If you are looking to escape the city for the weekend, but are not a fan of roughing it in the great outdoors, try glamping! This upscale option allows you to get out of the city and enjoy the beautiful nature that Ontario has to offer, with a twist on a traditional camping trip. If you’re wondering where to go glamping in Ontario, we have you covered! Check out a few options around our areas of service.
Head out to Prince Edward County for a rustic-chic experience that will help you relax and unwind. Stay in a large canvas tent that is decked out with king-sized bed, hardwood floors, an ensuite bathroom, a reading lounge and even a private outdoor hot shower. This site is only steps away from North Beach Provincial Park beaches, with a private dock for all Fronterra guests. The sites are also minutes away from the Fronterra Farm, where you can enjoy fresh fruits and veggies from their gardens. For more information about this glampsite in Ontario, check out their website!
Two hours away from Toronto, you can find Tipi Adventure in Muskoka. These massive tipis can host up to 10 guests at a time, so leave your tents at home and enjoy the private and tranquil getaway with your closest friends! Located on 80 acres of lush forest terrain, this Bracebridge glampsite is in a secluded area, but not too far from Algonquin Park. Though, there is plenty to enjoy onsite including a 5 kilometre trail and a freshwater pond. If you are interested in glamping here, visit their website for more information.
As Northumberland County’s first glampsite, this stylish and sophisticated location offers all of the charm and comfort of a boutique hotel in the great outdoors. With 10 options of Safari-style tents available, you will definitely find the right weekend getaway option for you. One of the best things about this glampsite is they have bookings available well into October, so you can enjoy the change of seasons in the rolling hills of Shelter Valley.
Ontario Parks Glampsites
Did you know that Ontario Parks rents out more than the basic campsite? They offer several different types of roofed accommodations including soft sided shelters, yurts, cabins, and even cottages! These are great options to enhance the standard camping trip to a relaxed glamping experience. Arrowhead Provincial Park in Huntsville has a soft-sided shelter accommodation available that features a deluxe tent that sleeps 5. Just outside of Toronto, Bronte Creek Provincial Park has 3 yurts onsite that comfortably sleep 6 each. If you’re looking for a more lavish accommodation, Balsam Lake Provincial Park has a beautiful wooden cabin that sleeps 8 people, a perfect location for a family trip.