The Brands We Carry

At RV Canada we have a large inventory and wide selection of models and floor plans, along with competitive pricing, allowing us to make you a great deal on the Dutchmen, Forest River, Heartland, Jayco, Keystone, Open Range, Palomino, RoadTrek, Rockwood, or Winnebago of your choice. At Ottawa, Ontario’s RV Canada, our main goal is to assist you in making a confident RV purchasing decision. Our friendly and professional staff members are here to answer your questions and listen to your needs. No matter where you are in your New or Pre-Owned RV purchasing process, we’re here to help.

RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada

RV Canada

Your destination for RVs, parts, and service in the Ottawa and Gatineau area. Located at 2098 Prince of Wales just north of Hunt Club Road, we are open 7 days a week for your convenience.

RV Canada is home to all the top manufacturers. Names like Airstream, Jayco, Kodiak, Winnebago, and more. We carry a wide variety of new and used RVs in every model, Class A, Class B, and Class C Motorhomes, as well as 5th Wheels, Travel Trailers, Tent Trailers, and Cargo Trailers.

RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada

3 Signs You’re Ready for an RV Adventure

1) You are hypnotized by routine

You wake up. Hit the shower. Pack the kids’ lunches. Gulp down a coffee. Wait in traffic. Sit in a meeting. Stare at your computer. Wait in traffic. Cook dinner. Watch a show. Go to bed. Repeat and repeat and repeat…It’s easy to find yourself caught in a loop doing the daily grind. Sometimes it feels like a month goes by in the blink of an eye.

An RV adventure is the perfect way to break up the routine and swerve out of your normal lane. Head out to visit a new state or go to the lake you’ve been dreaming about at work. You can set your own schedule, so every day can be something new. Your regular life will be waiting for you, but there’s no need to hurry!


2) Your screens are giving you a headache

Many of us spend all day at work staring at a computer screen, then all night staring at a TV or a tablet with plenty of phone time in between. It often feels like our eyes are glued to the rectangular pieces of glass that surround us. Sometimes, all this screen time will even give us eye strain and headaches.

RVers know the best cure for screen-eye is a sunset over a beautiful vista. Unglue yourself from your devices and pack up for your rig for a weekend of restoration and recovery. You won’t find any clickbait out on the lake, and the beach doesn’t have an email address. Let the country’s natural beauty be the tonic for your tired eyes.


3) You’re spending too much time on the couch

We get it. Couches are comfy. There’s nothing better after a long day at work than plopping down with a snack to watch your favorite shows. Yet, it’s easy to fall into the couch potato lifestyle. Too many nights in a row, and you start to get up slower and get back down faster. Soon, comfort turns into lethargy and the couch becomes more of a trap than a respite.

When you feel like you’re becoming part of the couch, hurry out to your RV and get away to the campground. Get your legs moving by hitting the trail and going for a hike. Stretch out your back and start fishing. Replace your remote with a canoe paddle. Once you get outside, you’ll forget what kept you tied down to your old landing pad, and you will be inspired to get out more in your day to day life.


RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada

3 Reasons Why RVing is the Best Way to Vacation

Most Americans get a few precious weeks of vacation each year. This time off is well-deserved and rightfully cherished. It’s a time to unload, escape from the daily grind and enjoy the freedom to relax, pursue hobbies and reconnect with loved ones. For those looking to make the most of their vacation, camping and the RV lifestyle offers a unique package of benefits for years of rewarding and memorable experiences.

Open-ended adventure

Vacation means different things to different people. For some, it’s early mornings fishing at the lake. Others, its sunbathing at the beach or exploring historical sites around the country. An RV makes it easy to do all of these, and, more importantly, RVers can participate in a variety of activities with the same vehicle. As long as there is a campground nearby, the options are endless. Head up to the mountains one weekend, then spend a week in Gettysburg and close out the summer with a tailgate party at the local racetrack.

