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Dog-friendly glamping near Halifax

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11 top dog-friendly glamping sites near Halifax

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Porters Peak

9 sites · Lodging250 acres · Halifax, NS
Breathe in the fresh air, unwind, reconnect, and recharge as you escape in the great outdoors. Porters Peak is an adventure getaway located in Porters Lake, only 40 minutes from Halifax. We offer over 250 acres of rolling hills, adventure activities and 2 unique types of accommodations; Safari Tents and Cozy Cabins. Built by Canadian adventurers, for adventurers of all types. Enjoy Luxurious Glamping Tents for Your Next Adventure. Relax in style with our luxurious glamping tents featuring plush bedding for a comfortable night's sleep. Enjoy cooking in our fully equipped outdoor kitchen and seating area, surrounded by beautifully landscaped surroundings. As the sun sets, cozy up around your personal fire pit and soak up the ambiance with solar lights illuminating your tent, or grill up some delicious food on your personal BBQ. Our glamping tents offer the perfect blend of comfort and nature for an unforgettable outdoor experience. Experience the magic of the great outdoors!
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Breezy Petals Camping Resort

6 sites · Lodging, Tents204 acres · Rines Creek, NS
Breezy Petals Camping Resort is a family oriented campground offering tenting, RVing, glamping as well as fun outdoor activities and music events.Our mission is to build a camping wonderland, where families and friends can discover true happiness, health and  green lifestyle. Here you can forget all of your stress, just enjoy the great nature by listening birds singing, watching beaver swimming, discovering the secret from deep woods, observing starlight with telescope at night, relaxing your body with yoga by the dome..... So much more you could do.Come and join us, let's have some fun together!
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Off the Beaten Trail Eco Lodging

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Rose Bay, NS
Welcome to Off the Beaten Trail. Found on the beautiful South Shore of Nova Scotia, near the famous U.N.E.S.C.O Town of Lunenburg, making us a great central location. We offer a glamping experience that will be hard to beat. Offering unique full service units, Tent and RV sites. Recognized Superhost with Airbnb and voted #3 in Nova Scotia for Best Hipcamp in 2022 Open year round, for those who enjoy winter camping. Near by you’ll find Sea Glass beach (aka Spindlers Beach), The Ovens Natural Park, Sand Dollar Beach, Hirtles Beach, Oxners Beach (usually peaceful), Gaff Point Hiking Trail, Indian Path Common Trails, and Kingburg beach to name a few. For shopping locally we have The Rose Bay General Store and Bistro with NSLC Outlet. You’ll find convenience items, seasonal produce, fresh baked goods, take out and dine in eating, a great selection of imported Specialty items, and authentic Nova Scotian products. A great spot to stop on the way back from the beach for a bite to eat and supplies. We also have the Bayport Pub at the beginning of Feltzen South Road. With Great pub classics and fresh hot fish and chips, you’ll want to let them handle the cooking for a night, but make sure to leave room for the best Ice Cream around. Get the Scoop located in Feltzen South, just a short distance from us here at Off the Beaten Trail. Look up these great places and more online for hours and specials.
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Hillside Haven

