Our Large Inventory

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
613-226-8228
http://www.rvcanada.ca/

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No Better Place To Buy Yourself Some Fun!

We are here to provide you with the tools that will make buying an RV easier. You can browse our new and used Travel Trailer, Motorhome, 5th Wheel and other RV inventory, get a quote, apply for credit, value your trade in or make a service appointment easily online, from anywhere in Ontario, Quebec, and the Atlantic Provinces.

RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada
613-226-8228
http://www.rvcanada.ca/

The Jayco Story

Jayco, Inc. was founded in 1968 by a man of strong faith and vision. The late Lloyd J. Bontrager, family man and inventor, felt he could build the world a better RV. He longed to create a company of his own, one that clearly reflected his ideals: a company where everyone would be treated as “family” — from our factory to our front office, our salespeople to our suppliers, and our customers to our community.

 

With encouragement from his wife Bertha, Lloyd started Jayco on their farm in two chicken houses and a barn! He developed his own prototype camping trailer and a unique lifter system for fold-down campers, the basic design of which is patented and still in use today. By the end of 1968, his fledgling company of 15 employees had sold 132 fold-down camping trailers. Today, Jayco’s “family” of employees has grown to nearly 1,600 people, with more than 25,000 people joining our “extended family” of customers each year.

 

Blending Old World Amish craftsmanship with innovative technology, Jayco has developed a full lineup of recreation vehicles at our company headquarters in rural Middlebury, Ind. And while our product line has grown considerably, every unit we build is still guided by Lloyd’s vision and a humble desire to help make it easier for families to explore together and relax together. With a history dating back to 1968, Jayco’s mission remains unchanged – to build exemplary RV’s and provide customers with extraordinary service after the sale. It’s what separates us from other RV manufacturers. 

 

RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada
613-226-8228
http://www.rvcanada.ca/

2016 Keystone Laredo 333Bh Trailer

Enjoy the Life Sized Camping Experience. The amenities in your home are life sized. And they should be like that in your camper, too. Laredo doesn’t settle for smaller RV sized features. Instead we make them “life sized” the way you are used to. Laredo enhances your camping experience by giving you the perfect combination of features, floor plans, and value. Couple Laredo’s “Life Sized” features with industry leading quality and customer service and sacrifice nothing in your home away from home.

RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada
613-226-8228
http://www.rvcanada.ca/

The Big Red Roof

Welcome to RV Canada. You can browse our inventory -new or used- get a quote, fill out a credit application, value your trade in or make a service appointment all online to make the most of your leisure time. At RV Canada in Quispamsis, New Brunswick we’re here to help you with all of your camping and RV lifestyle needs.

At RV Canada we have a wide selection of models, along with competitive pricing, allowing us to make you a great deal on the Jayco or Cherokee of your choice. We have a wide variety of floor plans to fit your budget and lifestyle. At RV Canada Saint John, our main goal is to assist you in making a confident decision. Our friendly and professional staff members are here to answer your questions and listen to your needs. Whether you’re shopping for a new or pre-owned RV, we’re here to help with your search. Our well-stocked inventory includes popular Jayco or Cherokee product as well as a wide variety of used. Make the most of your leisure time with an RV from RV Canada. For everything Camping, you’ll find it all under The Big Red Roof.

RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada
613-226-8228
http://www.rvcanada.ca/

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
613-226-8228
http://www.rvcanada.ca/

3 Reasons Why the RV Community is the Best

Every summer, RVers across the country pack up their campers and hit the road. Some are heading to their favorite campground retreat. Others are venturing out to explore the nation or heading to the stadium to cheer on their team. Anywhere they go, they will join a community of fellow RVers out to have a good time and live the RV life to the fullest.

The chance to make new friends with people who share your interests is one of the greatest benefits of RVing. These friendships can last a weekend or a lifetime, and RVers will always cherish sharing bike races, campfire sing-alongs and breezy summer evenings with their camping buddies.

A neighborhood away from home

Whether you are staying for a weekend, a week or the whole summer, campgrounds abound with opportunities to mix and mingle. Kids can meet up away from school and screens to explore the park on their bikes or help each other perfect their rope-swing cannonballs. Many campgrounds also feature scheduled activities, like arts and crafts, yard game tournaments, and ice cream socials.

While the kids are playing, parents can relax on the beach and swap campfire recipes or favorite summer reads. Make plans to wake up early to fish for trout, and then get the families together in the evening for a cookout. When night falls, gather around the fire and ask everyone to share their favorite ghost stories and songs.

For RVers with a regular spot or a seasonal site, the campground becomes your neighborhood away from home. You’ll look forward to returning weekend after weekend to catch up with your camp friends and enjoy the outdoors.

Kindred souls on the road

RVers also use their rigs to roam the country and discover new states, natural wonders and historical landmarks. Check the license plates in any National Park to see how far RVers will travel to enjoy their hobby.

When you pull up to an RV park, you can be assured you’ll find kindred souls waiting for you. Maybe you’ll see someone who drives the same brand as you, or you’ll spot a canoe or a mountain bike at their site. With so many people around who love RVing, it’s easy to strike up a conversation. You can share tips about past adventures and find inspiration for new trips in the future.

With social media, you can turn these one-time encounters into long-term friendships. Follow the rest of each other’s journeys online and continue to trade stories and photos from your travels.

Make sure to stay in touch, and arrange a meet up the next summer. Soon, you’ll have built a network of RV friends around the country. They may even come in handy if you need a driveway to park in for a night.

It’s always a party

Camping isn’t the only activity RVers enjoy. Many use their campers to tailgate at the stadium where their favorite team is playing. The parking lot is always a party. Celebrate with other fans decked out in jerseys, face paint and elaborate costumes. Use your RV’s grill to cook brats and sausages for everyone, and crank up the game coverage on your outdoor entertainment center to show off your team spirit.  For racing fans, many tracks allow campers to park their RVs in the infield to watch the cars chase after victory.

RVers can find many other events to participate in, as well. Associations like the Family Motor Coach Association hold rallies which draw RVers from all around the area, and a number of concert festivals encourage campers to stay on the festival grounds for a long weekend of music and camaraderie.

Wherever your adventures take you, the strength of the RV community means you’ll always have people nearby to make your trips even more memorable.

RV Canada
2098 Prince of Whales Drive
Ottawa, On Canada
613-226-8228
http://www.rvcanada.ca/