A town within a national Park, Banff is the perfect fall destination for RVers. Situated in the rocky mountains of Alberta, Banff is rich with flora and fauna. It is a major attraction for road trips owing to the Calgary-Banff-Jasper road, which is a straight drive of 12 hours, spanning 589.7 miles!
According to Cheryl Teal,
“Campgrounds in the Banff area are located within Banff National Park; many can accommodate RVs up to 50 feet”.
Our top picks on where to go RVing in Banff are
- Banff National Park: The first national park in Canada, Banff National Park is 68-112 miles long and is also World’s third national park to be built.
- Bow Falls: One of the core waterfalls of Canada, Bow Falls is located on the Bow river preceded by Banff Springs.
- Lake Minnewanka: Located on the eastern side of Banff, Lake Minnewanka is a glacial lake that runs the length of 3.1 miles.
- Tunnel Mountain: Situated in the Bow River Valley, the town of Banff encircles this mountain. It is famous for the 3600 view of Banff from its summit and the hiking trail that leads to it.
Wondering what RVing in Banff looks like?
Banff is surrounded by two mountains- Mt Cascade and Mt Rundle. There are many entertainment choices around Banff, such as hiking, biking, glacier adventure tours and many more!