Camping Resort Tent with Watersport Rentals Available near Killbear Provincial Park, OntarioParry Sound, Ontario (Canada)
Camping Resort Tent with Watersport Rentals Available near Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario
Glamping tent rental near Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario
Situated on a secluded, woodland site full of amenities, facilities, and services for enjoying the great outdoors, this luxury camping tent is located near Massasauga Provincial Park, Ontario, and can accommodate two guests in a sleeping space that combines comfort, rustic furnishings, and a sense of peaceful harmony with the tent's natural surroundings. Also pay a visit to the nearby Killbear Park whilst you are at this accommodation.
Inside the tent, guests will find two single beds that were handcrafted with live-edge slab lumber. Here, guests can enjoy a comfortable night's sleep atop high-density CertiPur foam mattresses that come replete with a fitted bottom sheet as well as a pillow with fresh pillowcase. Guests must supply their own sleeping bag or top sheet and blanket.
The interior of the tent also features live-edge wooden benches and shelving for guests' belongings. Other amenities include three hanging solar lights: one above each bed and one at the tent's entrance. The solar battery that powers these lamps also provides guests with a USB port with which they can charge their phones.
Outside, guests will find a rain-tarp-covered porch with a pair of deck chairs to relax on, rain or shine. Guests will also have access to two outdoor showers that are lined with cedar and provide propane-powered, on-demand hot water. They will also find an environmentally friendly, practically odor-free composting outhouse behind their tent.
Around the Ontario Provincial Park site, guests can enjoy a wide range of facilities, amenities, and services, including a waterfront deck with deck chairs and hammocks. We have a screened pavilion with a fully-equipped kitchen, each tent has its own cupboard in the pavilion, with all dishware and cookware provided. We also have two full-sized fridges with two shelves assigned for each tent to use. There is also a freezer in one for ice and frozen food. The kitchen facilities include a barbecue grill, two propane stoves, two full-size fridges, a toaster oven and complimentary coffee and tea.
We have tried to supply everything you might need, you only have to bring your own food. The pavilion also has Wi-Fi, as well as multiple outlets for charging devices. We also have a collection of our favourite games in the pavilion for our guests to enjoy. We have an outdoor picnic table area, a sandy beach, a dock, and beautiful twinkly light-lined trails. We have kayaks, canoes and stand up paddleboards at our waterfront for our guests use at no extra charge. We also run guided kayak day trips on the Bay which you can book for an extra charge with Ontario Sea Kayak Centre. We can assist you in booking a private two-hour yoga class for $75 on our waterfront deck with our yoga instructor, Tim. At night, guests may gather around the cozy communal fire pit where all firewood is supplied.
- 2 Twin/Single beds
- Shared Barbecue
- Hot water
- Shared Kitchen
- Fire pit
Each tent has it's own private composting toilet and handwashing station. In the outdoor kitchen pavilion, each tent has its own private cupboard with its own dishware, cutlery, and glassware as well as cookware and cooking utensils. Our food prep tables located in the pavilion are six feet long and six feet apart. The disinfectant spray is at every food prep area as well as hand sanitizer. Each tent is provided with two labelled shelves in one of the fridges for their cold food. The fridge is disinfected in between guests bookings. We have a separate dishwashing sink area from handwashing sink. There is hand sanitizer located at the two separate entrances to the pavilion for guests to use before entering the building every tent.
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Pets are not permitted. The host can connect guests to local kennels.
Children under the age of 13 are not permitted to stay overnight due to safety concerns (the site contains rough terrain and unsupervised waterfront areas). If guests are having family gatherings at the site, however, children can visit during the day.
Candles are not permitted due to fire safety concerns.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Parry Sound, Ontario (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Guests can enjoy a variety of outdoor activity options right at the site. In the summer, they can go kayaking, canoeing, and stand-up paddle boarding on Mill Lake, with rentals and lessons available from the site's private waterfront dock. Guests can also go on a guided kayaking day trip to explore the Georgian Bay, with gourmet lunches provided to them along the way, and a guided stand-up paddleboarding tour of Parry Sound in the evening. In the winter, guests can go snowshoeing on the site's trails and ice skating on its waterfront rink.
At the site, guests will also find a sandy beach where they can swim, a pavilion where they can cook and dine, a waterfront area where they can watch the waterfowl, hammocks in which they can kick back and relax, and fire pits around which they can enjoy each other's company in the warm, cozy glow of a crackling fire.
Guests interested in practicing yoga during their stay can enjoy daily yoga classes held on the site's spacious waterfront deck.
For cycling and mountain biking, guests can rent mountain bikes, road bikes, and fat bikes from Parry Sound Bikes, which can deliver bikes and trail passes to guests right at the site. From there, they can go biking along the Parry Sound waterfront, the Rose Point Trail, and the trails of the Georgian Nordic Activity Center. At the latter, guests can also go cross-country skiing in the winter.
At nearby Oastler Lake Provincial Park, guests can go canoeing, swimming, and fishing for bass, pike, and rainbow trout. They can also go hiking and biking on the Seguin Recreational Trail, which is just five kilometers from the park.
At the Massasauga Provincial Park, guests will find even more opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and boating, as well as three hiking trails, one of which, the Moon Island Trail, winds through varieties of terrains and types of forests, with vistas of Georgian Bay, a beaver pond, heron rookery, and an abundance of waterfowl to be seen along the way.
For dining, shopping, art galleries, and spa visits, guests will find a variety of options in the town of Parry Sound, where they can also visit the West Parry Sound District Museum and attend performances at the Charles W Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts and the Festival of Sound Chamber music festival.