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Go RVing Canada prepares for 2017 Camping Week

Go RVing Canada prepares for 2017 Camping Week

RICHMOND, British Columbia — Go RVing Canada and the Canadian Camping and RV Council (CCRVC) have partnered again to host the third annual Canadian RVing and Camping Week.

This is an opportunity for Canadians to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday and enjoy the great outdoors and the RV and camping lifestyle May 23 to 28, the release explained.

Participating campgrounds across Canada will celebrate everything that makes camping and RVing so popular with activities, discounted camping rates, and a special fundraising initiative for Make-A-Wish Canada. Fundraising last year raised $20,000 to help grant wishes for
children with critical illnesses.

This year in addition to raising funds through the well-known Make-A-Wish star program, we’re hoping to host the largest simultaneous marshmallow roast with campgrounds across the country — a fun initiative for campers and a great way to help raise funds for Make-A-Wish Canada,” said Eleonore Hamm, president of the RV Dealers Association of Canada.

Canadian RVing and Camping Week will culminate in a special offer for two-nights camping at participating campgrounds May 26 to 27.

As well as the weekend offer, many campgrounds are offering a promotional stay of “five nights for the price of four” from May 23 to 27.

For more information, visit the Canadian Camping and RV Council’s website.

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