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Toronto sits on the north shore of Lake Ontario and is the capital of the province named after the lake. As well as abundant city attractions, Toronto is within easy reach of plentiful tourism draws in the Great Lakes region of Canada. Many of these locations can take several hours to get to and people taking holidays in the region will enjoy the freedom and convenience of a rental vehicle.
Those with rental RVs wishing to take in the magnificence of Niagara Falls or the pristine wilderness and wildlife at Algonquin Provincial Park only need to find a campground and park up for the night. Spending a night in these places with all the comforts of a modern RV allows full enjoyment of the Canadian outdoors experience.
Toronto is no slouch when it comes to enjoying yourself and soaking up local culture. Beaches along the Lake Ontario shoreline are heavenly during summer. There are plenty of city parks to chill out in. The downtown precinct is a pleasing mix of modern and Victorian architecture. The Distillery District is beautifully preserved and well worth a look.
Nathan Phillips Square is the focal point of central Toronto. Cultural attractions including the Hockey Hall of Fame and the Art Gallery of Ontario are within walking distance of the square. The heritage Toronto General Hospital has been given a new lease of life as a part of the MaRS Discovery District.
The Gothic Revival Casa Loma is a famous city landmark. It is now a museum with ornate staterooms and a vintage car collection among its delights. Five acres of pictorial gardens surround the mansion. The Scarborough Bluffs are west along the shores of Lake Ontario. This geological marvel is a must-see sight.
The quarry and plant of the redundant Don Valley Brick Works have been preserved. The facility is now a heritage hotspot with adjacent ponds and gardens. Following the shores of Lake Ontario south to Niagara Falls allows those with an RV hire to stop over at towns such as Collingwood and Niagara-on-the-Lake as well as the Canadian Warplane Museum. North of Toronto, on Georgian Bay, Wasaga boasts a soft, sandy beach.
Indian Line Campground is the nearest RV facility to the city, but a pastoral location to park your RV. A swimming pool and children's play area ensure this park is popular. Other amenities include shops and a laundry.
Glen Rouge Campground is sited beside the Rouge River and is also fairly close to the city. It has all the basic facilities and a kiddies' playground. The real attraction here is its proximity to a beach and trekking paths.
Albion Hills Campground is part of a conservation project and a peaceful setting 40 minutes outside suburban Toronto. The Lakeview Splash swimming pool and a shop are among excellent amenities on site.
After leaving Toronto and travelling through Ontario, petrol stations are not on every street corner so it is better to fill up when possible. Rural routes are not usually busy. Canada drives on the right. There are strict penalties for drink-driving. The legal alcohol limit for drivers is 0.08 per cent..