Ok the summer is over (boooo!) and before our amazing ski season begins, and to celebrate a great summer, we wanted to pass along a solid deal for October as our way of saying thanks.

For the entire month of October get our lowest ever posted rate of $99/night for travel October 1-31 (20% off) with a 3-night minimum rental.

How do you get this deal?

Go to our website and book online using our online booking system. When you get to the checkout details page enter promo code “karma99” in the Add Discount Code box. Be sure to click APPLY! or else it won’t go through.

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What’s cool to do in Western Canada in October? Where do we even begin!

Less Busy

Now that everyone is back to school and well in to their regular routines, all of those tourist spots we all know and love are WAY less busy. We’re talking about Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper in particular here because those are by far the hottest tourist spots during the summer months. So super rad trip activities are easier to get to, less crowded and more enjoyable.

A few of our favourite spots for trips to the Canadian Rockies are Johnston Canyon, Icefield’s Parkway, Peyto Lake, Moraine Lake, Lake Louise Tea House hike, Columbia Icefield walk… there are just so many!


Fall Colours

Autumn arrives early in Canada and especially in Western Canada in the Rocky Mountains. We start seeing colours changing by mid September. October is when things REALLY take off. Imagine mountain valley’s sparkling with golden and red leafed trees among the deep green of the hardier fur trees. Plus, even though temps dip down below 10 and sometimes 5 degrees celsius at night, we can often experience pretty warm temps during the day. Sweaters are definitely a must. But if you dress in layers you’ll be alright!

Campgrounds Still Open

Best part it, campgrounds mostly still open in October meaning there are lots of options for fall camping in the Rockies, through BC and around Southern Alberta. For a list of campgrounds we recommend doing a quick Google Maps search in Calgary for “Campgrounds” and see what pops up. Also check out Alberta Provincial Parks, Camping BC, Parks Canada and Go RVing Canada for campground listings and information.

Of course – the beauty of renting a Campervan is you can pretty much park anywhere for the night and no one will bother you.

So if you’re ready to do some fall camping and go on a campervan road trip you’ll remember forever (all for just $99/night), you’re in the right place.

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Check out Cyndi’s Instagram tour of their Karma Campervan.