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Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta and a great place to start your Canadian holiday. It provides easy access to Calgary and the Rocky Mountains. A trip to Edmonton is a fine balance between big city life and plenty of outdoor adventures, making it an ideal destination for RVers. Explore hidden gems in the city’s culinary scene, see bison roam free and shop in North America’s largest mall.
Some of our favorite things to do year-round in Edmonton are:
Summer (June, July, August): Known as the ‘Festival City’ you’ll bet you can spend many Summer days enjoying festival life including the month-long Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Edmonton International Fringe Festival or dine out at the Taste of Edmonton Festival.
Fall (September, October, November): See more than 350 animals at the Edmonton Valley Zoo including red pandas, lemurs and snow leopards. Watch the leaves turn brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden which includes a Japanese Garden, tropical greenhouse and butterfly house.
Winter (December, January, February): You can’t miss out on seeing a live ice hockey game at Rogers Place. And if you’d prefer to skate for yourself, lace up your boots and find a local ice skating rink to glide across. Take a day trip to Elk Island National Park (approximately 33 minutes from the city) to explore the beautiful winter wonderland.
Spring (March, April, May): Forage for delicious produce at Edmonton’s largest indoor farmers’ markets or join a craft beer history tour. Visit the open-air Fort Edmonton Park and learn about the history of the city’s establishment.
Year-Round: See the four pyramid-shaped hothouses home to rare plants at the Muttart Conservatory. Take a guided tour of the Legislature Building and learn of its unique architecture and history. Enjoy the modernist design of the Art Gallery of Alberta and its collection of more than 6,000 pieces.
The Rainbow Valley Campground is perfect for family vacations. The park features a large playground for the kids as well as many scenic nature trails. It features 39 powered sites, as well as amenities such as laundry facilities and disposal. There is also a convenience store located near the site. The campground is open from April to October.
Devon Lions Campground in the North Saskatchewan River Valley is just 15-minutes from the city and provides a secluded and peaceful environment. The campground offers barbecue facilities, showers and a playground. You can reach the campground easily from Edmonton, simply head to Saskatchewan Avenue.
Glowing Embers RV Park is an easy 27-minute drive from Edmonton with 288 full-service sites and 15, 30 and 50 amp options. Located in a picturesque parkland, there is WiFi, a general store, laundromat and indoor recreation area to make your stay more comfortable.
The Edmonton Mall is the largest shopping mall in North America. Shop at some of the top stores and find some Edmonton souvenirs. If you're travelling with children, they will be sure to love the World Waterpark, featuring the largest indoor wave pool in the world. The Edmonton Mall also features a mirror maze, mini-golf, an underground aquarium, and an ice-skating rink. You won't easily run out of things to do at this mall.
Fort Edmonton Park features the country's biggest living history museum. Take a journey through Edmonton's history with exhibits and information displays. Visitors can also ride on the steam train and see a 4D movie. Live shows and events take place throughout the year in the park, so make sure to check the calendar.
Royal Alberta Museum is the largest museum in Western Canada and tells the stories of life in Alberta. Follow the journey from petroglyphs to dinosaurs and 500 generations of First Peoples. This is for the curious traveller of all ages!
You must be 25 years old or over to rent an RV in Edmonton. However, some providers may rent to those drivers that are 21 and over.
Generally, no refund will be given even if you return the RV early.
You will incur a late fee if you return your RV past the agreed time. Make sure also to inform your RV provider if you know that you’ll be arriving late.
There are plenty of places to camp or stay with your RV near Edmonton including Clover Court Motel & RV Park, Glowing Embers RV Park or St Albert Kinsmen RV Park.
Yes. You may be charged a cleaning fee especially if the exterior of your rental RV is excessively dirty.