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nedmtnman
post May 5 2013, 11:04 AM
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We are planning on entering Canada at Thunder bay area and traveling along the North coast of Lake Superior to Sault Ste. Marie and then over to Peterboro area to visit Winter Texan friends. This will probably be in early June. Any problems with spending the night in a campground. How are the rates in Provincial Park campgrounds etc. Any experience with Canadian travel ism appreciated.


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post May 5 2013, 11:32 AM
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QUOTE(nedmtnman @ May 5 2013, 09:04 AM) *

We are planning on entering Canada at Thunder bay area and traveling along the North coast of Lake Superior to Sault Ste. Marie and then over to Peterboro area to visit Winter Texan friends. This will probably be in early June. Any problems with spending the night in a campground. How are the rates in Provincial Park campgrounds etc. Any experience with Canadian travel ism appreciated.


There really isn't much different. Check all your credit cards to see which one is the best one to use, some have extra international fees, others don't. I made that mistake once. Fuel is a little more expensive, and sold by the liter. If you get a travel guide or find campgrounds outside rvparkreviews.com, they call a full hookup a 3-way, water/electric a 2-way in some guides. Most of the campground rates are comparable to the USA. Even though you won't be in these areas, I've noticed as you get further north, Yukon or Nova Scotia / Newfoundland you will see fewer 50-amp, but you usually don't need them since it's cooler and you don't need the A/C as much.

Being from the south, we have spent several summers exploring Canada to get away from the heat, and never had any issues. You should look around for checklist on things like passports, rv insurance, health coverage options and make sure you have all that type stuff in order just as you would for any international trip.




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