The Best Sights to See in Canada, Part Four


The hardest part of Canada sightseeing is choosing between the multitude of incredible options. Buckle your seatbelts for the last 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.


Dawson City, Yukon

Visit the Dawson City Museum for a dose of 19th-century history, gold-pouring demonstrations, and interactive exhibits.


Bow Valley Parkway, Alberta

Located within Banff National Park, this 50-kilometer stretch is great for cycling, hiking, or pulling over for a picnic. It's closed to vehicles from May 1 - June 25 and September 1 - 25.


Fathom Five National Marine Park, Ontario

This park has beautiful shoreline scenery and offers scuba diving on 24 shipwrecks. The park is dedicated to lighthouse protection and freshwater conservation.


Muskoka, Ontario

Spanning from Algonquin Park to Georgian Bay, Muskoka is a collection of country cottages, sparkling lakes, and thousands of acres of forest.


Fort Henry National Historic Site, Ontario

Fort Henry's construction was completed in 1837, and today its visitors enjoy 19th-century military demonstrations, musical performances, and guided tours.


Carcross, Yukon

In this small community that's home to the Carcross/Tagish First Nation people, enjoy top-tier mountain biking territory, dive into Bennett Lake, or admire totem poles around town.


Byward Market, Ottawa, Ontario

This lively attraction is an excellent spot for snagging snacks and souvenirs or exploring festivals and events.


Wood Buffalo National Park, Alberta/Northwest Territories

In a park bigger than the whole of Switzerland, you've got tons of outdoor options: swim at Pine Lake, stargaze, rent a cabin, paddleboard, or take a hike.


Torngat Mountains National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador

The land of the Inuit, this incredible countryside includes polar bears, caribou, mountains, glaciers, and incredible vistas for those who can take the hike.


Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Toronto, Ontario

An immersive aquarium with 20,000+ marine animals, it'll be well-worth the 2.5 hours it takes to journey through all the exhibits.


Saskatchewan Science Centre, Regina, Saskatchewan

Kids and adults alike will enjoy educational exhibits ranging from day camps to IMAX showings at this Interactive, charitable science museum.


Parliament Building, Victoria, British Columbia

Join a free, guided tour to learn about the Legislative Assembly or simply admire the Inner Harbour scenery and breathtaking architecture.


\Western Development Museum, Saskatchewan

Established in 1949, each Western Development Museum branch has a separate focus — people, transportation, agriculture, and economy — and offers a different experience.


Botanical Gardens, Montreal, Quebec

An urban oasis packed with 22,000 plant species, wander through 10 greenhouses, 30 themed gardens, and 185 acres of botanical beauty — all smack dab in the middle of the city.


Mount Revelstoke National Park, British Columbia

A scenic 16-mile drive will lead you to the wildflower meadows at Mount Revelstoke's summit — no hiking necessary.


Point Pelee National Park, Ontario

Make your way through the marshes, see 700 plant species, and watch butterflies and birds in their woodland habitats on the Botham Tree Trail.


Diefenbaker Canada Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

This museum honors  Canada's 13th prime minister John G. Diefenbaker, who granted First Nations and Inuit people the right to vote. Peruse archives, educational exhibits, and Saskatoon's first school (Little Stone Schoolhouse).


Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina, Saskatchewan

Natural history museum and home to the world's largest T. Rex., try your hand at paleontology, and enjoy special events!


Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton, Alberta

This indoor botanical garden has three climate-regulated biomes, 700 plant species, and a feature pyramid for special themed and seasonal exhibits.


Kootenay National Park, British Columbia

At this 543-square-mile park via Historic Highway 93 South, beautiful grassy fields, forests, and rivers invite you to camp, hike, and hit the hot springs at Radium Hot Pools.


Dettah Ice Road, Northwest Territories

Dettah Ice Road is literally a road of ice, so drive carefully and — obviously — make alternative plans in warmer months.


Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau, Quebec

Founded in 1856, this museum focuses on Canadian history and has the largest indoor collection of totem poles.


Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec

Famous for Percé Rock, Gaspé Peninsula encompasses four national parks, one of which contains the continent's biggest colony of gannet seabirds.


Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden, Lethbridge, Alberta

Stroll through this peaceful park with bridges over water, light displays, and trees on grassy hills.


La Mauricie National Park, Quebec

A 207-square-mile park with 150 lakes that’s nestled in the Laurentian mountains, this park contains many plants and animals. It's also an excellent place to view autumn hues!


Skyline Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

This level 4-mile boardwalk trail that winds along the coast is accessible for most — and the views make it well worth the hike.


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!