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Calgary's airport is one of the busiest in the country, handling many millions of passengers mainly from around North America. Air Canada, Air Canada Express and WestJet are main airlines. It is close to the city and en route to Edmonton, making it useful for picking up your RV rental. Self-contained van sites are also within easy reach.
Calgary itself is a great town, boasting an array of worthwhile attractions and notable museums. It also has some excellent shopping in malls and markets and there's a focus on nature, too, with many large parks. The daytrip driving potential is great here; think Edmonton, dinosaurs, Banff and the Canadian Rockies.
The main attractions of Calgary lie within the city centre, which is about a five-kilometre trip from the airport. RV sites are also relatively close at hand, located on the outskirts of the city within plenty of space. Calgary has a large Chinatown and many worthy parks and museums to check out.
Nose Hill Park, to the west of Calgary International Airport, is a huge space with lots of scope for peace and quiet, while Prince's Island Park in town makes for an easy respite from city sights.
Heritage Park is just south of town on Heritage Drive and takes a good look at the North America of old, with its ancient candy store, steam engine and amusement park. Off to the east by RV rental is one of the top sights in all of Alberta, the Dinosaur Provincial Park, with its preserved dinosaur fossil beds.
If you drive west of Calgary along Highway 1 for an hour or two you'll come to the charming town of Banff, gateway to the superb Banff National Park and a slew of ski resorts. For your shopping fix, Edmonton is just three hours north of Calgary.
Symons Valley Ranch is within reach of the airport and the city and is both an historic attraction as well as an RV park. The market is a big hit here, while the recreational vehicle park area is well situated and appointed.
Coyote Creek Golf & RV Resort features 40 self-contained van sites to the northwest of Calgary. It is perfect for lovers of golf, with an 18-hole course right next door. This is a nice community in pretty surrounds an hour or so from the airport.
Mountain View Camping is east of Calgary International Airport by RV hire, just off the main Trans-Canada Highway 1. There are various rated powered RV sites on site (up to 30amp) along with a convenience store, WiFi and a complement of activities that include a playground and mini golf.
Roads are wide and locals are quite forgiving in Alberta, though large distances are often taken for granted and having regular breaks is a must on these unending, straight roads. It's not worth driving in downtown Calgary as it gets busy, but Banff can be negotiated any time of year.