Your Red Deer Campervan Rental Kicks Off With Escape
When you are looking for a Red Deer campervan rental, look towards Escape Campervans. Our Alberta campervan rental location is super close and just the way to start your next road trip. By picking up your campervan in Alberta, you’re just a short drive to Lake Louise, Banff National Park, or Glacier National Park. Or head off to a cross-country trek in your multi-functional campervan.
Why Choose A Red Deer Campervan Rental For An Unforgettable Trip
Your Red Deer campervan rental gives you unstoppable freedom. Sleep at a national park with no worry about what’s it like outside. Then, you can head to anywhere you want on your personal time frame. With an Escape Campervan, you’re vacationing as you want to, knowing that each campervan road trip is epically different.
What makes a campervan vacation so special? The campervan, of course! All our vans are intuitive to drive and come with a bed, a propane stove in the rear kitchen, and an iconic look. Unlike a bulky RV, campervans handle just like a car and should fit on most tent camping pads. You can even try and disperse camp with your Escape campervan — just take extra care to follow the Leave No Trace principles.
What Red Deer Campervan Rental Will You Choose?
When it comes to your Red Deer campervan rental. The Big Sur model is the best choice for storage and amenities.
Our Big Sur campervan runs a scance larger than our other models and brings you more room for your crew. You still can use the 2-burner propane stove in the van, but you shouldn’t have to fold the back seats for your van’s bed. This model is perfect if you want to camp with a little extra storage space or more legroom for expansive excursions further away.
It’s a safe rental for a weekend drive to Westham Island. And, the Big Sur has enough room for a longer campout at Glacier National Park. Add on a rooftop sleeper, and the kids can snag their own space.
Need a deluxe bedding set, picnic table, or canopy for your Edmonton campervan rental? Check out all the extras and accessories that you can earmark for your trip. And with each rental, you’ll get superb customer service and 24/7 roadside assistance absolutely free!
About Glacier National Park
Covering 3.3 million acres of rugged mountains, dynamic glaciers, temperate rainforest, wild coastlines and deep sheltered fjords, Glacier Bay National Park is a highlight of Alaska’s Inside Passage and part of a 25-million acre World Heritage Site—one of the world’s largest international protected areas. From sea to summit, Glacier Bay offers limitless opportunities for adventure and inspiration.
There are no entrance gates at Glacier Bay National Park, so we are technically open 24-hours a day; however, services may be extremely limited depending on the time of your visit. The main visitor season is from late-May through early-September with the peak being the month of July. Check the VISITOR CENTERS tab below to see hours for specific facilities, and read the exceptions that detail seasonal changes in hours.
Located on the second floor of Glacier Bay Lodge in Bartlett Cove, 10 miles from Gustavus. Staffed daily in summer with park rangers. Stop by for exhibits, park information, trip planning, bookstore, reading area, hydrophone kiosk, interpretive programs, park films, brochures, and much more.
Located near the head of the public-use dock in Bartlett Cove, 10 miles from Gustavus. The "VIS" provides trip planning information, boating and camping permits, and offers boater/camper orientation sessions for visitors heading into the wild backcountry of Glacier Bay. Stop by and meet a park ranger.
Xunaa Shuká Hít (Huna Tribal House) is open on a limited basis during the summer season (Memorial Day to Labor Day) for scheduled ranger programs. In 2016, after almost 20 years of planning, NPS and the Hoonah Indian Association dedicated Xunaa Shuká Hít (Huna Tribal House), a traditional Tlingit structure designed to symbolically anchor the Huna Tlingit in Glacier Bay, their ancestral homeland.
Glacier Bay Operating Hours and Seasons
Glacier Bay Visitor Center Desk Hours
Visitor Information Station (VIS) Hours
Xunaa Shuká Hít (Huna Tribal House) Hours
How To Get Your Red Deer Camper Van Rental In Alberta, BC
You start your vacation in Alberta. Find the Escape Campervan depot on 36th Ave NE, 15 minutes from the Calgary airport. The quickest route to get to the depot from the Calgary airport is to head east from Airport Rd NE and get off at the 32 Ave Rd. exit. Go until you hit 316 36th Ave NE, Calgary, AB, and you can leave your car in the public parking lot located at 3624 36 Ave., NW. Many of our renters book a rideshare option, like Uber or Lyft, to the depot.
Where To Go Once You Get Your Red Deer Campervan Rental
Once you get your van in Calgary, it’s off to Lake Louise via the Trans-Canadian Highway 1. Or experience Banff National Park that’s close by at 45 minutes away. Then again, you do have a camper van, so it’s perfectly feasible to visit both in one trip! The Escape Blog has tips and itineraries for ideas at other venues that are worth visiting around Calgary.
When you rent a campervan in Canada, you need to return it to one of our Canadian rental sites. This means your trip can either be a round trip from Vancouver or Calgary or one-way between the two, You can, however, pick up in Canada, drive into the US, and drop back off in Canada (and vice versa).
Book Your Escape Campervan To Kick Off Your Journey
To begin your campervan road trip, rent a campervan. Or call us at 1-877-270-8267 to speak with our reservation specialists. We’ll gladly answer all your questions and help reserve your trip. Then tick off the days until you can explore Alberta and beyond in your Escape campervan!