Face-to-face family time

So often these days, our faces are buried in screens from morning to night. It’s easy for family members to get lost in their own personal worlds of social media, streaming video and web surfing. RV vacations are a great opportunity to reestablish family bonds, unplugged and offline. The wealth of activities at the campground will make your kids forget about the notifications building up on their phones. Hike and swim during the day. Build a campfire and tell ghost stories at night. Dust off the cards and board games for rainy weather.  These analog experiences are sure to become lifelong memories for everyone.

Fresh air, sunshine and blue skies

An RV is a family’s ticket to the outdoors. What better way to refresh from long days stuck inside at work or in a classroom than heading out into nature. Imagine a weekend soaking up natural light surrounding by the sights, smells and sounds of the forest. It’s a trip back to the simple life. Campers are free to stretch their legs and breathe in deep. Take a hike and examine the different plants and critters that cross your path. Grab the canoe and paddle around the lake to find hidden islands and inlets.  Embrace the opportunity to get back to the natural world and reinvigorate your spirit.

RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada

RV Hot Spot

Famous for its subtropical weather, bountiful attractions and pulsing nightlife, Myrtle Beach is a seaside playground for vacationers of all ages. The city is in the heart of the Grand Strand—60 miles of uninterrupted beach winding down the coast of South Carolina. Visitors can spend the day soaking up the sun, splashing in the warm ocean waves and enjoying unique rides and museums. Then, after a full day of adventure, they can indulge in countless dining options before taking in a show or dancing the night away.


The warm, Atlantic beaches are the main attractions of the Grand Strand. The ocean temperatures average around 80 degrees in the summer, and the long sandy shoreline is a sunbather’s paradise.  Beachcombers will find an abundance of shells and fossilized shark teeth hidden in the sand. The coast’s piers offer excellent fishing and crabbing opportunities. No license is required for pier-fishing, though the piers charge a fee. Enjoy the ocean parasailing or jet skiing, and hop on a guided tour for deep sea fishing and dolphin-watching.


Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular golf destinations in the US. The Grand Strand boasts over 100 courses with a diverse range of designs and difficulties. Its courses have been created by industry-leading pioneers, and several frequently appear high in national rankings. Public courses often offer discounts, and the area has been recognized for its affordable tee times. For families, the city offers many epic mini golf courses with castles, mountains, pirates and more adventures!

Shopping and dining

Find treasures and fill your closet with the myriad of shopping options available at Myrtle Beach. Boardwalk on the Beach is a massive shopping and entertainment complex with restaurants, boutiques, souvenir shops and attractions like Wonderworks and Ripley’s Aquarium. Visit the outlet malls for bargain deals on quality brands.

After building up an appetite at the beach, head out to one of the city’s diverse dining options. Myrtle Beach is renowned for its seafood, but there’s a restaurant for every taste. Hungry vacationers can find wings, burgers, Italian, fine dining, and more. Want some local flavor? Seek out Calabash-style fried seafood or Lowcountry cooking for a taste of the real Carolinas.

For campers looking for a rustic experience, Myrtle Beach State Park offers a uniquely undeveloped respite in the heart of the city. The park offers 66 full hook-up sites for RVs with water, sewer and electric. The park also includes a fishing pier (no SC license required), two easy hiking trails, and a mile-long beach.



7 Essential RV Accessories

Whether you recently purchased your first RV, or you are re-stocking for the season, it is important to make sure you have all the correct accessories to enjoy your camping experience. We have created a list of seven essential RV accessories which will help you connect safely to campground power sources, maintain your sewage system, provide clean drinking water, and more!

Of course, every RV has different needs, so make sure you check with your manufacturer or local dealer to obtain the right supplies for you. If you have questions or need to purchase an item, contact your nearest Campers Inn RV Parts & Accessories center, and we will be happy to help!

1) 30-50 and other electrical adapters:

Connect RV to park power sources

2) Surge protector/guard:

Keep electrical system safe when using campground power

3) Toliet chemicals:

Break down waster and toliet paper in holding tanks

4) RV sewer kit (including hose):

Empty black and gray water tanks

5) Water pressure regulator:

Regulate campground water pressure to protect RV plumbing

6) Drinking water safe hose:

Maintain clean drinking water source

7) Leveling blocks:

Ensure vehicle is level when parked