Canada Map Destinations
Canada RV Province & Territory Stickers Destinations
At the request of our well-traveled, adventurous, road-tripping customers, we have made a list of the landmarks shown for each province or territory.
Alberta: Moraine Lake is a glacier-fed lake in Alberta’s Banff National Park. Its water is a vivid turquoise color, a result of light refracting off silt particles in the water.
British Columbia: Brockton Point, in Vancouver’s Stanley Park, is home to a collection of 9 totem poles. These examples of aboriginal art celebrate the traditions of Canada’s First Nations peoples.
Manitoba: Each fall, polar bears trek across the tundra and through the Manitoba town of Churchill (known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World) to spend winter on the frozen Hudson Bay.
New Brunswick: Hopewell Rocks, in New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy, are dramatic sandstone formations created by tidal erosion.
Newfoundland and Labrador: Gros Morne National Park boasts ancient fjords flanked by towering cliffs, earning it a UNESCO World Heritage Site distinction.
Nova Scotia: Old Town Lunenburg is a surviving example of an original British colonial settlement; many of its buildings are original and date back to the 18th century.
Ontario: Niagara Falls is Canada’s best-known natural attraction; in addition to the millions of tourists it draws each year, it is also a valuable source of hydroelectric power.
Prince Edward Island: Covehead Harbour Lighthouse, in Prince Edward Island National Park, is one of dozens of lighthouses in this smallest Canadian province.
Québec: Old Québec is a historic neighborhood in Québec City, known for its distinctive mix of architectural styles, with some structures dating to the 1600s.
Saskatchewan: Grasslands National Park, near Val Marie, Saskatchewan, is the habitat of a wide variety of animals, including pronghorns, bison, owls, coyotes, and lizards.
Northwest Territories: Aurora Village, near Yellowknife, is one of the best places to view the natural phenomenon known as the northern lights.
Nunavut: Auyuittuq National Park, within the Arctic Circle, offers striking mountains, fjords, glaciers, and ice fields. In Inuktitut, an Inuit language, the park’s name means “the place that does not melt.”Yukon: Tombstone Territorial Park, in central Yukon Territory, is revered for soaring, rugged peaks as well as spectacular summer and fall colors.