Tipi Rental Surrounded by Woodlands in Nominingue, Canada
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- Pets allowed
Outside the tipi, there is an environmentally friendly composting toilet, and a fire pit to light a bonfire and roast some marshmallows. The host can provide a large bundle of wood for these purposes at additional cost of $5. Whatever the season, this tipi is the perfect rental for a rural retreat in the forests of Quebec.
- Fire pit
The accommodations also have wood-burning stoves to keep glampers cozy, a propane stove, and cooking equipment to enjoy a home-cooked meal.
Location + Surroundings
- Whitewater rafting
Glampers will be spoiled for choice when it comes to outdoor activities at this site. The forests and rivers provide ample hiking, biking, cycling, and golfing opportunities in the summer; and in the winter, snow transforms this woodland into excellent terrain for dog sledding.
At Nominingue golf club, guests can take try the 18-hole golf course, and guests can rent equipment and take lessons. In the nearby forest, a former railway track was transformed into a cycling path and roller-skating track, which stretches for miles.
In the summer months, there is a beautiful sand beach along Nominingue Lake where guests can relax and enjoy a supervised swimming. Guests can also partake in volleyball, petanque, ping-pong and buoy rafting. There are opportunities to rent a boat, go windsurfing, or enjoy canoeing, kayaking, and sailing along the nearby lake.
The host is more than happy to coordinate many outdoor activities and oversee the supply of equipment, for a small additional fee. Please contact the host for more information.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Guests are advised that their accommodation is set in the woods about a half of a mile from the parking lot. Therefore, there will be a small but scenic walk to the accommodation from the car.
This host advises guests to travel light, carry nothing superfluous: choose backpacks rather than suitcases.
Select Winter photos by Louise Claire Johnson