VroomVroomVroom is ready to help you find the perfect RV rental for your road trip adventure through Toronto and beyond. We’ve partnered with Canada's major brands to make it easy for you to search, compare and book. Nobody wants to spend their vacation changing flat tires or trying to fix a malfunctioning camper, so that's why we’ve chosen the crème de la crème of Toronto RV rentals for you.
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Toronto is a great city to start your journey with an RV rental. Explore other stunning attractions in Ontario at your own pace, in a relaxed setting that an RV rental provides. Most of the vehicles our list are equipped with modern amenities to assure you of a comfortable trip. Check out our Toronto Day Trips to discover some of the fantastic attractions surrounding the city.
Some of our favorite things to do year-round in Toronto are:
Summer (June, July, August): Make the most of the parks across Toronto and enjoy a picnic or outdoor movie session. Tap your feet to the beat of the Toronto Jazz Festival. Feast on local eats at the Taste of Asia and Ribfest food festivals.
Fall (September, October, November): An apple a day keeps the doctor away and what better than an apple you’ve freshly picked at one of the nearby apple orchards like Applewood Farm & Winery, just a 45-minute drive from downtown Toronto. Enjoy the fall foliage at High Park, Rouge Park or Scarborough Bluffs. Sit courtside at an NBA game for Canada’s only team, the Toronto Raptors.
Winter (December, January, February): Enjoy the festive season with a visit to the Toronto Christmas Market and delicious warming eats at the Winterlicious food festival. Marvel at the artistry behind the ice sculptures at the Bloor-Yorkville Icefest. Get your (ice) skate on before dining at the nearby restaurants at Liberty Village.
Spring (March, April, May): Take advantage of sunny days with a visit to the Kensington Market Art Fair. Shop and cook up a storm with produce from one of Toronto’s neighbourhood farmer markets. Listen to tunes at the music festivals including Electric Island and CBC Music Festival.
Year-Round: Immerse yourself in a cultural experience as the Museum of Contemporary Art or Royal Ontario Museum. Imagine living in a castle with a visit to Casa Loma, a Gothic Revival style mansion with gardens. Explore the pedestrian-only Distillery District with 19th-century buildings and cobblestone streets. Home to restaurants, bars and boutiques there’s also art galleries and theatres to enjoy in the area.
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort is conveniently located, offering you a great spot to park your RV and enjoy the outdoors. The kids will have the time of their life at this park, and they can even meet Yogi Bear and the rest of the gang!
Milton Heights Campground is a great option if you prefer a more rural setting. Still, within easy reach of all the modern attractions in Toronto, this campground is located along the Niagara Escarpment.
Indian Line Campground is within easy driving distance of downtown Toronto and offers pull-through sites for RVs. It is a fully-serviced site with washrooms, free WiFI, showers, a swimming pool, children’s playground and pets permitted on leash.
Toronto Zoo makes for a great day out if you are traveling with kids. The zoo is well-known for its efforts in conservation and offers children a great way to learn more about wildlife.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is another great destination for children. The aquarium is conveniently located in the Entertainment District in downtown Toronto. Visit the venue to see all kinds of exotic marine wildlife.
The Royal Ontario Museum is home to stunning artwork and exciting historical artifacts. The Royal Ontario Museum is one of the largest of its kind in North America.
The Hockey Hall of Fame is a must-see for any sporting enthusiasts. Learn about the history of the sport and see exhibits dedicated to some of the great ice hockey players.
To rent an RV in Toronto you should be at least 25 years old. Some companies may rent to drivers 21 years old and over but you will need to confirm with your rental company.
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 Toronto including Glen Rouge Campground, Glen Rouge Campground and RV Burgess Park.