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Old 07-24-2017, 01:26 PM   #1
Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: Plano Tx
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Visiting Montreal CA, Toronto, Niagra Falls

We are planning a trip from Plano TX to Montreal Canada starting in early August and are looking for recommendations. Our rig is a Flagstaff 35' VLite pulled by a 2017 Ford F250 gasser. Will be just my wife and I with no pets or children.
We have set aside a full 4-5 weeks for the trip. Our initial thought was to pass through Branson MO on the way up but we could also head straight to Canada and stop in Branson on the way back thinking it might be a little cooler in early September versus early August.

Does any one have a recommended route from Plano to Branson to Niagra Falls and then to Montreal?

Would it be better to go to Montreal first then come back through the other cities?

Any highly recommended RV parks in Canada? We read of some parks outside of Montreal where we could take a shuttle bus into the city for sight seeing and leave the truck and trailer at the RV park.

I enjoy fly fishing but have not considered any stops along the way for fishing, any recommendations?

Paul and Cindy

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Old 08-03-2017, 09:38 PM   #2
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Join Date: Jun 2017
Location: Montreal, CANADA
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Hi there,

I can't help with the rest of the route but let me start by saying that from Niagra Falls to Montreal (or the other way around. in Canada) you pass through Toronto, Ontario...and it's a Pain in the ...well anyway. If you travel that route during any waking hours, the 401 is a red hot mess on week days and not a lot better on weekends. There is a toll road called the 407 and it's a plate reader not a booth toll road. You probably won't get the bill as you are from the US and I don't think they send them there. Not long ago they didn't send them to QUEBEC! AND even if they do send it to me, it's worth it.

I live just outside of downtown Montreal. There is a campground not far from us that I have visited for a permanent site. It's simple and clean and the staff is great. It's a KOA St Philippe de Laprairie, Quebec Campground | Montreal South KOA. The highway that is just off of goes south to the 87 in NY, maybe 20 minutes away.

August is a bit busy for me but send me a PM if you know when you will be in town and if I have time maybe I can give you a tour or at least point you in the right direction.

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