Tent Camping on an Eco-Resort near Algonquin Park in Sundridge, OntarioSundridge, Ontario (Canada) view map
Description of Glamping Units
A camping stay at this eco-friendly property is perfect for those looking to enjoy an outback experience in Ontario, Canada. Close to the Algonquin Provincial Park, this location is complete with a 16- by 20-foot white canvas tented cabin. Guests who stay here will find the tent furnished with a queen-size luxury memory foam mattress and set with fine quality linens and comforters. Glampers will also have a spacious lounge area. Guests will also enjoy having a stove, an oven, and a cooler. In addition, guests will have dishware, as well as cutlery, pots, and pans. Outside, guests can enjoy a campfire pit and barbecue grill, along will a picnic table for dining. For safety, guests will be provided with a carbon monoxide detector, a first aid kit, and a fire extinguisher. Read More
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Queen bed
- Wood burning stove
Glampers will have complimentary use of the property's canoes, kayaks, and paddle boards as well as complimentary life jackets. There is free parking in the designated parking areas. Guests should not bring in firewood from outside sources as the on-site firewood is harvested and cut locally.
There is a hot-water-on-demand shower system in a separate building.
The host is more than happy to help guests carry supplies to their cabin or campsite via ATV, snowmobile, or tote wagon. Moreover, the host will recharge guests' phones on request if the guest does not have a charger in their vehicle.
- 24 hour management
- BBQ grill
- Deck or balcony
- Fire pit
- Shared bathroom
No smoking is permitted in the accommodation on-site, and pets are allowed with prior notification.
This property is not suited for parties or events.
It may not be safe or suitable for infants under the age of two years old.
Check-in time is flexible if there are no previous guests; please contact the host regarding check-in time upon booking confirmation. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Set in Sundridge in the Almaguin Highlands of Ontario, this property is 104 acres of forested trails, river, with lakefront consisting of lowlands, sandy beaches, open areas, natural forest with approximately eight kilometers of groomed walking trails. It is located on Pickerel Lake and set just a few minutes from Bernard Lake. At each turn, guests will find glorious ferns, grassy meadows, and lush evergreens. Close to the famed Algonquin Park, guests who stay here will find an unlimited amount of outdoor activity, as well as diverse wildlife including everything from the occasional gray wolf, also known as the timber wolf, to herds of deer in the winter. Among them, glampers will lay eyes on an abundance of moose, which can be found all over the property, especially in the fall. Those who love bird watching will also find blue heron along the river banks, including beavers, otters, and more. Read More
- If the guest cancels 24 hours or more prior to check in: The guest will receive a full refund.
- If the guest cancels within 24 hours of check in: The guest will be charged for one full night's stay, but will receive a full refund for the remaining nights.
Additional bags of firewood are available for an additional fee of $10 per bag.
- Bird watching
- Paddle boarding
- Wildlife viewing
Located on 104 private acres of raw wilderness this property is the perfect place to go glamping in Ontario. Those who stay here can enjoy the outdoors, take a stroll on the groomed trails, enjoy kayaking, canoeing, or paddle boarding right off-site. Those who enjoy paddle boarding can spend all day on Pickerel Lake, while guests looking for a bit more action can spend time mountain biking or go on adventure hikes in Algonquin Provincial Park. Popular trails here include the Whiskey Rapids Trail, set alongside the Oxtongue River, and the Barron Canyon Trail. In the winter season, guests can spend time snowshoeing and Nordic skiing, right outside the front door. Furthermore, glampers can visit museums, enjoy a picnic by the lake, or simply take in the views surrounding this vast lakefront eco-site.