2 sites · Lodging3 acres · Vaughan, NS
---- Texte Français en dessous de l'Anglais ------- Hillside Haven is a 3.5 wooded property situated on the eastern facing side of a hill in a private property owners association development located midway between Windsor and Chester on Route 14. Your host are Nudist and LGBTQ friendly. Being about an hour drive from Halifax, It has been said that our property is in the middle of nowhere yet in the middle of everywhere in midland Nova-Scotia. It's an ideal location for exploring both Nova Scotia's South Shore and Annapolis Valley and It's the perfect location for travelers looking to unwind. There are 2 private lake accesses nearby, one featuring a sandy beach for property owners and their guests. Kayaks, canoes and paddle boards can be launched at either lake access. There are several trails , geocaches and a small waterfall, Millet falls, in the area. For higher octane adventure enthusiasts, Ontree Park offers excitement and physical challenges for people of all ages and abilities from spring to fall. Ontree provides a number of high rope courses, zip lines and other activities among the trees and is co-located with Ski Martock for both downhill and cross country ski enthusiasts located about 8 km away so about a 10 min drive. Finally if you are a golfer it's a 15 Min drive to Avon Valley Golf and Country Club or to Sherwood Golf and Country Club. We are registered with the Nova Scotia Tourist Accommodation Registry. Our Registration Number is: RYA-2023-24- 10301621535661042-233 Shopping and Supplies Lakeside Variety, our local convenience store, is 3 km away and has gas and carry basic food supplies in addition to being a NSLC agency store with a good assortment of beer, wine, local cider in addition to hard liquor to the local community. From May to Oct Zeno's Take out, co-located with lakeside variety, offers Pizza, Donair, Fish & chips and a variety of other seafood fare. The town of Windsor is 20 Km away where you will find a Sobeys in fort Edward mall on Wentworth Road and Superstore with a liquor store attached on Cole drive along with Tim Horton, Mc Donald, Subway and nearby . There is also a few restaurants and Pubs located in Windsor. The picturesque seaside community of Chester on the South Shore is located 40 Km away (30 Min Drive) from our house where you will find a Tim Horton, a few restaurants and a couple of smaller grocery stores. Local History Located in the heart of the province, Falls Lake, which borders our development and one our of private beach is located on, is the last in a chain of numerous lakes, which are the source waters for the Avon River. Falls lake is so named for the falls that once existed where the dam was built at the North end of the lake in 1926. Salmon could not jump the falls and spawned at the base. The dam increased the water depth up to twenty feet (approximately seven meters). Underneath this lake at the North end is Pugley’s Lumber Mill, built in the late 1800’s. Much lumber was cut in the Vaughan area and sluiced down Mint River and Mockingee Lake to the mill. Lumber was sluiced around the falls down Avon River to Windsor, where it was loaded onto boats for export. With the lake levels reduced by fifteen feet one can see the remnants of what was a very busy lumber camp. In the early 1900’s a forest fire started in the New Ross area and ravaged the mill and all the lands surrounding this lake extending to Martock. Spared were the trees on the South side of Mint River and others protected by bogs and favorable winds. This fire explains why there are few sizable evergreen trees on the lake. Hardwood like birch, maple, ash and oak are the first to reappear after forest fires. The softwood including the pines, spruce, fir and hemlock finally emerge years later. The bareness of hardwoods and the shape of the valley create a strong echo effect on this narrow lake. The rock type of Falls Lake area is mainly granite, creating the extensive bedrock and rock faces that are evident on the shoreline and surrounding hills. There is also rich mineralization in the New Ross/Leminster area, including West Falls. The Department of Natural Resources has an excellent map detailing minerals and their location. The most recent mining interest was 1979-1981, when uranium exploration was conducted on both sides of the Falls Lake by the Aquitaine Company of Canada. The Falls Lake area, Vaughan and Leminster are all areas of known uranium deposits. The extensive exploration on the West side resulted in a road starting at the entry now used by Falls Lake West development but continuing to the upper Levy Meadows still waters. A moratorium on uranium exploration prevented activation of mining sites in the early 1980’s. Hillside Haven (Havre à flanc de colline) est une propriété boisée de 3,5 située sur le côté est d'une colline dans un développement d'association de propriétaires privés situé à mi-chemin entre Windsor et Chester sur la route 14. Étant à environ une heure de route d'Halifax, on dit que notre propriété est au milieu de nulle part et pourtant au milieu de partout au centre de la Nouvelle-Écosse. Vos hôtes son naturiste and LGBTQ friendly. C'est un endroit idéal pour explorer la rive sud de la Nouvelle-Écosse et la vallée de l'Annapolis et c'est l'endroit idéal pour les voyageurs qui cherchent à se détendre. Il y a 2 accès privés au lac à proximité, dont un avec une plage de sable pour les propriétaires et leurs invités. Les kayaks, canoës et planches à pagaie peuvent être lancés aux deux accès au lac. Il y a plusieurs sentiers, des géocaches et une petite cascade, les chutes Millet, dans la région. Pour les amateurs d'aventure à indice d'octane élevé, Parc Ontree offres de l'excitation et des défis physiques pour les personnes de tous âges et de toutes capacités, du printemps à l'automne. Le parc Ontree propose un certain nombre de parcours d'accrobranche, de tyroliennes et d'autres activités parmi les arbres et est colocalisé avec Ski Martock pour les amateurs de ski alpin et de ski de fond situé à environ 8 km soit environ 10 min en voiture. Enfin, si vous êtes golfeur, c'est à 15 minutes en voiture. Avon Valley Golf & Country Club ou au Sherwood Golf & Country Club. Nous sommes inscrits au registre des hébergements touristiques de la Nouvelle-Écosse. Notre numéro d'enregistrement est : RYA-2023-24-10301621535661042-233.
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The Ship Wreck

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Chester Basin, NS
The Ship Wreck is a secluded getaway on Hennigar Lake 45 minutes from Halifax. It includes a converted 29’ sailboat, a large open air cookhouse including a wood fired pizza oven and propane fridge and stove and a wash house with composting toilet and gravity fed sink. An outdoor shower can wash away a day’s labours! Added amenities include kayaks, a horseshoe pitch, two fire pits and a hammock beneath the overhanging trees. Sandy walkways connect the beach to all of the different elements. Multiple spots around the property invite quiet reflection. Take your shoes off and stay a while.
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Yurt Nestled in Nature on Community

