8 Reasons to Try Seasonal RVing in Ontario

Seasonal RVing in OntarioOntario is one of our favorite places on earth. Thick pine forests, sandy lakeshores, and rolling farmlands come together in one stunning province. It’s an exceptional region for vacationing and you’ll want to savor every second of the outdoors. To accomplish that goal, we recommend seasonal RVing in Ontario.

Seasonal RVing means staying for a longer term than your typical week-long or weekend vacation. In Ontario, most seasonal RVers stay for the summer holidays between June and August. Some stay for a month, some stay for several. The choice is yours, but there are many benefits to longer stays. Keep reading to learn why you should try seasonal RVing this summer!

1. Less Packing, More Playing

Staying seasonally means less time packing (and unpacking) and more time playing. Rather than making several short trips each summer, take a long-term stay to avoid the hassle of frequently moving. This makes life easier and vacation more enjoyable!

Niagara Falls2. Day Trips to Niagara Falls

One of the best parts about seasonal RVing in Ontario is that you can frequently day trip to many natural wonders. Niagara Falls, for example, is within a one-hour drive of several resorts, including:

3. Summer Activities in the Blue Mountains

If you’re heading to the shores of the Georgian Bay, Craigleith RV Resort & Campground is an ideal destination. Located in Thornbury, Craigleith provides easy access to summer activities in the Blue Mountains. With golf courses, hiking trails, high ropes courses, a mountain coaster, and more, Blue Mountain is just as fun in summer as in winter.

Lake Erie Beach at Sherkston Shores Beach Resort in Ontario4. Beach Days at Sherkston Shores

For seasonal guests at Sherkston Shores, summer fun doesn’t require one to leave the resort. With two and a half miles of sandy beaches along Lake Erie, Sherkston Shores has plenty of aquatic activities. From swimming to paddle boarding to jet skiing, the beach day fun is endless!

5. Camping Near Stratford Festival

Are you a fan of the theatrical arts? Consider taking your seasonal stay at Woodland Lake RV Resort & Campground. Nestled near Stratford, Ontario, Woodland Lake is ideal for RVers who would like to attend Stratford Festival productions. From Shakespearean classics to more modern plays like Oklahoma, Stratford Festival is a renowned celebration of drama.

Paddleboarding at Gulliver's Lake RV Resort and Campground6. Exclusive Access to Seasonal Resorts

Perhaps the best part of seasonal RVing in Ontario is the access to exclusive resorts. Gulliver’s Lake RV Resort & Campground caters just to seasonal guests and features a 14-acre lake fed by artesian wells. Scuba divers and swimmers are particularly keen to explore the clear waters.

Further south, Pleasant Beach Campground is a great destination near Niagara Falls and Lake Erie. The namesake Pleasant Beach is a lauded kitesurfing destination on Lake Erie, and there’s plenty more fun around Sherkston. Be sure to check out the resort’s seasonal RV sites and cozy cabins!

7. Come and Go on Your Schedule

Yet another reason to become a seasonal guest? You can come and go on your schedule. More and more workplaces are offering the flexibility to work remotely. For the summer, you can stay at a nearby resort, working remotely and occasionally heading to the office as needed. It’s the perfect way to spend the summer camping without using all your vacation time.

RV Campsite at Silver Birches RV Resort and Campground8. Provincial Park Visits

Ontario is home to many astounding provincial parks. When it comes to seasonal RVing in Ontario, that means you can take many visits to nearby provincial parks. For example, Silver Birches RV Resort & Campground is close to birdwatching and beaches at Pinery Provincial Park. And Deer Lake RV Resort & Campground is just 50 kilometers from famous Algonquin Provincial Park!


As you can see, there are numerous reasons to try seasonal RVing in Ontario. Come stay with us this summer and don’t forget to check out our Special Offers for extra savings. And if you know someone else who could use an Ontario vacation, be sure to pass this post along.


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*No Cancellation Fee policy is only valid on reservations at a Sun RV resort placed through March 31, 2021 for stays completed by May 27, 2021. Guests wishing to cancel without fees must call the resort at least 48 hours prior to the resorts’ check-in time to confirm their cancellation. Guests who fail to show for their scheduled stay without confirming their cancellation with the resort, will be charged in accordance with the resort’s cancellation policy. Policy is not valid on reservations with stays of over 28 days, with the exception of participating Florida properties, which vary by resort. Policy expires March 31, 2021.