Originally Posted by WFD
Pretty simple...as others have mentioned guns is a big thing, but that's not only with an RV, its the same in a car. Yes they may want to check inside the RV...when we cross over into the US, US dept of agriculture goes through our trailer pretty much every time...looking for fruits and vegetables, certain meats although most are fine now. If they find stuff you cant bring, they say sorry and confiscate. They took away our rice one time because we had put it in a sealed container and could not prove where it came from....no big deal!
It was the dog's food for us, though we did get asked if we have any rice. I find it's easier to just go without any groceries and buy them stateside. Besides, things are like 1/2 the price in Michigan compared to here.
To the OP, you can find out all the Canadian regulations at:
Basically, 1) Don't bring any guns. Period. I live near the busiest commercial land crossing between our two countries. About once every 3-4 months there's a news article about people doing jail time for forgetting they had a gun in the vehicle.
2) Don't bring more than $10,000 cash. Though that one's a little outdated in today's market of electronic money.
3) Don't bring any goods that are prohibited, as per the above website. However I've found our list of restricted goods, especially when it comes to food, not as restrictive as the US's.