From traditional... to original
1. The essence of camping
Is there anything more Canadian than camping? From the comfort of serviced campsites to the seclusion of backcountry camping, there’s an experience that’s right for you! Will you camp at a Rideau Canal lockstation amid history or escape to Fathom Five’s Flowerpot Island’s serene backcountry campsites?
2. Hassle-free camping
Don’t have the gear or prefer to travel light? Try one of our Equipped Campsites at Thousand Islands. We provide the gear, you make the memories. Enjoy the beach, take a bike ride, go fishing or simply relax. When the sun sets, try making s’mores over the campfire – the kids will love them!
Thousand Islands National Park
3. Roughing it has never felt this good
One part cabin, one part tent, oTENTiks are an easy way to overnight in nature. Whether at mainland drive-to sites or on islands, enjoy a true getaway at Thousand Islands, Georgian Bay Islands, Trent-Severn Waterway or Rideau Canal. Plus the kids will love the bunkbeds!
- Thousand Islands National Park
- Georgian Bay Islands National Park
- Trent-Severn Waterway National Historical Site
- Rideau Canal National Historic Site
4. Vibrant foliage, starry skies and cozy yurts
Bruce Peninsula welcomes you to autumn serenity. By day, hike among yellow trembling aspen trees or canoe on quiet Cyprus Lake. By night, stoke a fire outside your quaint circular dwelling and stargaze in an awesome Dark Sky Preserve.
5. Waterfront cabins
Enjoy a romantic, private, two-person cabin overlooking the water at Georgian Bay Islands. Hike through hardwood forests, paddle to pink-granite bays or ride a bike along an isolated coastline. At sunset, return to your hideaway and toast to a magical day! Prefer to bring the family along? Then try our six-person cabins on Beausoleil Island.