6 hours FROM VANCOUVER•283 KM / 176 Miles
Including the ferry ride, it’s just a hair under 6 hours from Vancouver, and you’ll travel through some incredible scenery along winding roads. Endless sandy beaches set upon the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations traditional territory. It’s known for its absolutely breathtaking ocean views, surfing, camping, and of course, storm watching.
2 hours FROM VANCOUVER•67 KM / 42 Miles
Our favorite beach is one that’s only got a small sign on the side of the road that simply says, “Beach Access”. Giant driftwood logs and stumps scattered across tiny stones. Said stones warm up on summer days and when you walk across them, it’s like a hot stone massage for your feet. Drive right up to the edge. Park. Enjoy. You can find these throughout. Not to mention some hidden gem campsites, lake swimming, and with these glamped up campers, there's no shortage of places to just stop and chillax.
Banff & Jasper
10 hours FROM VANCOUVER•800 KM / 497 Miles
Camping in the Rocky Mountains should be on everyone's bucket list. It's truly stunning. It's you + nature, one-on-one, and it's abundantly Canadian. There are very few drives likes this in the world where you get to see such amazing scenery along the way. And while Banff & Jasper attract their share of tourists, the hikes, trails, and endless #nofilter opportunities are there for the taking.
5 hours FROM VANCOUVER•400 KM / 249 Miles
The Okanagan Valley is a gem of BC and Canada, and quite honestly, it's a perfect trip in a glamped up camper. Known for its wineries, breathtaking scenery, and countless outdoors activities, there a ton of stuff to do year round. Whether you're sipping an award winning Cabernet Sauvignon, camping under the moonlight, or going for an mid-day kayak on a quiet and secluded lake, you've come to the right place.
7 hours FROM VANCOUVER•550 KM / 391 Miles
Whether you're a die-hard Goonies fan, you crave craft beer, or you want to drive a coastline that is simply one of the best in the world, heading to Oregon is a popular route for many of our renters. Cannon Beach is surely a highlight but there's some epic redwood forests to traverse, not to mention amazing campsites along the way.