Featuring a distinctive skyline stretched across a backdrop of snow-capped Rocky Mountain peaks, Calgary, Alberta is Canada's high plains jewel. Boasting more than 1 million residents, it's the epicenter of culture in the Canadian Prairie. Whether you're planning an RV road trip through Calgary or leaving from Calgary for a vacation amid Alberta's mountainous beauty, you'll appreciate the convenience of Cruise America and Cruise Canada RV rentals, your best source for RV rentals and RV sales in Calgary.
Why rent an RV? From saving time to saving money, the reasons are endless. With Cruise America/Cruise Canada, you'll enjoy relaxing Canada motorhome vacations instead of the hassle of flights, rental cars and hotels. Plus, you can bring your RV anywhere: national parks, major attractions and more.
1. The Calgary Stampede - Calgary may be a cosmopolitan city, but it holds fast to its country roots during the Calgary Stampede, an annual 10-day celebration of boots and spurs. Held every July, the event boasts the largest outdoor rodeo in the world and brings more than 1.2 million visitors to its grounds. Whether you come for the old-fashioned fun, the Western-themed parades or the rodeo itself, you're sure to have a great time - especially if you choose to reserve an RV rental. Calgary is packed with tourists during the Stampede, and it's not uncommon to see "no vacancy" signs at every hotel. Rent an RV and stay at one of the city's RV parks - try Calaway RV Park, next door to Calaway Park, Western Canada's largest outdoor family amusement park.
2. Banff National Park - Known around the world as a summer vacation retreat and wintertime ski haven, Banff is located less than two hours from Calgary. Canada's first national park, Banff's vibrant and varied scenery is truly mesmerizing. Steep canyons, wild waterfalls, deep caves and towering peaks are just a few of the natural wonders you'll encounter here. When you visit Banff with Cruise Canada RV rentals, Calgary is a great starting point. Pick up your RV and head west on Highway 1 around 130 kilometers to the town of Banff, on the edge of the park.
3. Historic Edmonton - For a dose of Canadian history, visit Edmonton. The capital of Alberta, Edmonton is located 300 kilometers north of Calgary along Highway 2. Rent your RV at Cruise Canada RV Rentals - Calgary and travel north around three hours for a getaway filled with history and lore. Visit the Rutherford House, a 1915 mansion built for Canada's first Premier, for Edwardian architecture and traditional British teas. For a rustic afternoon, try the Father Lacombe Chapel, Alberta's oldest building. Built in 1861, the chapel served as the center of the French-speaking Metis settlement of St. Albert. Or learn about early Canadian settlers at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, where you'll find refurbished original buildings and costumed interpreters. No matter where you go on your historic Edmonton trip, RV camping is easy.
For RV rentals or RV sales, Calgary offers a conveniently located Cruise Canada location along the intersection of Highways 1 and 2, near the city center.
Cruise Canada RV Rentals - Calgary
2980 26th Street NE
Calgary, AB T1Y6R7
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