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Nestled on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, one of the five Great Lakes of North America, Quinte West is the perfect destination for your next RV camping trip. After the city of Trenton, the towns of Murray and Sidney, and the village of Frankford united in 1998, Quinte West emerged on the western end of the Bay of Quinte. Even though this is a relatively new city, its individual communities are rich in history. Europeans settled Frankford in the 1820s and built a grist mill on Trent River. Since then, several industries have thrived in Quinte West and its communities, from Canadian Air Force operations to paper product manufacturing.

Exploring each part of the colorful community of this city is a true adventure. You can search for an RV in Ontario or rent an RV in Hastings County and travel the city in style. Nearby cities like Belleville and Deseronto also offer an array of rental options. Once you've found the best motorhome rental in Quinte West for your needs and budget, you'll be delighted to learn the surrounding area has several campgrounds where you can park.

When you rent a motorhome in Quinte West, you'll find plenty of opportunities to get outdoors. The Trent River and the Bay of Quinte offer an abundance of water sports like fishing and boating. Find an RV rental near Quinte West and start planning your next camping trip.

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The Great Outdoors

Anglers will get to enjoy prime fishing here since the Bay of Quinte is loaded with gar, sheephead, bowfin, largemouth bass, walleye, and pike. Ice fishing is also available, so feel free to pack your rod and reel even if you're renting a campervan in Quinte West in winter.

Whether you're someone who likes easy strolls or challenging trails, Quinte West has a route to suit every fitness level. Visit Bleasdell Boulder Conservation Area for a leisurely walk. Along the way, you'll see a three-story glacial rock formation that's over two billion years old. If you're looking for a challenge, hike or bike to the summit of Mount Pelion for a fantastic view of the city. All this and so much more is available to the guests who opt for an RV rental Quinte Bay.

Some of the most popular forms of entertainment among locals and RV campers in Quinte West are beach activities. Nearby parks, including Presqu'ile Provincial Park, North Beach Provincial Park, and Sandbanks Provincial Park, all boast pristine stretches of shoreline along Lake Ontario. Have a relaxing day sunbathing, building sandcastles, or playing beach volleyball with your friends or family. Boating and fishing are also permitted at all three parks. If you'd prefer to stay in town, why not challenge your group to a fun game of mini-golf at Centennial Park?

Camping in Quinte West

Several campgrounds in the area can accommodate your motorhome rental near Quinte West. Located roughly 15 minutes outside the city, Island Park RV Resort offers seasonal campsites from May to October. Each campsite is equipped with full hookups as well as a picnic table and a fireplace. A convenience store is located right on-site for any last-minute camping essentials. The campground's location right on the Trent River makes it popular with anglers and outdoor enthusiasts.

North Shore RV Park and Crowe Valley Park offer well-equipped campsites with full hookups, 30- and 50-amp service, a fire pit, and a picnic table. Both campgrounds also offer cottage rentals if you're looking for a different kind of lodging option. North Shore is situated on Wellers Bay, while Crowe Valley boasts waterfront sites on the Crowe River. Fishing, swimming, and hiking are just a few activities campers can enjoy when they choose to park their Quinte West RV rental at one of these full-service campgrounds.

Exploring the City

No matter what you like to do, Quinte West has an attraction to suit the preferences of everyone in your group. If you're in the mood for some delicious food or you're tired of cooking at your campsite, grab a bite in any of the nearby restaurants. Everything from Asian and Italian cuisine to local bakeries, pubs, and fast-food joints will be at your disposal year-round. No need to worry about running out of gas, either — there are plenty of well-equipped gas stations around the city and near the campgrounds.

Military history buffs will want to explore the National Air Force Museum of Canada. Quinte West is home to the largest Canadian Air Force base in the country. The museum showcases some of the country's first warplanes and tells the stories of the brave men and women who served. The restoration shop offers visitors a unique glimpse into the process of repairing and rebuilding aircraft. You'll want to plan a few hours to fully experience this 75,000-square-foot facility.

Make sure you check Quinte West’s schedule of events since the city hosts an abundance of fun festivals and cultural events throughout the year. Live music draws visitors to the city's parks in the summer, while the Dino Dig in the winter is sure to be a hit with the toddlers in your group.

Ready for a dose of fresh air? Wander through the Quinte Botanical Gardens, a six-acre parcel of themed gardens with a colorful array of wildflowers that provide vital habitats for bees, butterflies, and birds. Why not pack a picnic lunch and make a day of it?

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