February vacancy highlights (roofed accommodation)

Hey lovers!

Why not celebrate this Valentine’s Day with a romantic getaway at a provincial park?

Stay warm and cozy at Ontario Parks this February in one of our roofed accommodations! We’ve got lots of cabins, cottages and yurts available all month, especially for midweek visitors!

Accommodations featured below were available as of 1:00 pm, January 15, 2019.

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

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

Yurts (6)

Killarney yurt

Killarney’s six yurts are located in the George Lake Campground in their own site away from other campers. A short walk of 70 m to 200 m will take you to your accommodation from the parking lot. Each yurt sleeps six and has electric heat. The yurts are located nearby a vault toilet.

Dates available:

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

Cabins (2)

boy sitting on top bunk of bunkbeds inside cabin

These rustic one-room cabins have wood interior and a screened-in front porch. They sleep six on a queen bed and double 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 barbecue and picnic table. A propane fireplace provides a cozy temperature and atmosphere inside. There are no washrooms inside the cabins, however there are heated privies adjacent to the cabins.

Dates available:

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

MacGregor Point Provincial Park — yurts (14)

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

MacGregorPoint yurt

MacGregor Point has plenty of yurts to choose from! Enjoy the park’s winter activities like skating, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, and come home to a nice, warm yurt! The yurts are all nearby vault toilets, and a short walk to a heated comfort station.

Dates available:

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

Pinery Provincial Park — yurts (12), cabin (1), soft-sided shelter (1)

Shores of Lake Huron, 1 hour from London, 3 hours from Toronto

Yurts

three campers in yurt playing cards

These eight-sided tent-like structures are heated, furnished and available year-round. Inside each yurt, visitors will find two bunk beds (accommodating six people), a table and four chairs, electric lighting and a heater for cool weather camping. Outside, you will find a gas barbecue outside for cooking, a firepit and a picnic table on the site. A heated comfort station with flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities is located nearby.

Dates available:

Cabin

Pinery cabin in winter

The cabin sleeps five on a queen bed and double/single bunk-bed. High-quality mattresses provide a comfy night’s sleep. The cabin features a kitchenette with a microwave, mini fridge, coffee maker and counter space. There is a dining table and chairs for inside meals. Outside you will find a gas barbecue and picnic table. A propane/electric fireplace provides additional comfort.

Dates available:

Soft-sided shelter

Sitting on a wooden platform, the tent features rustic log furniture and two queen beds (sleeps four) outfitted with comfort mattresses. A kitchenette includes a minifridge, coffeemaker and counter space. Outside you’ll find a gas barbeque for cooking.

Dates available:

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

Quetico Provincial Park — rustic cabins (3)

2.5 hours from Thunder Bay

Quetico backcountry cabin in winter -- showing front porch.

Quetico’s rustic cabins offer a great home base for exploring the vast wilderness around you. Each cabin offers different amenities, so make sure you visit the roofed accommodations page for more info. All cabins are a short walk away from outhouses.

Dates available:

Reserve: by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Sandbanks Provincial Park — cottage (1)

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

Cottage

Jacques Cottage - dining room

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

Dates available:

Reserve: by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Silent Lake Provincial Park — yurts (8), cabins (10)

2.5 hours from Toronto / 3 hours from Ottawa

Yurts (8)

silent lake yurt interior

Spend the day skiing, snowshoeing or ice fishing, then return to a heated home base (pst! yurts 5, 9, 16 and 38 include woodstoves, while the others use electric heat). Yurts sleep six, with a firepit and propane barbecue outside for cooking. All yurts are nearby a vault toilet, and a short walk to a year-round comfort station.

Dates available:

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

Cabins (10)

Interior of cabin

For those who fancy a roof over their head, the heated camp cabins are a great option! The cabins sleeps five and features a kitchenette with a microwave, minifridge, kettle, and counter space. Outside you will find a gas barbecue and picnic table. Cabins are equipped with electric baseboard heating and a propane fireplace. The camp cabin is within a short walk of a comfort station and water tap.

Dates available:

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

Sleeping Giant Provincial Parks — cottages (5)

Shores of Lake Superior, 1.25 hours from Thunder Bay

cabin with snowshoes

These barrier-free cabins are located 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)

Windy Lake Provincial Park — yurts (4), cabins (2)

Winter cross-country skiing destination, located 45 minutes northwest of Sudbury

Windy Lake yurt

Windy Lake offers some of the best cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the region. Many winter enthusiasts come for the day, but with four trail-side yurts that are heated and available for winter use, winter camping is easy. Access to the yurts is via ski trails only which is about a 166 m (500 ft) walk. A privy is located in close proximity to all the yurts and is heated during the winter months

Dates available:

  • Site 24: February 4-8, 10-15, 24-28
  • Site 27: February 3-8, 10-15, 18-22, 24-27
  • Site 30: February 5-8, 10-15, 18-22, 24-28
  • Site 31: February 5-8, 10-15, 18-22, 27-28

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

Cabins (2)

Winter cabin

These new lakeside cabins at Windy Lake are now open for reservations! These camp cabins are rustic one-roomers with wood interior and a screened-in front porch. Each cabin sleeps five on a queen bed and double/single bunk bed. The cabins are a short walk from a comfort station.

Dates available:

  • Site 200: February 3-8, 18-22, 24-28
  • Site 201: February 4-8, 12-15, 18-21, 25-28

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

Reservation tips

While there are many weekend opportunities available, you’ll find the best selection Sundays through 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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Winter check-in information for each park will be available during the reservation process.

Happy glamping!