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The Trip

The best part of RVing is exploring beautiful new places. This summer, we partnered with Heath & Alyssa Padgett to showcase some of the best destinations Canada has to offer. From August to October, Heath & Alyssa lived and travelled in the all-new 2019 Wonder Rear Twin Bed while they journeyed from our home base in Winkler, Manitoba all the way to Vancouver Island. Along the way, they shared their favourite stops on their YouTube channel and here on this page. Explore the journey right here and on Instagram at #WonderExploresCanada.


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    The journey

    Trip details

    • LTV Headquarters

      LocationWinkler, Manitoba
      As soon as we crossed the border, we head straight for Leisure Travel Vans headquarters to pick up the Wonder!
    • Arrowhead RV Park

      LocationWinnipeg, Manitoba
      RV park on flat gravel sites and high-speed internet—AKA where we spend the night before heading into downtown Winnipeg!
    • Town and Country RV Park

      LocationWinnipeg, Manitoba
      Campground near Winnipeg that is within walking distance to a waterpark. A great place for families to stay during the summertime.
    • Canadian Museum for Human Rights

      LocationWinnipeg, Manitoba
      One of the top things to do in Manitoba! The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is must visit in downtown Winnipeg.
    • The Forks

      LocationWinnipeg, Manitoba
      A large community market located right where the Red River and Assiniboine River meet. A great place to shop, grab a meal and spend an afternoon.
    • Exchange District BIZ

      LocationWinnipeg, Manitoba
      Intimate walking tours of downtown Winnipeg with various food and historical themes that showcase the city of Winnipeg. We did the "Death & Debauchery" tour and it really showed off the dark side of Winnipeg's history! The tour guides really know the city and do a great job of explaining the architecture and history of the city.
    • Birds Hill Provincial Park

      LocationSt. Clements, Manitoba
      A beautiful provincial park just a short drive north of Winnipeg. With a lot of biking and hiking trails throughout the park, there is a lot to explore here!
    • Grand Beach Provincial Park

      LocationGrand Marais, Manitoba
      We were told this was one of the top beaches in North America and didn't believe them until we arrived! Amazing white sand beach and tons of camping. Would love to spend more time here!
    • Winnipeg Beach Provincial Park

      LocationWinnipeg Beach, Manitoba
      A small provincial park located on the western shore of Lake Winnipeg with a quaint boardwalk and lots of swimming.
    • Rubber Ducky Resort and Campground

      LocationWarren, Manitoba
      A family-friendly campground 45 minutes north of Winnipeg for both seasonal and short-term campers with multiple pools and hot tubs.
    • Riding Mountain National Park

      LocationWasagaming, Manitoba
      Gorgeous national park in the hills of Manitoba! We spent five days hiking, camping, and enjoying the tiny town in Riding Mountain.
    • Spruce Woods Provincial Park

      LocationGlenboro, Manitoba
      We expected to camp here to enjoy the river and lake, but ended up spending the day hiking the sand dunes!
    • Regina

      LocationRegina, Saskatchewan
      We explored downtown Regina—the capital of Saskatchewan—on a really smoky day! But there was plenty to see indoors like Stone Hall Castle, the Royal Sasketchewan Museum, and the Legislative building all around Wascana Park.
    • Mac the Moose

      LocationMoose Jaw, Saskatchewan
      It isn't a road trip without stopping at ridiculous roadside attractions like the largest moose in the world!
    • Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

      LocationMaple Creek, Saskatchewan
      Saskatchewan is known for prairies, but this is gorgeous provincial park bordering Alberta with a ton of steep hills and dense forests. Absolutely beautiful!
    • Fort Walsh National Historic Site

      LocationMaple Creek, Saskatchewan
      Fort Walsh was built back in the 1800s to rein in the lawlessness of the west. Now the historic site features tour guides in period clothing to teach you the history of Saskatchewan.
    • Tillebrook Provincial Park

      LocationTillebrook, Alberta
      We found this small provincial park when we were looking for a one night stop off the highway. We ended up staying three nights! It's a small oasis with one hiking trail, but it's peaceful and quiet and a great stopover on your way to the mountains!
    • Calgary

      LocationCalgary, Alberta
      We missed the Stampede visiting in August, but still loved our time in Calgary! We biked along the river and through the city. The city is very bike friendly and the food was amazing!
    • Banff

      LocationBanff, Alberta
      When people ask us where our favorite destination is, Banff is ALWAYS our number one recommendation. We spent a week hiking, biking, and eating around the town of Banff. It's a bucket list destination for sure!
    • Lake Louise, Banff National Park

      LocationLake Louise, Alberta
      Some of our favorite hikes in Banff National Park are around Lake Louise. The views are unbeatable! Favorites: The Fairview Lookout and the Plain of Six Glaciers Tea House.
    • Jasper National Park

      LocationJasper, Alberta
      So much wild life in Jasper! We hiked, went out on Maligne Lake, and saw herds of elk during running season. Plus, there's less crowds than Banff!
    • Mount Robson Provincial Park

      LocationMount Robson, British Columbia
      After driving National Park road from Banff through Jasper, you pass through Mount Robson Provincial Park when you cross into British Columbia. We stopped to hike Overlander Falls!
    • Wells Gray Provincial Park

      LocationClearwater, British Columbia
      Probably the best place to find waterfalls in Canada!
    • Sea to Sky Highway

      LocationWhistler, British Columbia
      One of the best road trips in Canada for a reason! We started in Kamloops to make it to Whistler and then drove to the coast.
    • Whistler

      LocationWhistler, British Columbia
      Known for skiiing, after visiting Whistler this fall I would say it's probably gorgeous year round! ?We loved walking through town and hiking to all the nearby waterfalls!
    • Vancouver

      LocationVancouver, British Columbia
      As an RVer, we usually avoid cities, but loved visiting the coast in Vancouver!
    • Kelowna

      LocationKelowna, British Columbia
      Canadian wine country ❤️There are about 60 wineries in the area, many of which offer free or cheap tastings.