When you think of backroads, RVing might not be the first thing that pops to mind. But if you are tired of plug and play campsites where you can touch your trailer and your neighbours at the same time, then a Backroad Mapbook might be the perfect solution. We list all the parks; national, provincial, regional, and, depending on where you live all the recreation sites, recreation areas or conservation areas. Even better we tell you which ones offer power hook-ups or in the case of logging or industrial road access areas, which ones are RV accessible.
The maps are also a good way to screen which campsite you might want to drive to with the RV or big trailer. The roads are colour coded so you can stick to paved roads, while the logging road systems are also marked according to the overall class they fall into. Many people do not mind hauling their unit down a main road to find that campsite that rests next to a beautiful lake without the crowds of private or regular park campsites. Next time you are thinking of an RVing adventure, think Backroad Mapbooks.
What to look for
Line Style/Symbol on the maps
Look for this symbol on our maps to find site that are equipped for RV's/trailors.
Symbol in the writing
Look for this symbol in our write-up to show you where you can stay.
Each year dozens of forest fires are started by people out camping. Be sure to keep your fire under control and put it out at night or before you leave.