If you’re looking for the ultimate camping experience but aren’t into the whole outdoorsy vibe, the solution to your problem is glamping. Imagine getting to enjoy all the perks like campfires, s’mores, starry night skies and more while also avoiding all the negatives like gross washrooms, sleeping on the ground, and worrying about your stuff getting soaked if it rains.
That’s the best thing about glamping – you can still connect with nature but you don’t have to be miserable while doing it. There are a variety of different options from tipis, pods, yurts and more to choose. Thankfully, there is an abundance of Glamping spots in Ontario but we narrowed it down to our top 8 favourite spots:
1 .OutPost Co
It rests on a hidden lake 90 minutes as the seaplane flies north of Toronto. Let out your inner pioneer, as there is no WiFi or no electricity, and immerse yourself in 360 degrees of nature.
Price: $160+ (per night)
Location: Temagami, Ontario
Their large canvas tents are an authentic tribute to the early prospecting days of our nation and are still used to explore some of Canada’s most wild places. A few modern luxuries were added including a king-sized bed, hardwood floors, an ensuite bathroom, a reading lounge and even a private outdoor hot shower.
Price: $255+ (per night)
Location: Consecon, Ontario
The Buffalo Farm is an eco-tourism destination located on 600 gorgeous acres hugging the northern edge of Algonquin Park. It’s the perfect escape from the city, free from electricity and surrounded by nature. There are lots of activities to do in the surrounding area, but a noteworthy one is their very own unique horse sanctuary (it even features a few buffalos). Everything in the yurt is handmade, including the flooring (milled by a neighbour) and sofa (built from reclaimed barn beams).
Price: $139+ (per night)
Location: Mattawa, Ontario
The perfect spot for your Muskoka getaway – glamping style. Enjoy picturesque views of Lake Bernard (the world’s largest freshwater lake without an island), from your private porch and large luxurious suite space.
Price: $200+ (per night)
Location: Sundridge, Ontario
Nature’s Harmony is situated on 485 acres, overlooking the Laurentian Mountains, and is surrounded by an abundance of nature and wildlife. Stay at the Ma’ayan Chalet and enjoy a large, cozy cabin with a fully equipped kitchen, fireplace, indoor composting toilet & solar electrical system. In the summer and fall, there are plenty of trails for hiking or biking and loads spaces for exploring.
Price: $180+ (per night)
Location: Mattawa, Ontario
The pods are not only comfortable but luxurious and suites are tastefully furnished to create a relaxing and authentic environment. You can expect private hardwood floors, flush toilets, outdoor showers, mini-fridges, electrical outlets, hot/cold running water, activities concierge, and a full hot complimentary breakfast.
Price: $199+ (per night)
Location: Turkey Point, Ontario
Their sites are designed to give you the ultimate glamping experience, surrounded by your own private forest retreat. Like the finest hotels, they provide complimentary wilderness butler service, fresh towels and anything else you may require for a comfortable holiday. Fully stocked with luxury linens and eco-friendly toiletries.
Price: $349+ (per night)
Location: Renfrew, Ontario
While some people may enjoy discovering hiking trails and exploring our old growth forest, others may prefer relaxing by their saltwater pool or sipping on local craft beer at The Watering Hole Guest Lounge & Bar. Reconnect with the wilderness in style & sophistication in one of their spacious and beautifully designed Safari Tents.
Price: $295 + (per night)
Location: Grafton, Ontario
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What are the other best spots to go glamping in Ontario? Let us know in the comments!
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