and wine bars in this area. As the terrain is mostly flat, you can take a bike trip along the local wineries, and on the way you will see small picturesque towns like Niagara on the Lake.

Day 3 & 4 - Georgian Bay

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Today we're heading to Blue Mountain. Your next stop will be Wasaga Pines Resort near the rocky shores of Georgian Bay. Wasaga Beach is the longest freshwater beach in the world. The campground is only a few minutes away, so don't forget to pack your bathing suits.

The crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay are tempting to try some water sports: you can go kayaking and even dive to discover a wreck hidden under the water! Not far from here is the pedestrian zone - Blue Mountain Resort.

Day 5 & 6 - Algonquin Provincial Park


We jump back in the camper and drive to Muskoka - a district known for its sparkling lakes, beautiful landscapes and one-of-a-kind towns. We head northeast to the famous Algonquin Provincial Park. Camping Algonquin Trails Campground , where you will spend a few nights, is located in a beautiful corner of Canada, covered with tall pine trees. There are hiking trails and waterways in the park that can be overcome by canoe. There will be something for beginners and advanced canoeists. It's good to keep your eyes peeled - wildlife is all around! Don't forget your cameras!

Day 7 & 8 - Ottawa

Today we are going east to the bustling city. Course for the capital of Canada , Ottawa. Along the way, consider a river rafting off Forester's Falls. Park at Poplar Grove Campsite, 30 minutes southeast of Ottawa. Time to rest after a long journey. Take a full day to explore this beautiful city where you will find many monuments, galleries, museums and other places to learn about the local culture. Take a walking or cycling trip along the Rideau canal - it is one of the most beautiful places in the city. The canal is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is worth venturing down the winding streets in the city center and reaching the ByWard Market. At one of the largest and oldest markets in North America, you can enjoy not only the view, but also a whole range of unique sounds and smells.

Day 9 - Kingston


Today we head south along the Rideau Heritage Route. On the way, we will have a few stops in picturesque towns and at historic locks. At the end of the day, we will reach the 1000 Islands camping.

Ivy Lea, which lies in the heart of the Thousand Islands, among granite formations and green areas of the Frontenac Arch biosphere reserve. This is a good place to go boating, kayaking, diving, sailing and much more. It is also a great opportunity to admire the beauty of the Thousand Islands during one of the cruises. From the deck of a cruise ship, you can see the tree-lined islands, stately riverside mansions and small but charming huts on the islands. The historic city of Kingston is not far from here.

Day 10 - Lake Ontario

The final straight is ahead of us - today we will drive along the shores of Lake Ontario , heading west, back to Toronto. It's a good idea to return your camper early in the morning and spend another night or two in one of the hotels. This is a great way to end an emotional stay in one of the Canadian cities where there is always something to do. You certainly won't be disappointed - there is literally everything here, from world art, shops, restaurants open 24 hours a day and many entertainment options, also for the whole family. If you want to see a breathtaking view of the entire city, go to the top of the CN Tower. In addition, you can also walk through the multicultural districts of the city: you will find here as many as six Chinese districts, a Portuguese village, a Greek town, little India and little Italy.

Day 11 - Bolton


Today we will drive approximately 40 miles to Bolton, where you will drop off your camper at the Cruise Canada point. You can take the opportunity to stay in Toronto to explore the city and discover what you haven't seen yet. If at the end you want to treat yourself to a dose of strong emotions, remember EdgeWalk! Around the CN tower, 356m above the ground, there is a pavement that can be walked on, provided that a special suit and harness are worn.

Costs for a C25 motorhome

A classic journey through Ontario

We present the cost of the trip for a 5-person camper today (02/06/2022). The price is valid this week only and changes every Sunday. The C25 is a 5-person camper, in fact 4 + 1. You can read more about the types of motorhomes in the tourbook .

  • The cost of renting a motorhome in October 2022: approx. 1280 CAD
  • The cost of renting a motorhome in May 2023: approx. CAD 600
  • The cost of renting a motorhome in July 2023: approx. CAD 3150

You need to add to the rental:

  • The cost of the purchased kilometers: approx . CAD 600 (1600 km package)
  • Deposit: CAD 500
  • Fuel Costs: With an average fuel price currently in Ontario of $ 8.21 / gallon, the cost of a 1,000 mile drive is approximately $ 821-1362. Cruise America motorhomes can be driven from 6 miles to 10 miles on 1 gallon of fuel. Hence the forks.

You can add to the rent:

  • Early pickup of the motorhome, later handover of the motorhome and transfer from the hotel and airport: approx. CAD 480
  • Personal kit 75 CAD / per person
  • Vehicle Provisioning kit 125 CAD / RV
  • Additional insurance with deductible of 0 CAD. the cost of this insurance is CAD 14.95 per day

The given rental prices for May and July include the Early Booking discount which is valid for reservations until the end of 2022. The price may change. The given prices do not constitute an offer within the meaning of Article 66 paragraph 1 of the Civil Code.

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