The Best Sights to See in Canada, Part Three


The hardest part of Canada sightseeing is choosing between the multitude of incredible options. Buckle your seatbelts!, and let’s dive into the third installment of our series on the best sights and tourist attractions to see in Canada.

Best Sights to See in Canada

Canada is packed with pristine national parks, unique attractions, and renowned landmarks. Here are our top picks for you (and your RV) to explore.


Kluane National Park and Reserve, Yukon

Spanning 8,499 square miles, this park is home to the King's Throne trail, Alsek River, and more than 100 bird species.

Fort Edmonton Park, Edmonton, Alberta

An interactive tourist attraction, this heritage park offers an outdoor escape room, wagon rides, food and shopping, and themed streets.


Gros Morne Mountain, Newfoundland and Labrador

The second-highest peak in Newfoundland, seasoned hikers will enjoy the 10.5-mile Gros Morne Mountain Trail, which takes around 6 hours and rewards you with beautiful views.


Alexandria Bay National Historic Site, British Columbia


A trading post designated as a national historic site in 1925, you'll find this fort west of the Fraser River in the Cariboo District, but it's not easy to spot; no remains exist above ground!


Pukaskwa National Park, Ontario

At this 725-square-mile park that protects the undeveloped shoreline on Lake Superior, you can follow the boardwalk to Horseshoe Beach or admire the traditional Anishinaabe structures around the Anishinaabe Camp and Bimose Kinoomagewnan trail.


Old Port of Montreal, Quebec

Restaurants, boutiques, pedal boats, riverside yoga, fireworks displays, spas, want it, this historical port has probably got it!


57. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia

This simple (but magical) suspension bridge lets you 230 feet above the Capilano River and through old-growth forest.


Confederation Bridge, Prince Edward Island

The world's longest bridge over icy water will take you from Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick (or vice versa) in 10 minutes.


 Northumberland Strait, New Brunswick

Shallow depths mean warmer, swimmable water at one of Northumberland Strait's many beaches.


Big Muddy Badlands, Saskatchewan

Big Muddy is home to 70-meter-tall Castle Butte, which was a landmark for First Nations people. Check out St. Victor Petroglyphs or the Willow Bunch Museum.


Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours, Ontario

A 15-20 minute drive from Niagara Falls, these boat tours will take you to the Niagara Whirlpool and through Class V Devil's Hole Rapids.

Niagara Wine Country, Ontario

In this idyllic countryside encompassing 50 wineries, you can wander through vineyards, check local events, and don't forget to try Niagara's famous "Icewine" (it's made from frozen grapes)!


Kings Landing, New Brunswick

Travel to the 1800s by touring original buildings and participating in interactive, educational exhibits focused on 19th-century rural New Brunswick.


Kluane Lake, Yukon

Swim, canoe, or kayak through this lake to enjoy its pristine water, or hike through its verdant forests, but watch for bears!


Reversing Falls, New Brunswick

Created by the Saint John River and the Bay of Fundy, one specific tide changes cause the river's flow to reverse every 12.5 hours.


Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario

At this 59.46-square-mile park, set up your campsite and explore The Grotto (a limestone cave), white cliffs over Georgian Bay water, and the Bruce Trail.


Signal Hill Tattoo, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Witness an award-winning reenactment of a 19th century British military battle atop the famous Signal Hill at this renowned historical animation program.


Mactaquac Provincial Park, New Brunswick

Check out the beaver pond nature reserve, two marinas, or TreeGO Mactaquac Aerial Adventure course at this 2-square-mile riverside park with 300+ campsites.


Château Frontenac, Quebec City, Quebec

A National Historic Site of Canada, this grand hotel boasts stunning architecture, lavish rooms, and three dining experiences.


Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia

Hop from ocean saltwater at Ingonish Beach to freshwater lakes, golf course to tennis courts, and playgrounds to picnic areas at Cape Breton Highlands National Park.


Big Salmon River, New Brunswick

Relax and dip your toes in the water at Big Salmon River, which marks the end of the 25-mile Fundy Trail.


Fort Walsh National Historic Site, Saskatchewan

At a living fort from the 1870s, learn how the North West Mounted Police impacted the Nakoda people at the site of the Cypress Hills Massacre.


Manitoba Museum, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Focused on heritage and science education, this museum features planetarium shows and gallery exhibits.


Hopewell Rocks Ocean Tidal Exploration Site, New Brunswick

For three hours before and after low tide, see what lies beneath the ocean tides and walk among the Flower Pot Rocks.

Ace Canada Sightseeing With Cruise America

With so many unique locations where you can stop and play along the way, why wouldn't you choose to explore this country in an RV? Cruise America has locations in Alberta, British Columbia,  Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec that will perfectly position you for a fantastic road trip to any (or all) of the best sights to see in Canada.

Start planning your Canada road trip today!