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Enjoy Halifax with an RV rental

Beautiful Halifax is a small but scenic coastal city, the capital of windswept Nova Scotia. It’s full of attractive heritage buildings, museums, and public parks—and visitors and locals alike love the waterfront boardwalk that takes in much of the downtown area. From bracing sea air to locavore-style dining, historic citadel to craft breweries, this place has something for all comers.

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RV rental locations in Halifax

RV rental depots in Halifax are scattered throughout the suburbs of Halifax, many located in the outskirts of the city. When choosing your rental, take into account the location of the campervan rental Halifax depot from which you would pick it up.

There are a number of reliable RV rental companies available in Halifax and Nova Scotia. Canadream RV Rentals has good reviews and a large fleet of motorhomes you can choose from. Fraserway RV Rentals and Cruise Canada are excellent options, too.

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Advice for a fantastic Halifax RV rental journey

Halifax driving tips

Stay safe and be prepared for anything! It’s important to come equipped with some knowledge about what you can expect on the roads in and around Halifax. We have put together a few tips to get you started.

  • Always drive on the right-hand side of the road, with oncoming traffic passing to your left. If you are arriving in Canada from a country in which you drive on the left, we suggest taking some time to adjust before setting out properly on your RV road trip.
  • Distances are listed in kilometres, and speeds in kilometres per hour.
  • Most urban roads in Halifax are set at the default speed of 50 kilometres per hour. Open roads and highways generally have limits of 80-100 kph, with a maximum of 110kph.
  • Not just in the capital of Nova Scotia, but the entire province has a blood alcohol concentration limit for drivers of 0.08%. We recommend abstaining from drinking alcohol altogether before driving.
  • In urban areas, always be aware of the size of your vehicle. Check the maximum height signs when entering parking garages.
  • Driving in Nova Scotia can be trickier during the winter months. Stay off the roads during a storm, and always watch out for adverse road conditions such as black ice. Winter tires are not required by law, but some motorhome hire Halifax providers may offer these.
  • On remote roads, look out for wildlife.
  • The RV camping season in Canada is short, so be aware that campsite availability may be limited. A few recommended motorhome parks and campgrounds in or near Halifax include Woodhaven RV Park, Halifax West KOA and Shubie Park Campground. Many camping grounds are closed in the colder months. Book ahead where possible.

The best piece of advice we can offer renters is to pay close attention to any information provided by the staff when you pick up your RV rental. This is your best chance to learn about how to operate your specific motorhome!

The harbour in Halifax at sunset.

Destination ideas for your RV road trip in Halifax

Head out from Halifax with a campervan rental and there is plenty of adventure in store. The province of Nova Scotia sits on a sizable piece of land jutting out into the swells of the Atlantic Ocean. It holds a lot of Canada’s maritime history and contains many wonderful things to see and do. Venture farther in your RV rental from Halifax to explore New Brunswick, Québec, and the northeastern United States.

A lengthy road trip might take in distant cities such as Toronto and Montréal. A campervan adventure in Edmonton or Vancouver is also a great option. The possibilities are endless. Imagine a full cross-country road trip along the Trans-Canada Highway.

If you’re sticking close to downtown Halifax and exploring Nova Scotia in-depth, you’ll still have plenty to choose from. We’ve listed below a few options which could be combined—along with your own ideas—to create an unforgettable journey.

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

There's no better place to learn more of the rich maritime history of Nova Scotia than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Located downtown at the heart of Halifax Waterfront, the museum is the largest and oldest maritime museum in Canada with over 30,000 artefacts.

Lunenberg

This picturesque port town is just a little more than an hour's drive with your RV rental from Halifax and has an old town area that has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site. This hub of maritime culture and history is well worth a visit!

Thomas Raddall Provincial Park

This lovely park is home to just a few of Nova Scotia’s spectacular South Shore beaches, and a trip to enjoy the coast in this part of the province is highly recommended. Other notable stretches of sand in the area include Carter’s Beach in Port Mouton and Beach Meadows.

Truro

This large town is known as the “Hub of Nova Scotia”, and it’s a great base from which to explore the Bay of Fundy coastline and its famously enormous tides. It features a historic downtown and some popular shopping locations including an outlet centre.

A lighthouse in Peggy Cove in Halifax. Peggy’s Cove

Less than an hour’s drive from Halifax, this charming town, cove, lighthouse, and preservation area are unmissable. There’s a small and exquisitely charming fishing village to enjoy, gorgeous coastlines, and more.

Cape Breton Island

Connected to mainland Nova Scotia by the Canso Causeway, Cape Breton takes the wild beauty of the province to the next level. You could spend several days or a week here taking in the scenery and history or driving the famous Cabot Trail route.

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RV rental Halifax, Nova Scotia: Frequently asked questions

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How much does it cost to rent an RV in Halifax?

Several factors contribute to the various daily rates of RV and campervan rentals from Halifax. These include the camper hire supplier, the size and features of the vehicle, and the time of year.

What is the cheapest way to rent an RV?

To find an affordable RV rental in Halifax, we suggest planning your travels for the off-peak and shoulder seasons rather than during the summer months. You may also reduce costs by renting a smaller campervan or van conversion.

GoSee offers competitive prices on a range of vehicles thanks to bulk buying power. Our simple search engine allows you to easily compare and filter the range of options for your Halifax RV rentals. Enter your details above to find an RV rental that fits your budget!

What’s included in the RV rental?

You may find that certain Halifax RV rentals have added extras such as tourist info and maps or 24-hour assistance included with the rental. When you click through into a listing, you will see these under “Included with standard rate.” Often, there is the option to include other equipment or services for an added cost.

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

Most suppliers of RV rentals Halifax require that renters be above the age of either 21 or 25. Sometimes, they will charge a young driver fee for those aged 21-24.

What’s required to rent or drive an RV?

You will need a full and valid driver’s licence to book and drive a Halifax motorhome rental. You can use your licence from your home country for up to 6 months in Canada, but if it is not written in French or English it should be accompanied by an International Driving Permit.

To rent and pick up your RV / motorhome rental, you must have a credit card. When picking up your vehicle, bring a photo ID and all of the documentation you were sent. For a truck camper or larger vehicle makes, there may be additional requirements, like car rentals.

Can I rent an RV one way from Halifax?

Yes, most RV rentals Halifax - Nova Scotia suppliers with depots in other parts of the province and country will allow one-way journeys. When searching, specify your preferred pick-up and drop-off locations. Plan your RV rentals Nova Scotia road trip ahead of time to make the most of your holiday in Canada.

What is the minimum rental period?

This varies, but usually the minimum period or duration for RV rental Halifax is often set at one week.

Are there RV rentals with unlimited mileage?

Most RV rentals in Canada do not offer unlimited mileage. You can click through into each listing of rental RV halifax deals and check under “Included with standard rate.”

How many people can sleep in an RV?

This depends on the vehicle! As a general rule, rental motorhomes sleep anywhere from two to six or eight people. You can use the filters at the top of the GoSee search results to find the camper rental vehicle with the capacity you need for your Halifax trip.

What is the speed limit in Halifax?

Most urban roads in Halifax have a default speed of 50 kilometers per hour. Open roads and highways are set anywhere between 80-100 kph, with a maximum of 110kph. Always check the posted signs for the most accurate speed limit information while driving your Halifax rv rental.