Staycations have become an increasingly popular option for many families. But what to do when the children start crying boredom? Go camping or glamping!
From your backyard to car camping to backpacking to backcountry adventures, Canada is home to a wealth of outdoor adventures. If you are looking for a change of scenery, no matter what the season, why not look to the parks and historical sites across our majestic country.
Camping & Glamping Favourites from Hot Tub Covers Canada
Algonquin Provincial Park – This one probably comes as no surprise to avid campers, but Algonquin Park remains a top destination. With a wonderful mix of developed or backcountry sites, coupled with rich cultural history, stunning vistas and abundant birds and wildlife, solo travellers to families will find themselves at peace during a short or long stay.
Banff National Park – The Rocky Mountains await at Canada’s oldest national park. Banff National Park is home to 13 different campsites, boasting over 2,400 sites during peak season. From equipped campsites to large group camping, get up and close some of the most incredible views imaginable.
Treehouses, Spheres & Yurts – Why bother with roughing it when you can live the life of luxury while getting a breath of fresh air. Glamping (Glamourous Camping) is certainly a new mainstay, and there are different levels of luxury. Top picks around the HTCC office seems to be yurts and treehouses. Check out the Yurts at Mont Tremblant or on Cape Breton Island, the Free Spirit Spheres in British Columbia, or the Recycled Treehouse Hotel in Durham, Ontario.
Charleston Lake – If you love to hike or paddle, but still want your vehicle close by, explore the options at Charleston Lake. Dense forests, swimming holes and rocky ridges await.
Bon Echo – If the 100 metre high Mazinaw Rock featuring Aboriginal pictographs is not enough of a lure, how about interpretive boat tours, short to lengthy hiking trails, and numerous backcountry sites. For those would prefer more access to comfort facilities or vehicles, check out the yurts, electrical sites, and cabins. Bon Echo has something for every type of camper or glamper.
Share your favourite Camping or Glamping destination
Honestly, there are so many wonderful national, provincial and private parks across Canada. While out list could have gone on and on, we really want to hear from our readers. What are your favorite destinations? After all, some secrets are worth sharing!