2. Inglis Falls, Owen Sound, ON
The Inglis Falls are just South of Owen Sound, where the Sydenham River meets the Niagara Escarpment. The falls are breathtaking, and there’s a great choice of trails ranging from easy to challenging. The hiking and scenery around Inglis Falls is beautiful whatever time of the year you visit. The nearby Owen Sound has a few RV parks that can accommodate you, like the Sunny Valley Park, or the Owen Sound KOA.
3. Mystic Beach, Vancouver Island, BC
Mystic Beach, much as the name seems to suggest, is a very special and magical place! Mystic Beach is just outside of Victoria, in Juan de Fuca Provincial Park. It’s more secluded, so you have to be up for a decent trek through a winding rainforest trail, a suspension bridge, and log ladders during the descent. The reward of reaching the beach is worth the hike. The views are stunning and the sandstone cliffs towering above the ocean are spectacular. If you’re there at the right time of the year, you’ll get to see waterfalls cascading down to the beach. You can visit the BC Parks Discover Camping Reservation Service to find a place to park your RV.