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Make the most of Montreal with an RV rental

Beautiful Montréal is a taste of European elegance in Canada. From the language to the architecture, everything here has a bit of French flair and a whole lot of appeal. Visitors love the diverse dining scene, the festivals, and the nightlife of this gorgeous city. It’s a fantastic place to wander and enjoy heritage buildings, leafy streets, and riverside scenery.

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RV rental locations in Montréal

You’ll find RV rental depots for different suppliers scattered around Montreal, focused in the central suburbs.

Canadream enjoy an excellent reputation. They offer a shuttle service from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, which takes around 45 minutes. And there is also a small fee to pay. Pick up times can vary, so it’s important to do your research and get any questions answered.

Another trusted supplier of motorhome rentals, Cruise Canada is part of the Cruise America RV Rental franchise. The nearest Montreal depot of Cruise Canada is located at 198 Boulevard Curé-Labelle. This is around 25 minutes from the airport, so you may need to taxi or arrange a shuttle with the hire company.

When choosing the vehicle you want to rent, consider the location and how it will fit with your travel plans.

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Guide to driving your RV in Montréal

For those new to the city, the country, or driving an RV, we have put together some tips for a safe and enjoyable journey. A little knowledge about the local road rules, customs, and hazards goes a long way towards a road trip that’s memorable for all the right reasons!

  • First things first: always drive on the right! This is the rule throughout Canada and the USA. If you’re accustomed to driving on the left, we suggest taking some time to acclimatize to the new configuration.
  • Motorhomes come in a range of sizes, from van-sized campers to truck-sized RVs. Be aware of how much space your vehicle is taking up, particularly when in tight urban spaces.
  • In the province of Québec, it’s a legal requirement to drive on winter tires from the start of December to the end of March. If you are planning to visit during that period, check with your motorhome rental supplier that the vehicle will be properly equipped with the correct tires.
  • Road signs in Montréal and the province of Québec will be primarily in French. Most are pictograms that will be easily understood by speakers of other languages. It may pay to know some simple road-related words in French—for example, “arrêt” means “stop” and “sortie” means “exit.”
  • Distances in Canada are listed in kilometres, and speeds in kilometres per hour.
  • Default speed limits in Montréal are 50 kilometres per hour in urban areas and 100 kilometres per hour on highways. Always check signs for variations on these limits.
  • The blood alcohol concentration limit for drivers in Quebec is 0.08%. We recommend abstaining from alcohol before driving your campervan rental Montreal.
  • Remember to unload waste whenever you come across a dump station.

Perhaps the best piece of advice we can give to renters is simply this: pay attention to any orientation provided when you pick up your vehicle! The depot staff will know how to operate your specific RV, so take notes and ask any questions you have.

Buildings at night in Montreal with snow on the street.

Destination ideas for your RV rental adventure from Montreal

With your very own accommodation on wheels, the possibilities are endless! Staying in RV parks and campgrounds such as the Montreal South KOA campground is always a good way to start. Bring extra gear if you want to enjoy the scenery atop Mount Royal. Or if you’re planning a long road trip taking in the vast expanses of Canada, you might plan to finish in another city. An RV rental trip in Toronto, Calgary, or Edmonton is a great option.

If you’re sticking closer to Montréal, you are at no risk of being bored. Here are a few destinations you could include on your RV rental journey—add your own inspiration for an unforgettable journey.

Québec City

The capital of the Quebec province, this charming city has a town centre that’s also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visitors love the cobblestone streets and myriad museums, even the marine life of St Lawrence River. Pick up an RV rental in Montreal and take the two to three-hour trip to see this lovely place!

The Laurentians

Called Les Laurentides in French, this natural paradise region is a firm favorite with travelers and locals alike. It’s blessed with gorgeous lake and mountain scenery as well as charming villages. Winter snow sports are on offer here, at the famous Mont Tremblant.

An Ottawa sign in a city square. Ottawa

Embark on the riverside drive with your RV rental from Montréal to Ottawa, the nation’s capital. There’s a rich history to be discovered here including the impressive Parliament Hill. The city is a bilingual treasure and should feature on any road trip itinerary.


This charming town less than an hour from Montreal borders the national park by the same name. Within the park, you’ll find a beach to swim at, small craft rentals, and many outdoor recreation activities. In town, you can enjoy artist workshops, boutiques, and the local cheese factory.

New York

Did you know that the Big Apple is just six hours’ drive from Montreal? This puts it within easy reach for a weekend-length trip, along with an array of northeastern US cities. Just check with your rent RV Montréal provider that it’s OK to cross the border, and comply with all customs/immigration rules.


If you wish to continue your motorhome tour, you can always check out GoSee for the best deals. Book a campervan rental hire in Melbourne, Brisbane, or Sydney to begin your Australian adventure. You may also visit the USA, the United Kingdom, or New Zealand. The choice is yours!

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RV rental Montreal: Frequently asked questions

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

The cost of RV rentals Montreal will depend on the dates you choose for your hire period, the supplier, the type of vehicle, and even the time of year.

As a general idea, you might pay as little as CAD$50 per day for a compact camper rental Montreal in the winter months. At the other end of the scale, you could pay CAD$400+ per day for a large motorhome in the summer. To find a rent RV Montreal deal with the best prices, use GoSee’s simple and user-friendly search panel at the top of this page.

What is the cheapest way to rent a RV?

For the lowest prices on RV rental in Montreal, consider renting outside of the peak summer season and find a vehicle that’s as compact as is practical for your purposes. Book early to get the best deal and the right RV for your Montreal trip.

What’s included in the RV rental?

Most camper rentals from Montréal include 24-hour roadside assistance. Some offer free services like having the RV delivered to a more convenient location for you. You can check the inclusions by clicking through the listing in the search results and looking under the “Included with standard rate” heading.

How old do I have to be to rent a RV from Montreal?

Most suppliers of RV rentals in Canada require that renters be 21 years old or more. Some campervan rental Montréal providers require that their customers be at least 25, or may charge a young driver fee for those under 25.

What’s required to rent or drive a RV?

You will need a full and unrestricted driver’s licence to rent a RV Montreal. If your licence is not in English or French, you should accompany it with an International Driving Permit. A credit card will be required to make a booking and pick up your vehicle. For larger vehicles like a truck camper there may be additional requirements, please inquire about this if needed.

Can I rent a RV one way from Montreal?

Yes, many rental providers have multiple depots across the country and will allow you to pick up in one place and drop off in another. You may kick off your road trip in Montréal and return the rental RV in Halifax or Vancouver. Select your desired start and finish locations for your RV rental vacation when searching.

What is the minimum rental period?

This will vary between suppliers and can also change according to the time of year. A common minimum rental period is one week.

Are there RV rentals with unlimited mileage?

Unlikely. Most RV rentals Montréal and in all of Canada do not come with unlimited mileage.

Are RV rentals pet-friendly?

Some motorhomes for rent in Montreal are pet-friendly! To see only RV rentals that allow pets, tick the “Pet Friendly” filter box on the left-hand side of the search results.

What is the speed limit in Montreal?

Default speed limits in the urban area are 50 kilometers per hour, with higher limits on freeways and open roads and lower ones in school zones and other areas. Always check signs for variations.