The Best Sights to See in Canada, Part Two


The hardest part of Canada sightseeing is choosing between the multitude of incredible options! We'll be honest: It wasn't easy narrowing this list down, but buckle your seatbelts and check out the second 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 some more of our top picks for you (and your RV) to explore!


Quebec Winter Carnival, Quebec

Join thousands of attendees at this huge winter festival! A tradition since 1955, this famous festival features night parades, ice canoe racing, an ice palace, and its snowman mascot: Bonhomme.


Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta

Camp close by an endless assortment of dinosaur fossils in a diverse environment that includes prairie grassland, badlands and riverside land.


Iceberg Alley, Newfoundland and Labrador

At this prime spot for viewing 10,000-year-old glaciers, you can order an Iceberg Vodka (seriously!) and watch these glacial beauties, along with whales and seabirds, from land, boat, or kayak.


Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba

Located on the shores of Clear Lake, Wasagaming, this is one of only five national parks with a resort townsite. Camp on 3,000-square-kilometers of wilderness and farmland, and watch for black bears, elks, moose, and lynxes!


Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Located on Treaty One Territory, indigenous ancestral lands, you can learn more about human rights at Canada's fifth national museum.


Magnetic Hill, New Brunswick

One of Canada's most-visited natural attractions, this terrain creates an optical illusion, called a gravity hill, that makes a downhill slope look like an uphill one.


Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

A town known for its wineries and theater festival, this quaint town is full of 19th-century buildings and hosts a series of world-class theater productions during the Shaw Festival.


Royal Tyrrell Museum, Alberta

It may take you two hours to fully explore this Paleontology museum with 800+ fossils on permanent display.


Polar Bear Provincial Park, Ontario

This remote wilderness park of pristine tundra draws up to 200 polar bears during certain times of the year (namely November!) and is accessible only by air.


Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia

World-class skiing, snowboarding, and lodging await at North America's biggest ski resort. Whistler features 200 trails and gets 467 inches of snowfall per year.


Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, Nova Scotia

On nearly 2.5 acres, this museum overlooks the Bras d'Or Lakes, and features a full-scale replica of Bell's Silver Dart airplane and HD-4 watercraft.

Lake Louise, Alberta

A 222-acre lake in Banff National Park, this crystal-clear lake is surrounded by mountain peaks, and has a canoe dock in summer and a skating rink in winter.


Assiniboine Park Zoo, Winnipeg, Manitoba

An 80-acre zoo with a beloved polar bear exhibit, this zoo contains 200 species of animals, including tigers, toucans, and kangaroos, plus a cafe, restaurant, and interactive farm exhibit.


The Forks, Winnipeg, Manitoba

A meeting place for 6,000 years, The Forks now includes a market, promenade, and museums, plus attractions like the Alloway Arch and Agowiidiwinan Centre.


Maligne Lake, Alberta

Tranquil turquoise waters fill the Canadian Rockies' largest lake. Located in Jasper National Park, this 7.61-square-mile lake provides a view of three glaciers and Spirit Island.


Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Spend a day in this walkable fishing village with colorful British Colonial buildings eating seafood, drinking rum, sailing aboard the Bluenose II, or enjoying this town's impressive arts scene.


Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick

Explore massive sea stacks in a kayak at high tide and by foot at low tide at this watery wonderland.


Haida Gwaii, British Columbia

At this archipelago with 150 remote islands and rich rainforests, you'll see whales, orcas, seals, and sea lions. Kayak to the Skidegate Inlet or take a boat/seaplane to Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve.


Montmorency Falls, Quebec

Wander the cliffside boardwalk or brave the suspension bridge for a panoramic view of this 276-foot waterfall just minutes from downtown Quebec City.


White Point Beach Resort, Nova Scotia

Enjoy surf, spa, golf, and local attractions, like lighthouses and museums, before retiring to your comfortable room at this welcoming resort along the Atlantic.


CN Tower, Toronto, Ontario

Deemed the world's tallest freestanding structure from 1975 to 2007, CN Tower offers 100-mile views on a clear day.


Fogo Island, Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland's largest offshore island contains Tilting Harbour, known for its Irish culture and dialect.


Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario

Join more than one million visitors per year at Canada's largest art museum, which houses a staggering 13 million artworks.


Yukon Quest, Yukon

Join the 1,000-mile dog sledding race! Every February, up to 50 teams (one human, 14 sled dogs) compete in this incredible test of strength and endurance.


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!