Sleep in the fresh forest air, and rise with the birds as the morning sun lights up your cabin naturally.
These wood & canvas structures are clean, dry, and nestled on a hillside surrounded by the lush greenery of our forest at the edge of Algonquin Park.
Ladybug Lounge, Loon Echo and Lily’s Pad boast comfortable feather duvets and colourful linen sheets on bunk beds. Our original honeymoon suite, Moonbeam, and it’s twin Firefly each feature a double bed and are ideal for one person.
Some call it glamping or glamourous camping. The best outhouse in Canada is just steps away featuring a tiled floor and composting toilet. Flush toilets and showers are located in Points North, just a one minute walk away.
These seasonal unheated accommodations are available May through September.
- Glamping-style accommodations bring you closer to nature
- Comfortable feather duvets & colorful linen sheets
- Bathrooms & showers located close by
- Choice of bunk beds or a double bed
Canvas Cabin Pricing
Prices for accommodations include meals & services.
- Shared: $229/person/night
Share Ladybug Lounge, Loon Echo, or Lily’s Pad with one other person in either two single beds or a double bed.
- Private: $250/person/night
For one person, enjoy a cozy stay in Moonbeam or Firefly.
What is “Glamping”?
Glamping, or glamorous camping, is a new term that describes staying in a tent-style accommodation, in a comfortable bed rather than sleeping on the ground.
While many people love to get closer to nature, staying in a sleeping bag on the ground is not always the most comfortable for everybody: This is why our canvas cabins come equipped with feather duvets, comfortable beds, and solar-powered lighting.
The canvas walls of these retrofitted “prospector tents” let the sunshine naturally brighten your space in the morning, and let in the sounds of nature such as birds chirping and the wind gently rustling the leaves of the forest.
Our Up North: Algonquin Explorer retreat was designed for the adventurous soul who would like to experience canoeing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and more – all while staying comfortable in a bed: glamping, rather than camping.