Comfortable Camping Cabins on Secluded Island in Ontario, CanadaRoseneath, Ontario (Canada) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This eco-cabin can sleep up to six guests in the six twin beds, which can also be converted into three king-sized beds. For an extra fee, the cabin can be extended to accommodate two more guests with the addition of a queen-sized futon. There are solar indoor lights and glampers can make the most of the cedar deck, which is furnished with a picnic table. Outside, there are also comfortable lawn chairs, a fire pit with starter wood, and a propane barbecue with a full tank. The bathrooms are outhouse-style with environmentally-friendly composting toilets, and there is an outdoor, sustainable rain water shower.
The comfy eco-loft can sleep up to four guests with two queen-size beds. The kitchen comes fully equipped with dishes, pots, pans and cutlery, although all of the cooking must take place outdoors since open flames are not allowed inside of either of these accommodations. There is no electricity in the cabins, and all power comes from environmentally friendly solar paneling. Read More
- Fire pit
- King-size bed
The host at this site is committed to a vision of sustainability. Guests can contribute to this vision by staying in the eco-cabins and eco-loft, all of which are fitted with environmentally-friendly composting toilets and wonderful rain water showers. Other facilities include a picnic shelter where guests can set up a picnic meal for themselves and their fellow glampers.
All of the accommodations at this site have access to "The Barge" which is an 85-foot boat that can be used by guests for swimming, fishing, and partying.
- Brick oven
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
Location + Surroundings
This glamping site is located on an island on Rice Lake, which is 25 miles long and two to three miles wide in size, and is near the rural, rolling hills and farmland of southeastern Ontario. At only five minutes from the village of Roseneath, this property is also within easy driving distance of Toronto, Kingston, and Peterborough. These eco-friendly accommodations are surrounded by hiking trails, and a number of farm animals including grazing baby sheep, alpacas, piglets, and free-range chickens. The piglets are penned in, while the rest of the animals roam the property freely. Read More
On this half-mile long island, there are plenty of activities to do on the water. From canoeing and kayaking to swimming, paddleboating, and fishing, glampers are bound to have a good time exploring the area offshore. In the center of the island, there is a sand volleyball court, badminton court, horseshoe pits, and gigantic checkers.
Glampers can also hike around the island, go wild raspberry and blackberry picking, and spend a relaxing time in one of the reflection and reading areas around the site. Guests are also welcome to use the 100-year-old bread and pizza oven to whip up one of their favorite recipes while on vacation.
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- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
All activities are included within the daily rates, and glampers also be provided with starter campfire wood and limited Wi-Fi.
There is a complimentary ferry service and ATV delivery to the accommodations.
The check-out time is at 10 a.m. and the check-in time can vary according to the times at which the boat can bring glampers to the island. There is a regular service, free of charge. However, arrivals to the island after 10 p.m. will incur a charge of $100.
This host welcomes large party groups. Whatever the cause for celebration, guests can enjoy themselves to the fullest at these accommodations. Read More