The Toronto RV Show and Sale 2018 is soon among us as, as it runs from Jan 18th through Jan 21st. It is the longest running Ontario RV show and you will see all types of RVs, from hard-top trailers to motorhomes and everything in between.
Visitors will enjoy viewing over 350,000 square feet of RV goodness, educational seminars, attractions for the kids, and much more.
If you are planning on heading out to the RV show this year here is our list of the top 10 things not to miss when you attend.
Antonio DeMaria, started importing European meats and cheeses with his brother over 25 years ago. He enjoyed bringing a taste of Europe to people and that passion is what led him to begin D-D Meats.
They provide customers with a variety of different meats and cheeses made in Ontario, with flavours from around the world. Dried, cured smoked are just some of the great meats and Cheeses you can find. They attend the show regularly and never disappoint.
We’re personally fans of the hot Italian pepperettes.
Located usually in the center of the event, The Toronto RV Show and Sale 2018 provides free face painting for kids of all ages.
Okay, this doesn’t have to be just for kids, but we bet they will be asking for it. We expect there to be a couple different vendors offering ice cream cones for everyone to enjoy while touring the event grounds.
Parts & Accessory Store (Globetrotter RV)
If you already own an trailer or motorhome, and you are looking to do some upgrades, or maybe your rig needs a few repairs, The Toronto RV Show will not disappoint when it comes to the prices.
The official parts & accessory store is a great way to save big money on all the parts you are looking for. If you don’t see it in the inventory they have there at the show, they will order it in for you.
This family owned RV dealership began in 1968 and since then has made it their personal goal to make the customers feel like a part of the family. It will be hard to miss Sicard RV at the Toronto RV Show as they take up a large portion of real estate and offer brands such as; Jayco, Keystone, Winnebago, Fleetwood, Leisure Travel Vans and Entegra Coach.
Operating since 1972, Owasco RV has been able to satisfy RVers across the nation because of its dedicated and loyal customer base. They specialize in Jayco motorhomes, trailers, Winnebago motorhomes, Pleasure Way motorhomes, and the Roadtrek camper van. They are also recognized as Ontario’s #1 Roadtrek dealer.
Can-Am RV Centre
It makes sense for an avid airstream RVer to start a family run dealership focusing in airstream and other vintage inspired RVs. If you love to hit the open road and want to do it one of a kind RVs then you should really check out their booth. Be sure to check out the Vintage Cruisers, Airstreams and the truly unique SylvanSport Go.
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The 29th annual Havelock Country Jamboree is one Canada’s largest country music and camping festival and this year might be their biggest yet. With Toby Keith, Tim Hicks and Tanya Tucker to appear it is definitely the music festival you want to attend this summer.
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