2009 rhino 25 foot v nose enclosed trailer
2009 rhino 25 foot v nose enclosed trailer
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Brandon, Manitoba is two and a half hours west of Winnipeg and just over four hours north of Grand Forks. Brandon’s history of European settlement started with trading outposts for the Hudson Bay Trading Company in the late 18th century, but real growth didn’t happen until nearly 100 years later with the arrival of the railroad. It became an important transportation hub when both the railroad and the Trans-Canada Highway were built through Brandon, and it remains an important hub today. The city's easy access to highways and parks make it perfect for camper rentals in Manitoba. Book an RV in Brandon and start your exploration of this remarkable area.
Southwest Manitoba is home to several provincial parks and state parks. The rolling prairie is dotted with lakes large and small, rivers, and forests. These ecosystems provide excellent habitat for wildlife like beavers, elk, moose, and birds. You may even be able to see the Northern Lights when the conditions are right since the latitude is just far enough north and the skies dark enough.
Start your outdoor exploration of Brandon at the Riverbank Discovery Centre. This park along the Assiniboine River has a network of fitness trails where you can view a variety of species of wildlife through woodland, in ponds, and along the riverbank. You can also choose to take a guided nature walk through the Treesblood Farm and Assiniboine Food Forest. This working farm has 12 miles of trails through a forest where you can learn about how human food production can coexist with preserving the natural environment.
Spruce Woods Provincial Park is a must-see with its unique Spirit Sand dunes over ten feet tall. You’ll find fascinating cacti that are definitely out of place in the prairie here. The Devil’s Punch Bowl is one of the attractions you’ll find on many of the self-guided trails. Underground streams formed this picturesque pond, and you can learn more about this and other features of the park in interpretive displays. Next to the sand dunes, you’ll find dense forests with even more hiking trails and wildlife. You’ll be able to enjoy this park year-round as it’s also perfect for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and sledding.
Rivers Provincial Park is a small park along Lake Wahtopanah, a half-hour north of Brandon. The 93-acre park has something to offer everyone. You can find easy, short trails, a beach, playground, and boat ramp to launch your kayak or fishing boat for casting for perch and pike.
There are several places to park your rental RV in Brandon for a few days, year-round. They’re also all pet-friendly.
Turtle Crossing Campground is a beautiful park bordered on one side by the Assiniboine River, Lake Percy on another, and farmland on the rest. This campground features 70 sites, some of which are pull-through to accommodate larger motorhomes. Full-service sites are available with both 30-amp and 50-amp service. The campground offers WiFi, laundry, and showers. Each site has a picnic table and a fire pit. Activities near Turtle Crossing Campground include fitness trails and watersports like kayaking, swimming, and fishing. Kayaks, canoes, and tubes are available for rent at the campground.
Meadowlark Camping & RV Park is just a few miles north of Brandon, right on the Trans-Canada Highway. This park has 66 sites with full services available, and some sites available with no services. A dump station is available for campers who don’t get sewer service. Trees border the back-in sites, while the pull-through sites are rather close and without much privacy. This campground has WiFi, laundry, a playground, and showers. Please note that wood fires aren't allowed at this campground, but propane is okay. This campground is close to several great restaurants.
The Bry-Mar RV Park & Campground is just 15 minutes from Brandon. This smaller campground offers 57 full-service sites with 30-amp electric service and a dump station. Campers will find modern bathrooms, hot showers, laundry, and WiFi. Each site is equipped with fire pits and picnic tables. There’s also a fitness trail available for guests.
Brandon is a large city with almost unlimited options for resupplying and refueling your RV rental in Manitoba. Brandon is known for their steakhouses, and you’d be remiss to pass up this excellent local comfort food cuisine.
There are numerous activities to keep you busy in Brandon. The Brandon University Astronomical Observatory is open to the public and hosts several educational events for the whole family. You’ll also find several museums in Brandon, ranging from military museums to agricultural museums. The Daly House Museum is worth a visit for those eager to learn more about Brandon's history, while the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum is a great choice for military history enthusiasts. Go shopping on a rainy day, and when the weather is beautiful, check out one of their great golf courses.
For exploring just outside of Brandon, drive your Manitoba rental RV up to Riding Mountian National Park, only 60 miles north of Brandon near McCreary. This beautiful national park features over 1,100 square miles of rugged wilderness and wildlife, including bears, elk, moose, and further camping opportunities for your travel trailer rental in Manitoba.