Imagine spending a crisp autumn night under the stars in a heated yurt. Or why not watch a thunderstorm roll in across the lake from your waterfront cottage?
Get warm and cozy in a provincial park this November in one of our roofed accommodations!
Accommodations featured below are available as of October 30, 2023.
Continue reading November vacancy highlights (roofed accommodation)
Algonquin Provincial Park is internationally renowned and holds a special place in hearts of so many Ontarians.
No wonder, then, that it’s also one of the most popular parks in the province! Reservations — especially for the park’s busiest summer and fall seasons — are hotly competed each year.
That’s why we’re so pleased to share that in the past year we’ve built four cabins and four yurts, some of the most requested park features!
Continue reading Planning a visit to Algonquin this year?
So you still haven’t had enough of the outdoors, even though winter has arrived?
Neither have we!
Day-tripping to your favourite park is a great way to get outside, but maybe you’ve decided to try an overnight stay this winter. Great choice!
Yurts and cabins are a popular way to experience winter at Ontario Parks. Stay warm and cozy while you enjoy all a park has to offer in the winter, from watching early morning sunlight reach across fresh snow, to skiing or snowshoeing through the forest as the snowflakes drift down.
Here’s everything you need to know for your winter adventure:
Continue reading Your guide to winter yurt and cabin camping
Picture this: the sound of a crackling fire filling the crisp fall air, the soft sound of leaves falling in the forest, dipping your paddle into a still lake during a misty sunrise, and best of all… no bugs!
This is late fall camping at Silent Lake Provincial Park.
Looking for a quiet and relaxing place to give late fall camping a try?
Here are just a few reasons why Silent Lake is a favourite destination for many:
Continue reading Experience late fall camping at Silent Lake Provincial Park