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This bold city with a wild west spirit exploded as an oil town but is now a diverse and thriving urban centre. Here you’ll find coffee roasters, craft breweries, scenic riverside paths, and top-notch events including the famous Calgary Stampede, billed as “The Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth.” Zoos, parks, museums, nightlife, and more: this city will surprise you with its big personality and endless things to do and see.

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Calgary RV rental depot locations

There are motorhome rental depots located throughout Calgary, concentrated in the city centre. You might like to take the location of a depot into account when booking your vehicle.

Enjoy Calgary and beyond with a camper rental

Take your camper rental beyond Calgary and there’s plenty more. The Canadian Rockies, of course, are one of the most popular—a stunning mountain range with an array of charming resort towns to visit. Edmonton lies to the north, the prairies to the east, and to the south is the border with the US state of Montana. Calgary is a great starting point for an RV rental road trip in Canada.

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Tips for driving your motorhome rental in Calgary

Driving safely and being aware of local driving customs and quirks is the best foundation for an enjoyable and memorable road trip from Calgary. We have put together a few tips to get your adventure off to a great start, so read on and be prepared.

  • Drive on the right! This is the most important pointer of all—especially important for those used to driving on the left side.
  • Always be aware of the size of your vehicle. Motorhomes range in size from smaller compact RV models, converted minivans, to large truck camper style of RVs, so this will be a unique learning curve for each renter. The best RV rental is the one which suits your needs or purposes at a particular trip. Take some time to get accustomed to the vehicle you have chosen.
  • When heading out of the city and into the mountains or prairies, keep a close eye out for wildlife on the road, particularly during dusk or dawn.
  • Calgary can get very snowy in winter. If you are renting during the colder months, check with your motorhome rental supplier whether your vehicle will need snow tires.
  • Distances in Canada are posted in kilometers, and speeds in kilometers per hour.
  • 100 kilometres per hour is the highest speed limit in Alberta, on provincial highways outside of urban areas. Highways inside Calgary have a default limit of 80 kph, and urban roads are generally set at 50 kph.

The most important piece of advice we can offer to any RV renter? Listen closely to any information you receive from the depot staff during your orientation. They can tell you what you need to know about your specific vehicle. Take notes and don’t be afraid to ask questions!

The Calgary skyline at night.

Destination ideas for your RV rental from Calgary

If you’re heading out on a long road trip from Calgary, there are plenty of places you could choose as your final destination. Canada has an array of fantastic cities and towns, and if your rental company allows border crossings, you could even drive your RV hire to the USA to explore its many delights. Our top pick for an unforgettable trip would be the journey across the Rockies to Vancouver on the west coast. If you still have time, you can travel up north to go on a Whitehorse campervan adventure.

If you prefer to stay in the general area, we have a few suggestions. These fantastic places are within a day’s drive of Calgary. Having your accommodation and transport rolled into one package makes it easy to embark on a day trip or overnight visit—use these options as the starting point to create your own memorable itinerary!


Banff National Park is Canada's oldest national park. This beautiful mountain resort town is nestled in the National Park by the same name and a centre for adventure in the scenic Canadian Rockies mountain range. It has a range of shops, restaurants, and museums, as well as many tourism operators offering outdoor recreation activities all year round. Put this one at the top of your list!

Medicine Hat

This Badlands city lies around three hours’ drive to the southeast and is one of the sunniest spots in the country. It’s a great destination for history buffs, boasting some significant indigenous heritage and related sites which visitors can experience. It’s also home to the Clay Industries National Historic District, with many ceramic and pottery artifacts.


Three hours north of Calgary is bustling Edmonton, a winter wonderland for many months of the year and a springboard for exploring the mountainous Jasper National Park, Banff’s northerly neighbor. The city itself has some great museums and a top-notch annual fringe festival.

Fairmont Hot Springs

For a relaxing soak or rousing round of golf, make your way through the mountains to the Fairmont Hot Springs resort community. It’s a 3.5-hour drive to this fantastic spot and well worth the trip. Here you can enjoy the country’s largest natural hot springs, three golf courses, a family-friendly ski area, and an array of outdoor recreation activities.

Lake Louise

Just a little farther along the Trans-Canada than Banff, Lake Louise is another must-visit destination. The stunning lake is known as the jewel in the crown of the Banff National Park and one of the most photographed locations in the world. There are plenty of places to eat and camp after taking in the vistas.


Looking to start your adventure in a different country? You may explore Australia by booking a campervan hire in Gold Coast, Melbourne, or Sydney. Alternatively, you may also rent motorhomes in the US and discover more of California or New York. GoSee has everything in store for you.

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Camper rental Calgary: Frequently asked questions

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How much does it cost to rent a RV in Calgary?

The daily rate for a RV for rent in Calgary will vary widely, with prices depending on the supplier, the vehicle, and the time of year. As a general idea when you rent a RV Calgary, you might expect to pay as little as CAD$80 per day for a small motorhome and as much as CAD$430 for a large luxury RV rental.

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What is the cheapest way to rent a RV?

You will get the best RV rental Calgary rates by choosing a smaller campervan-style motorhome or van conversion. Traveling during the colder months or shoulder seasons can also reduce the price you will pay for Calgary RV rentals.

What’s included in the RV rental?

In addition to the basic features of the vehicle, most campervan rentals come with tourist info and maps. Occasionally, there will be additional inclusions such as roadside assistance, cutlery, linen, and others. RV rentals offer delivery within a certain distance at times, mostly when the destination has an airport such as Calgary International Airport. Having a RV delivered to your hotel or other preferred location is one way to simplify your campervan trip; it's worth the try to ask.

How old do I have to be to rent an RV from Calgary?

You must be at least 21 years of age to rent an RV in Canada. Some motorhome rental companies require that customers be at least 25. Alternatively, they may charge a fee for those aged 21-24.

What’s required to rent or drive an RV?

To book and drive RV rentals Calgary you’ll need to have a full driver’s license from your country of origin, and an International Driver’s Permit to accompany it if it is not in English. You must also have a credit card to book and pick up your vehicle.

Can I rent an RV one way from Calgary?

Yes, most suppliers of RV rentals have depots in other cities and will allow you to pick up a vehicle in Calgary and drop it off elsewhere. To see what your options are, specify the desired pick-up and drop-off locations in your search for the best RV rental Calgary deals.

What is the minimum rental period?

This will depend on the supplier. One week is a common minimum rental period not just for motorhome rentals Calgary but also in many places. If your specified dates do not meet the minimum period, this will be noted in the search listing.

Are there RV rentals with unlimited mileage?

Most RV rentals in Calgary do not offer unlimited mileage. Check the search listing if your chosen RV rental includes unlimited kilometres. If not, you may also contact the supplier to check if you can avail extra miles for your motorhome rental.

Are RV rentals pet-friendly?

There are some pet-friendly rent RV Calgary suppliers. You can filter to see these options with the “Pet Friendly” tick box to the left of the results.

What is the speed limit in Calgary?

100 kilometers per hour is the highest speed limit in Alberta, on provincial highways outside of urban areas. Highways inside Calgary have a default limit of 80 kph, and urban roads are generally set at 50 kph. Always check the posted signs when driving your Calgary RV rental.