The Camp Westfalia crew recently completed a 4-week, 6000-mile roundtrip tour in our 1983 Vanagon Westfalia, tracing the northern shore of the St. Lawrence Seaway eastward from Wisconsin through Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia to the Atlantic, then returning home along the south bank of the Seaway.
Highlights include: Montreal, Cape Breton Island, Bay of Fundy, Acadia National Park, New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Niagara Falls, and more.
Here are a few photos & video clips to inspire your own Vanagon journeys, and check out the full trip report here!
A cliffside campsite overlooking Meat Cove, the northernmost road on Cape Breton Island, is the perfect place to witness one of the first sunrises on North America each day.
The Bay of Fundy is known for its extreme tidal ranges, rising and falling as much as 53 feet twice each day. But the effects are not confined to the ocean beaches, as can be seen in this salt marsh behind our campsite.
This time-lapse video was shot over a period of about three hours.