The newest addition to our fixed-roof accommodations is the oddly-named
yurt. Yurts are part cabin, part tent and 100 per cent comfortable.
These large, fabric-sided, domed shelters offer an authentic camping experience for visitors who don’t own, or want to bring their RV or tent with them.
Each yurt has windows and a skylight that opens to let in fresh air and sunshine. A lockable door provides security and privacy. Electricity, a heater and lighting are offered for your convenience.
Your home-away-from-home also features rustic log furniture including a bunk bed, futon, table, chairs and small storage cabinet.
Each yurt will accommodate four adults or a family of five. * Cooking is not permitted in your yurt.
Campers are expected to either use the firepit or bring a campstove or portable barbeque. A table is provided at each site. Yurt housekeeping supplies include a broom, dust-pan, mop and garbage bags.
All yurts are 5 metres (16 feet) in diameter and are non-smoking accommodations. Many are wheelchair accessible. In consideration of other yurt guests, pets are not allowed inside yurts. Vehicles may be parked onsite at most locations or at a nearby parking lot. Each location offers wheelchair accessible yurts.
What to Bring
You should bring all the things you need to camp such as sleeping bags, pillows, food, eating and cooking utensils. Don’t forget your sense of adventure!
Fees and Other Rules
The fee is $56.00 per night, plus applicable taxes with a minimum two-night reservation. Guests can book up to 14 nights and all fees are required at the time of booking. Yurts are also available on a walk-up basis between reservations.
Changes to reservations regarding dates and location may be allowed depending on availaibilty, for a non-refundable change fee of $4.00. Changes made within three days or less of your arrival date that involve a later arrival or moving to another campground will be subject to an additional non-refundable nightly fee plus the change fee.
*Note: The number of persons allowed on a campsite or yurt site, cannot exceed four persons or one family unit. A family unit is generally defined as parent(s)and their children under the age of 18; however, the possible addition of a grandparent or similar relative is allowed. Reservations commence Monday, March 25, 2013.
Childs Lake (available August 2013
include applicable taxes.
Fees subject to change without notice.