6 Cities To Buy a Vacation Home in Canada

Vacation at home

Unfortunately, when living in Canada you can’t escape the winter weather, but why not make the most of it and enjoy the countless winter activities that our great country has the privilege to offer. For those of us who have a bit of extra cash and want a vacation home to get away from the nonstop city life, Canada has some great options for you. Let’s look at 6 Cities to Buy a Vacation Home in Canada.

Whistler, B.C.

A vacation home in Whistler will mean you can do all of the snowboarding and skiing you want. People come here to hit the slopes all year around, now imagine living there whenever you needed to get away. Be warned, property does go at a pretty penny.

Mont Tremblant, Quebec

Mont Tremblant offers the best of both worlds to those looking for a getaway. In the winter you can do all the activities you want, but when the hot summer comes around you can spend your time here swimming, golfing or just sitting out in the sun enjoying the fresh breeze.

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

If you love wine just as much as you love relaxing, Niagara-on-the-Lake might be the perfect destination for you. There is a number of wineries here that offer daily tours including wine tasting. Also, your only a short drive from Niagara Falls, which has more than enough for you to do on a daily basis.

Lake Louise, Alberta

This is the perfect place for anyone looking to canoe on the beautiful and calm waters. The view alone is enough to make you want to move here forever.

Lake Memphremagog, Quebec

As beautiful as this lake is, it comes with a very old folktale. It is said there is Loch Ness type monster living in this lake that goes by the name of Memphre. Make sure the kids aren’t afraid of the Loch Ness monster if you look for property here.

Shediac, New Brunswick

Shediac has been known for its fresh lobster and what more can you ask for when you are on the east coast of Canada. Bringing the family over here for summers is nothing but fresh seafood, and who doesn’t love lobster drizzled in hot butter, yum!