Plan your Okanagan stay at the "Home Place" cabin, situated in a quiet corner of ghost town - Glen Robinson B.C. This rustic, cozy space is self contained with everything you need to enjoy cabin life and relax in a wild place free of cell service and WiFi. All you need to bring is your "A Game" for adventure, food, bevies and your personal bedding. (Bedding can be provided
Plan your Okanagan stay at the "Home Place" cabin, situated in a quiet corner of ghost town - Glen Robinson B.C. This rustic, cozy space is self contained with everything you need to enjoy cabin life and relax in a wild place free of cell service and WiFi. All you need to bring is your "A Game" for adventure, food, bevies and your personal bedding. (Bedding can be provided upon request).
Perfect for couples the cabin will sleep up to six people and for larger groups there are adjoining tenting and RV sites that are available to guests who are booking the Home Place (for an additional fee).
A two minute drive from Glen Lake and surrounded by endless miles of Crown Land, the Home Place is the perfect gateway to adventure with no crowds. Whether your passion is hiking sub-alpine peaks, riding your ATV, casting a fly for wild Rainbows, snapping a Moose pic, mountain biking un-touched trails or paddling across lonesome lakes; the Home Place is a perfect base for pursuing your outdoor passion.
And lets not forget winter! A lonely expanse of valley, mountains and snow means you can break trail all day long. Whether its snow shoes, skis or snow machine, follow the Lynx tracks, hit the Alpine or watch the stars and listen for the call of Timber Wolves round the winter campfire.
Only a thirty minute drive west of Peachland, Glen Robinson may feel remote - yet its still close to the great shopping, restaurants and nightlife of the Okanagan Valley!
Home Place Manual Please review the following information prior to arrival.
1.) You will be staying in remote location with not modern amenities. There is no cell service or WI-FI.
2.) Firewood and materials for starting a fire are located in the shed on the left side of the cabin. During non-winter months there is also a store of firewood near the firepit. A supply of kindling and fire starter is kept beside the firewood box in the cabin. A large stock of matches is kept throughout the cabin.
3.) A supply of potable water is provided at the beginning of your stay. Water containers can be re-filled at Bolivar Creek which is located about 500 yards back toward town on the first sharp corner in the road. There are two locations on the upstream side of the road where you can easily refill water containers. One right beside the culvert running under the road and the other just up the well-worn path on the right side of the creek. A Brita filter jug is provided for your convenience.
4.) Lighting options include candles, propane and LED lights. Candles, and propane lights are not permitted in the loft area. Extra batteries and candles are located on a lower shelf beside the dining table.
5.) A fire extinguisher and first aid kit are located in the cabin on a top shelf to the left of the wash basin area.
6.) Cooking (and depending on the weather) can be done inside on the wood stove or outside on the campfire. Options to have a charcoal BBQ, white gas stove or propane stove are available upon request for an additional fee. 7.) The cabin is fully equipped for cooking and dining with a great assortment of pots, pans, utensils and dinnerware including wine glasses.
8.) Salt, pepper, spices, tea, coffee, sugar and a variety of condiments are well stocked in the kitchen area.
9.) Set up for doing dishes consists of a wash basin, rinse basin and a drying rack. Dish cloths, scrubbers, soap and tea towels are provided. Addition tea towels etc. are located on the lower shelf below the wash station.
10.) There are a couple kettles for heating water on the stove or fire and a large stock pot for use if larger amounts of hot water are required.
11.) A plastic wash bin is located at the back of the cabin for doing laundry and a clothes line is set up outside for hang drying whatever gets washed or wet.
12.) Sleeping options consist of a Futon bed in the main cabin area that is great for two people with room for another 4 people to sleep in the large sleeping loft. The smaller loft can also be used for sleeping. Access to the loft is by a ladder stored on the left near the wood stove. The ladder has hooks on the top that lock into place on two metal hangers on the edge of the loft.
13.) Hand and bath towels are located in the blue trunk.
14.) The outhouse is located close by the cabin and is both clean and comfortable.
15.) An outdoor shower located close to the cabin has two options. A solar shower option and a bucket / dipper shower option.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 23% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
The area is home to endless miles of road and trail perfect to suit the needs of every class of mountain biker. From valley bo...Read more
Glen Lake is a two minute drive from the Home Place and there are a multitude of other mountain lakes accessible for boating, c...Read more
The mountains west of Peachland are home to some fantastic fishing opportunities. From waters with stocked Rainbow and Brook T...Read more
For the hiker visiting Glen Robinson, there is something for everyone. Old logging and mining trails with easy walking to clim...Read more
If you like riding in places that see few people and fewer horses you and your partner would enjoy the endless trail network th...Read more
Great paddling options on local mountain lakes or drop down to the Okanagan for a day on the big pond.
Only 30 minutes from the Home Place, Okanagan Lake is home to some of the best wind sports available. Summer months are typica...Read more
No one has enough fuel to explore the vast network of old logging roads and mining trail that cover the area. Great access, fe...Read more
Whether your passion is snowmobiling, boarding, slapping back country skis or breaking trail on snowshoes the area boasts incre...Read more
There are three swimming options for the hot days of summer. For the ultimate beach day head back to Peachland day camp on the...Read more
Glen Robinson is an excellent area to see a variety of wildlife. The most common species guests encounter are Moose, Black Bea...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Glen Robinson - The Home Place in British Columbia.
The best beach option is the Peachland lakefront. Mountain lakes can be great for swimming in but don't have anything like a n...Read more
In the late 1800's the area was buzzing with prospectors and mining promoters drilling and blasting their way into mountainside...Read more
Located on the perimeter of the northern reaches of the Great Mohave Desert, the area is home to an amazing web of forest types...Read more
Glen Lake is a couple minute drive from the cabin. A beautiful lake that is bounding with large Rainbows and Brook Trout. Th...Read more
The Home Place is nestled on the south slopes of the Glen Valley. Mountains on either side climb up to 6000 feet on the south ...Read more
Prairie, meadow, or plain
A short walk below the cabin is a beautiful meadow. A remnant from large scale land clearing undertaken in the late 19th Cent...Read more
River, stream, or creek
Glen Robinson has three creeks on the property. The largest creek is a five minute walk down the hill from the cabin. Locate ...Read more
Guests can swim in Glen Lake (water shoes and a floatie are best) or head down to the meadow and chill out soaking in Greata Cr...Read more
A short walk below the Home Place takes guests to a large wetland area along Greata Creek. Beaver ponds busy with waterfowl d...Read more
Guests are able to drive right up to the cabin. Some vehicles with very low clearance may need to park on the main road.