April vacancy highlights (roofed accommodation)

Spring temperatures can be tough to predict, which is what makes April a great month to stay in a cabin or yurt! Whether it rains, snows or shines, you’ll have a cozy homebase for your outdoor adventures.

Don’t see your favourite park? Reminder that many parks, such as Arrowhead, Silent Lake and Windy Lake, close after March Break to prepare for the spring camping season.

Accommodations featured below were available as of 12:00 pm, March 15, 2018.

Algonquin Provincial Park (Mew Lake) — yurts (7)

Mew Lake Yurt with Baby

Each yurt is equipped with a table and chairs, as well as two sets of futon bunk beds (sleeps up to six). The yurt has electrical heat, fluorescent lighting, and one electrical outlet. Outside, yurt sites are equipped with a picnic table and fire pit.

Dates available:

  • Site 34 (Mew Lake): April 2-6, 9-13, 15-20, 22-27, 29-30
  • Site 36 (Mew Lake): April 1-6, 8-13, 15-20, 22-27
  • Site 38 (Mew Lake): April 2-6, 11-13, 15-20, 22-27
  • Site 49 (Mew Lake): April 8-11, 23-27
  • Site 54 (Mew Lake): April 2-6, 15-20, 22-27
  • Site 62 (Mew Lake): April 2-6, 8-13, 18-20, 22-27

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Killarney Provincial Park — yurts (6), cabins (2)

Coast of Georgian Bay, 1.25 hours from Sudbury, 4 hours from Toronto

rocks with hikers

Yurts (6)

Dates available:

Cabins (2)

boy sitting on top bunk of bunkbeds inside cabin

The camp cabin is a rustic one-room cabin with wood interior and a screened-in front porch. The cabin sleeps five on a queen bed and double/single bunk bed. The cabin features a kitchenette with a microwave, mini fridge, coffeemaker, kettle and counter space. There is a dining table and chairs for inside meals. Outside you will find a gas barbeque and picnic table. A propane fireplace provides a cozy temperature and atmosphere inside.

Dates available:

MacGregor Point Provincial Park — yurts (14)

Shore of Lake Huron, 3 hours from Toronto, 2.5 hours from London

MacGregorPoint yurt

Dates available:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)


Quetico Provincial Park — rustic cabins (3)

2.5 hours from Thunder Bay

quetico cabin inside. stove, kitchen table window.

Dates available:

Reserve: by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Sandbanks Provincial Park — cottages (2)

Shores of Lake Ontario, 2.5-3 hours from Ottawa and Toronto

Jacques Cottage

jacques cottage

This one-and-a-half-story cottage includes a fully equipped kitchen, satellite TV, wood fireplace, barbeque and propane. Cottage sleeps six. Bedding and towels are supplied.

Dates available:

Reserve: by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Maplerest Heritage House

Sandbanks Maple Rest bedbath

Close to park trails, beaches and day-use facilities, this four-bedroom Victorian home is furnished with antiques. Equipped with everything you need for a luxurious Sandbanks vacation.

Dates available:

Reserve: by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Sleeping Giant Provincial Parks — cottages (3)

Shores of Lake Superior, 1.25 hours from Thunder Bay

Sleeping Giant cabin

These barrier-free cabins are located in the park on the shores of Marie Louise Lake. Each cabin has three bedrooms, a washroom with large shower, a fully equipped modern kitchen, propane fireplace, and heated sun porch. Pots, pans, cups, mugs, dishes, cutlery, kettle, coffee maker, pillows and linens are provided. One campfire pit and one picnic table are located outside of each cabin.

Dates available:

Reserve: by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Reservation tips

While there are many weekend opportunities available, you’ll find the best selection Sundays-Thursdays.

If you’re searching for cabins, cottages and yurts online, be sure to set the “Reservation Type” drop-down menu to “Roofed Accommodation.”

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Off-season check-in information for each park will be available during the reservation process.

Happy glamping!