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Cosmopolitan, lakeside Toronto is a real gem of a place to visit, with all the entertainment anyone could need: beaches, nightlife, dining, museums, and diverse languages and cultures. It is Canada's largest city, and home to the largest museum in North America - the Royal Ontario Museum. And of course, beyond the urban hustle and bustle is the scenic expanse of Lake Ontario—a playground for recreation of many kinds. 

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Toronto RV rental locations

There are motorhome rental depots scattered around Toronto, from Cookstown to Hamilton and in many suburbs in between. When booking your rental, consider where you will be picking up your perfect RV and how you will get there. 

Discover Canada with your Toronto camper rental 

Head out of Toronto with a campervan rental and you’ll be spoilt for choice. The famous Niagara Falls is nearby, surrounded by a region packed with pretty holiday towns. To the northeast there are the elegant French-speaking Canadian cities; to the northwest a string of beautiful waterways and parks. The US border is within easy reach, too—with an RV rental that permits border crossings, you could enjoy an international road trip!

A square in Toronto with sculptures and a Toronto sign.

Toronto driving tips 

To get your campervan adventure off to the very best start, read our top tips for driving a motorhome in Toronto and the surrounding regions. A safe road trip is a good road trip, and it’s important to be prepared for anything the Canadian highways and byways might throw at you. 

  • Firstly and most importantly, always drive on the right-hand side of the road in Canada—that means that oncoming traffic passes to your left. Some travelers will be arriving from countries with the opposite arrangement. Anyone used to driving on the left should take some time to acclimatize! 
  • Distances in Canada are listed in kilometres, and speeds in kilometres per hour. The default speed limits for urban areas are 40-60 kilometres per hour, while the limits on freeways can go as high as 110 kilometres per hour. Make sure to follow the advised speed limits while driving your motorhome rentals Toronto.
  • Be constantly aware of the size of the camper rentals, particularly in downtown Toronto where spaces can be tight. 
  • Toronto has a streetcar system. Look out for these at all times. It is illegal to pass a parked streetcar. 
  • If you’re heading into the wilder parts of Canada, watch for animals on the road. Moose in particular are very hazardous and can do serious damage to a vehicle! 
  • The blood alcohol concentration limit for drivers in Ontario is 0.08%. We recommend abstaining entirely from alcohol before getting behind the wheel of your RV rental. 
  • There are numerous campgrounds such as the famous Milton Heights Campground, national parks, and even some free campsites where you can stay. Most of these sites have washrooms, free WiFI, showers, swimming pool, and other amenities for your convenience.
  • Planning to cruise Canada with kids? Make sure you have child seats and/or booster seats included in your campervan rental Toronto!

Union Station in Toronto.

Toronto motorhome rental destination ideas 

With your accommodation on wheels, exploring Canada is easy! The nation is well set up for RV travel. If you’re using Toronto as a base, you’ll find plenty of amazing destinations within a day’s drive. Plan a trip to one of these places and add your own ideas to create an unforgettable itinerary.

Niagara Falls 

You can’t come to the area without paying a visit to these famous falls. They are a spectacular sight and can be viewed from the many pathways beside the river or from one of the boats which ply the waters nearby. The city of Niagara Falls is known for its entertainment options, and there are many charming towns to visit nearby—such as the beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake. 

Ottawa 

A bridge over a river towards the city in Ottawa. Within half a day of travel on the Trans-Canada Highway you could be in Ottawa, the nation’s capital and a dynamic, bilingual riverside destination. This is a must-visit city for history buffs, packed with world-class museums. Take some detours along the way there or back to see more lovely lake towns including Kingston and Belleville. 

Detroit 

Several hours southwest of Toronto is Detroit, a rejuvenated and exciting US city known for its motor industry heritage and creative urban atmosphere. Of course, you’ll have to cross the border to get here—so why not make the most of it and see more of Michigan and the surrounding states? 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Make this Northern Ontario city your destination to enjoy a road trip that takes in a lot of the Lake Huron coastline including many Provincial Parks. Upon arrival in Sault Ste. Marie you’ll find an eclectic and diverse city once known as “The Meeting Place”. Snowsports are popular in the area during winter; the lake and the many mountain biking and hiking trails beckon during the summer. 

Looking for other popular RV rental locations in Canada? You can start a road trip from Toronto to Vancouver, or discover Montreal in your motorhome rental. But, if you’re planning an extensive cross-country or even international road trip, why not book a one-way camper rental journey to New YorkChicago, or another of the many big cities across the USA? The choice is yours!

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RV rentals Toronto: Frequently asked questions

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

The cost of a RV rental in Toronto varies widely according to the type of vehicle, the time of year, and the provider. To give you a general idea, an affordable van conversion might cost around CAD$90 per day outside of peak travel periods, while a luxury RV rental from Toronto in the summer could cost CAD$320 or more per day. 

To find the vehicle that suits your budget and your requirements, make a search and use the filters to narrow down the options. Check out our website to get the best RV rental Toronto deal suited for your needs and schedule.

What is the cheapest way to rent an RV? 

Looking for a cheap RV rental in Toronto? Affordable rental options include smaller vehicles such as van conversions, truck campers, and Class C motorhomes. Traveling during the winter and shoulder seasons can also reduce costs. 

Search and compare rates from trusted suppliers and get the best rent RV Toronto deal for your motorhome trip. You may collect your campervan rentals from brands such as Canadream, Cruise Canada, Four Seasons, Fraserway RV, Outdoor Travel, Motor Home Travel, Outdoor Travel, Owasco RV.

What’s included in the RV rental?

Inclusions are different across the various RV hire Toronto companies. Beyond the facilities of the vehicle, the motorhome rental may come with tourist info/maps, roadside assistance, mileage packages, and more.  

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

As a general rule, you must be 21 years old or more to get a campervan hire in Canada. Some suppliers require that their customers be at least 25—or they may charge a young driver fee.

What’s required to rent or drive an RV? 

When collecting your motorhome rental Toronto, you will need to bring with you your drivers’ license, a credit card used to make the booking, a form of photo ID, and an International Driver's Permit if your native license is not in English or French. You should also bring your booking confirmation. 

Can I rent an RV one way from Toronto? 

Yes, many RV rental companies have depots in multiple cities and will permit a one-way trip. Specify your desired pick-up location and drop-off point when searching. 

What is the minimum rental period? 

This varies between This varies between motorhome suppliers. It is commonly set at one week. 

Are there RV rentals with unlimited mileage? 

Most Toronto RV rentals charge for mileage or include a set number of miles per day in the base rate. If a rental includes unlimited mileage, this will be listed in the results under “Benefits.” If not, you may check the additional cost for extra miles before finalising your booking.

Are RV rentals pet-friendly? 

Some RV rentals Toronto companies allow pets in their vehicles. You can filter for pet-friendly rentals to narrow down your list of results. Always double-check with your chosen rental company if they allow your furbabies in the motorhome.

Do RV rentals offer delivery?

Many suppliers of Toronto RV rentals offer delivery and setup services, usually for an extra fee or within a certain distance from their depot. Before you complete your booking, check each listing if they can have the RV delivered to you.