A selection of helpful articles from Trailer Parks Canada: The Magazine, to make all your camping trips better
These healthy, protein packed pancakes are sure to satisfy sweet cravings, and keep you energized during an active day in the great outdoors! The recipe
Limited to Ontario residents only at this time
With so much focus on the online world today, the Trailer Parks Canada magazine encourages readers to unplug, get outside, and enjoy the beautiful country that we live in. It is a tactile resource filled with interesting tips, tricks, and information that campers can take with them on any camping trip. The magazine is directly affiliated with the upcoming campsite and trailer park directory website, trailerparkscanada.com. With great reads, interviews, a kid’s section, checklists, and other fun surprises, this magazine becomes a part of what makes the camping experience so great for the whole family.
TPC Magazine reaches an audience of 5,000 per issue providing useful industry related information to avid, active camping families and Canadian individual campers. As part of a larger brand, Trailer Parks Canada creates unique, intriguing content about all aspects of Canadian Camping proving to increase retention and continue readership. In short, campers view our magazine as a keeper and go back to it over and over. We recognize our audience and take extra time to produce rich content that attracts families and Canadian campers so we can get your message and brand to the right audiences. The Trailer Parks Canada website and magazine are Canada’s #1 resource for camping content for all ages and truly are the driving forces for Canada’s camping search engine.
The Trailer Parks Canada magazine will be mailed directly to 5,000 campers across Ontario. Our growth plan will then help us double our distribution within our first year of publishing, connecting us with many more campers and help our reach expand across the country and into other provinces as well.
Our studies show that Trailer Parks Canada Magazine readers retain each issue for a minimum of 6 months and read our magazines up to 3.5 times per household.