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Canada glamping: What you need to know
Why Choose Glamping in Canada?
Canada is a vast country, with coasts on both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, and is divided into 10 provinces; Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Newfoundland & Labrador.
Throughout each province, visitors will find not only booming cities but a true outdoor playground. Canada is a country that truly has it all. Enjoy the beach and the seafood on Prince Edward Island, check out the many things to do in Quebec City or hike to alpine lakes and kayak in the Rocky Mountains.
Here is a place where you could go skiing in the morning and sailing in the afternoon! With so many outdoor Canadian attractions, glamping is the best way to explore this beautiful part of the world.
Keep reading to learn more about Canada, alongside the top things to do, the best time to visit, and frequently asked questions.
Top Things to Do in Canada
There is a never-ending list of outdoor attractions, places to visit, and things to do in Canada, making it difficult to list them all. However, there are some top places that are certainly worth a mention!
National park camping in Canada is a great way to explore the country and see its many different terrains. Jasper National Park is the largest in the Canadian Rockies and is a great glamping destination. Here you can go hiking in Maligne Canyon, whitewater rafting on the Athabasca River, or spot some wildlife, like black bears or bighorn sheep throughout the wilderness.
Banff National Park is another outdoor treasure. Hike to Moraine Lake, visit Lake Louise, go whitewater rafting on the Bow River, or take the gondola for some amazing bird’s-eye views. Banff and Jasper National Parks are great year-round destinations, with outdoor adventures to be had no matter the season.
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve on the coast offers a nice contrast to the mountainous terrain of Banff and Jasper. There are also some excellent things to do on Vancouver Island. Here you can find incredible hiking trails, like Schooner Cove Trail, pristine beaches, and great surf spots. Pacific Rim National Park is a top BC vacation destination and offers plenty to see and do.
On the other side of the country, in Ontario, you'll find places like Bruce Peninsula National Park. Straddling the Niagara Escarpment, this park is a coastal destination, encompassing both land and water. Here you can go diving and explore Fathom Five National Marine Park or hike to the Grotto, a landmark spot with blue waters and caves along the coast.
There are also some fantastic cities worth exploring across Canada, plus many more lovely secluded spots. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures, the hustle, and bustle of the city, or somewhere to simply relax and unwind, you can do it all in this stunning part of the world.
When is the Best Time to Visit Canada?
The best time to visit Canada depends on what you are looking to do. Of course, if you are hoping for snow, the best time to visit is in the winter months, between November and February.
A trip to Canada in the fall is also a great time to visit. During this season, the weather is cool but not too cold to be outdoors, summer crowds have gone, and prices are likely to have dropped.
In general, Canada has four distinct seasons, but each province sees different highs and lows throughout the year. So be sure to check the weather for your destination before you start packing!
Is there luxury glamping in Canada?
What are the best glamping sites in Canada?
There are plenty of glamping sites in Canada to choose from, making it difficult to pick the best one. We recommend you plan your trip and decide on the different activities you want to do. This way, you can choose your ideal destination around the type of vacation you are looking for.
Where to glamp on the East Coast in Canada?
There are some exceptional glamping spots on Canada’s East Coast, making it difficult to narrow down the best one. Use our search filter to find your ideal glamping type, this will help select your perfect destination for an exciting Canadian getaway.