Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday in the Central Provinces

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April 13, 2017

150th birthday in the Central Provinces

Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in the Central Provinces.

Big city charms and jaw-dropping natural wonders thrill visitors to Canada’s Central Provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Where else can you witness the power of the world’s most famous waterfall (Niagara) and then tour the fourth largest city in North America (Toronto) in the space of a day? Count the Thousand Islands on the St. Lawrence River, then brush up on your French in the historic Quebec City.

During Canada’s 150th birthday, these regions will hold out-of-this-world celebrations, ranging from a picnic on a bridge to fireworks over the falls. Don’t miss out. Make a reservation at an RV park in Ontario or Quebec while the party’s still hopping.

Cross Canada’s Dynamic Eastern Border — The Thousand Islands bridge leads travelers to fun and adventure.

150th birthday in the Central Provinces

Quebec City Says “Bonjour” to RV Travelers — Travel back to the 16th century in a timeless city on the banks of the St. Lawrence River.

Ottawa is Party Central for Canada’s 150th — Stop and smell the tulips in Canada’s vibrant capital filled with culture and fun.

 • Niagara Falls Fetes Canada’s 150th Birthday — Niagara Falls has adorned countless postcards, and now it’s the star of Canada’s big milestone.
• Toronto Touts Canada’s Birthday in a Big Way — Find out how Canada’s biggest city ushers in the nation’s 150th.

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