Canadian RV & Camping Industry Celebrates Canada's 7th Annual Camping Weekend, September 9-11, 2022 – World News Report

Canadian RV & Camping Industry Celebrates Canada’s 7th Annual Camping Weekend, September 9-11, 2022 – World News Report

The Canadian RV and Camping Industry is planning its 7th annual Canadian Camping Weekend, taking place September 9-11, 2022 at campsites across Canada.

Canada Camping Weekend September 9-11, 2022

Canada Camping Weekend September 9-11, 2022

Canadian Camping Appreciation Weekend is an initiative coordinated by the Canadian Camping and Motorhome Council and its members to thank their campers.

Canadian private camping has grown in importance in the wake of COVID 19 as more and more Canadians see camping for the first time as a safe and healthy way to spend their holidays responsibly.”

— Shane Devenish

BURLINGTON, ONTARIO, CANADA, September 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Canadian Camping Rating Weekend is a national initiative coordinated by the Canadian hike and the RV Council and its members to thank their campers for their patronage and help celebrate the importance of camping and the RV lifestyle.

Private campsites across Canada will be able to participate in the coast-to-coast camping weekend, many offering discounts on fees and events in support of Care Camps, a charity that sends Canadian children battling cancer to specialized cancer camps. where they can enjoy nature, childhood and fun.

Campers can access a special weekend stay offer for two nights, a third night with a 50% discount, or other special discounts at participating campsites.
“CCRVC is delighted to be partnering with Care Camps again during our 7th annual camper weekend to help with their fundraising efforts to give children with cancer the opportunity to get outside and enjoy camping. We are honored and proud to partner with Care Camps and look forward to a great camper weekend!” said Kara Chismadia, CCRVC membership and benefits coordinator.

Camping Quebec has several hundred participating campsites during the Canadian Camping Appreciation Weekend offering (2) nights Friday September 9th and Saturday September 10th for $60 to celebrate its 60th anniversary as an association! To find participating campsites in Quebec, visit – https://www.campingquebec.com/en/promotions/participe-a-la-promotion-speciale-automne

“The importance of Canadian private camping has been brought to the fore in the wake of the COVID 19 pandemic as we have seen more and more Canadians look to camping for the first time as a safe and healthy way to get outdoors and vacation responsibly,” said Shane Devenish, CCRVC . Executive Director.

“Our campsites have given families the opportunity to spend time together, create lifelong memories and discover Canada’s natural landscape, and have never been as important to the well-being of Canadians and international travelers as they have demonstrated over the past 3 years.”

To learn more about the Canadian Camping Appreciation Weekend and who is participating, visit the website – https://ccrvc.ca/event/camping-appreciation-weekend/

The Canadian Camping and Caravan Council is pleased to be joined this year by Wayfarer Insurance, who generously donated $5,000 to the Care Camps fundraiser.

“Wayfarer is proud to partner with CCRVC to help raise funds for care camps! At camp, kids can forget about chemo and radiation and all the hard stuff about cancer… and just be kids again.”

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About CCEC

The Canadian Camping and Caravan Council is made up of provincial campsite owners associations, the Canadian Motorhome Association and RVDA Canada to provide improvement and support for private camping and the camping and motorhome industry in Canada. The association also acts as the national voice for the protection of private camping.

The Canadian motorhome and camping industry contributes over $6.2 billion to the economy, employs 67,000 people, contributes over $3.4 billion to Canadian tourism, and has seen a boom in its popularity with consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
About care camps

Since its inception, Care Camps has raised over $18 million to ensure children can attend camp for free at no additional cost to their already financially burdened families. Through its philanthropic fundraising efforts, Care Camps will provide the support needed to send children with cancer to medically supervised cancer camps where they can have fun, make great friendships, experience the joys of camping and being in nature, and make memories that will last forever. help them recover and eventually return home feeling refreshed and full of hope.

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