Arrive in Toronto and check into the airport hotel for a relaxing night before your road trip.
Days 2 & 3
Toronto – Niagara Falls (80 miles)
Pick up your Motorhome from the depot in Toronto and take the easy two hour drive to the magnificent Niagara Falls. Our suggested base is the Riverside Park Campground alongside the beautiful upper Niagara River, just minutes away from the Falls. You will be able to see the Falls from every angle – cruise into the spray, explore the caves behind the thundering water cascade and perhaps take a helicopter ride for a birds eye view. Whilst the actual resort of Niagara couldn’t be described as picturesque, there is plenty to do there as well as admire the Falls, with waterparks, amusements, shopping and golf. There is also the attractive and charming town Niagara-on-the-Lake where you will find delightful wineries, boutique shops and tempting restaurants
Days 4 & 5
Niagara – Wasaga Beach & Blue Mountain (160 miles)
Head to the Blue Mountain, where you next port of call is Wasaga Pines Resort, on the rugged shores of Georgian Bay. Wasaga Beach is the longest freshwater beach in the world, making it a haven for swimming, kayaking and diving. Close by is the Blue Mountain Resort, where you will find all sorts of outdoor activities including Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, cycling and golf.
Days 6 & 7
Wasaga – Algonquin Provincial Park (110 miles)
Journey through Ontario’s playground, Muskoka, renowned for its sparkling lakes, dramatic landscape and quaint towns. Today your destination is the stunning Algonquin Provincial Park, and the lovely Algonquin Trails Campground. The Park offers hiking trails and canoe routes for all ages and abilities.
Algonquin Provincial Park – Ottawa (200 miles)
Travel east to the capital city of Ottawa, and park up at Ottawa’s Poplar Grove Campsite, 30 minutes south west of the city. Cruise along the Rideau Canal, explore the cultural and historical sites and meander around ByWard market. There’s lots to do in this attractive city, so you may want to add on another night at this campsite.
Ottawa - Kingston (175 miles)
Drive south along the Rideau Heritage Route, pausing at various charming towns on your way to the 1000 Islands. Set amid the granite and greenery of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve, the Ivy Lea Campsite is perfectly located in the heart of the 1000 Islands. Explore this beautiful area on a cruise, sailing past tree-clad isles, palatial waterfront homes and quaint island cottages, and take time to visit the historic town of Kingston.
Kingston - Toronto (190 miles)
The final leg of your adventure takes you along the shores of Lake Ontario, and perhaps take a detour along the Taste Trail – driving bucolic back roads lined with artisanal food producers, wineries and restaurants. Our suggested overnight stop is the Toronto KOA West
Toronto (40 miles)
Return your Motorhome to the depot, and either make your way to the airport for an evening flight home, or perhaps check in to one of Toronto’s city centre hotels to allow you to explore this cosmopolitan city.