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The country in an RV

Now almost all over Eastern Canada

There has been a great success for Quebec’s tourism company, Terroir en VR, which is expanding and operating under a new name, Terego.

We have already talked about this network of producers who welcome recreational vehicle travelers and introduce them to their products and their surrounding heritage and worth-visiting sites.

Even more variety

This overnight, free parking system has expanded outside Quebec to enable more discoveries to be made in Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Thus, the host network has grown from 140 to more than 230.

As a result, the online booking platform has been redesigned and improved, providing access to more than 700 parking spaces throughout Eastern Canada, allowing travelers to experience authentic and varied experiences.

You can choose your destination according to the category of producer (microbrewery, honey farm, mini-farm, fishing, vineyard, etc), the province, the region and even the welcome that your pet will receive.

More and more popular

Terego offers an alternative to camping that is gaining popularity. Evidence of this is the number of travelers who are members at Terego, which has tripled since last year and now exceeds a thousand.

Of course, you have to become a member of this network to benefit from it. But at $105 for an annual subscription or $55 for a 3-day passport, it's more than reasonable.

Michèle Bourassa and her daughter Karine Morin, who launched this network in 2017, deserve our congratulations for their success!

Christiane Théberge

Springfield, New Brunswick

 

 

   

 

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