Yurt and Tent Rentals in Canada

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Keith Gillespie:

Unfortunately we had unexpected high winds and 1-2 inches of spring snow and did not get to stay in the tipi due to the wind. However the owners were more that accommodating in allowing us to transfer to the on site cabin and had the entire campground to ourself. Very peaceful and enjoyed a campfire with s'mores the day before the wind and snow. Went for an adventure in a tipi but had a good weather adventure instead. We would definitely stay again in the tipi, cabin or campsite possibly during the annual music festival.

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Shelley Schaffer

This safari tent is amazing!!! Every detail has been thought out. There's a bathroom with a shower, a kitchen complete with a mini oven/range and mini fridge. It has a BBQ and jacuzzi. The views at all times of the day are simply breathtaking, all the stars come out at night. The bed is more comfortable than many I've slept in at hotels. I did bring an extra blanket just to have the comfort of something from home and I was glad I did, it does get a little chilly at night, but the bed is also heated! We didn't know what to expect as we had never been glamping but our experience was simply amazing. My husband is a type A personality, he always needs to be doing or planning something, and even he was able to simply let go and really chill out. I highly recommend staying here. 1 tip is that the last bit of road to the tent is dirt and gravel and a little steep, you'll need a vehicle with some clearance. A car can easily do it but not a low slung car.

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Marlena Ellender

My family had a wonderful time here and we wish we could have stayed longer. The tents were comfortable and the land they are on is beautiful. The restroom and shower facilities on site are kept clean and there were plenty to use. Tents and beds were pretty clean and they were well spaced, so that you aren't sharing your space with other campers. Firewood was available for purchase for $20. Charcoal, lighter fluid and BBQ are on each camp site, free to use. Bring your cooler full of food, drinks and ice! I overheard people complaining about how hot their camping experience was in other areas closer to Zion National Park. Though a bit further away (about 35-40 minutes), this site near Hurricane did seem to get pleasantly cooler in the evenings and there weren't many bugs and no mosquitoes. Overall, we loved it and hope to return soon!

 

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