1 site · Lodging25 acres · East Hants, NS
Nestled in the trees on a large deck with the sounds of birds and squirrels all around, this unique structure spans 15 ft across with 14 triangular sides. It holds a double bed, dinning table, rocking chair, 3 burner stove, sink with water, full kitchenette and all the cooking utensils you need. The wood stove keeps the space very warm and cozy and we offer professional massage and reiki. You can walk, ski or bike for hours along a river. Or visit towering gypsum cliffs that host huge bat caves.. Our yurt is tucked away in the trees of our 20 acre wood lot. We provide lots of wood and fire starter for the wood stove but guests should have experience with wood stoves (or be really keen to learn). The stove is big enough to easily heat the whole yurt to cozy comfort but guests should expect to have to keep the stove going in order to keep the space warm and this may mean stoking it once in the night. We provide lots of extra blankets and two pairs of extra slippers for those who forget to bring their own. The solar panel creates enough power to run the lights, charge a cell phone and sometimes a computer but not much more. The space is beautiful, unique and quite dreamy but it is rustic. There is a composting toilet next to the yurt (with hand sanitizer but no sink) and outdoor showers (with hot water) near our farm house. There is a three burner propane cook stove, cooking and dining wares and a small sink for dishes. There are all the utensils that you may need to cook for yourself but there is limited counter space so cooking elaborate meals is possible but could be cumbersome. There is a cooler and we can stock it with ice packs upon request. We supply coffee and a french press,. We also offer massage and reiki to guests for $90 (60 min). Morghain Lee is a massage therapist and Reiki Master and enjoys blending these two body therapies for a holistic healing experience. There is an outdoor fire pit and star gazing chairs. We ask that you only use natural soaps in the shower, the sink, pond or river. We have some Dr Bronners if you like:) Cell reception on the land depends on the provider but most people have weak service (one or two bars). Enough to maintain a phone connection (if you are not walking around too much) but not enough to download videos. Some people have more or less. We do allow pets but we ask for an extra $15 contribution to compensate for the extra cleaning. We also ask that dogs not be on the bed and that they don't chase our chickens or kittens. There are outdoor showers available in spring, summer and fall when the pipes won't freeze. For those wanting to stay for longer periods in the winter we can discuss usage of the shower in our house.
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Natura Wilderness Resort

1 site · Lodging81 acres · Windsor, NS
Glamping tents in the Annapolis Valley! Wake up to the morning sun, singing birds and the sound of gentle breezes. Take a walk to the swing and be swept away by the gorgeous sunset. Our private tents come standard with a queen size bed, and room for up to two cots. Each tent features its own private washroom with flush toilets and hot showers. We provide the camp stove, cooler, dishes, coffee maker, etc. so you can just relax!
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Seek Wilderness Accommodations

1 site · Lodging13 acres · Truro, NS
Seek is located directly on Victoria Park, one of the largest municipal parks in Canada where you can bike, hike, chase waterfalls, and explore with the whole family. Enjoy our eco-friendly shipping container cabins, glamping yurts, and seasonal camping spots, while discovering Truro and area. We are located on 13 acres, and each cabin or yurt has a private fire pit, where you can enjoy star gazing at night and relax. Select units also have eco hot tubs.
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Rising Tide Retreat

1 site · Lodging15 acres · Selma, NS
Rising Tide is located in Nova Scotia, Near Historical Maitland on the Noel Shore. It sits on 20 acres of forested land on the bay of Fundy very near to where the famous Shubenacadie river enters the bay. We currently have 2 Glamping tent sites - Riverview & Bayview, each with its own cook shelter and solar power. And 1 Cabin - Sunset Landing. All overlooking the Minas Basin, only feet from the high tide line. Walk the pristine beach, kayak along caves and sea stacks, or fish for striped sea bass
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Canvas Tent on Stewiacke River

1 site · Lodging67 acres · Upper Stewiacke, NS
Unplug by the beautiful Stewiacke river and stay in your own canvas tent with fire pit. This glamping site is across the road from the main house and secluded by trees. Enjoy access to the river and a peaceful sleep under the starry night sky. Camping items are provided (see detailed list under kitchen amenities). Groceries, liquor store, gas station and Bev's County Diner are a 2 minute drive down the road. Burnside and Butcherhill falls are great spots to explore nearby. This site is excellent for folks who enjoy camping, but don't have camping equipment or are looking to sleep more comfortably. There is little cell service and no electricity. You can drive to the site but it is recommended that small cars that are low to the ground park in our driveway and guests walk-in. We can arrange to drive you down beforehand if that is something you would prefer.
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The Vales

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents58 acres · Pleasantville, NS
We own 58 acres of forest centered on a very old shale pit near Crescent Beach, Nova Scotia. Our long-term mission is to regenerate the landscape, returning all of the property to a forest in time. We hope to establish small camping compounds for family, friends and guests who would like to stay with us and enjoy the amazing scenery of Nova Scotia's beautiful South Shore. Located just below Huey Lake, our property is watered by a stream that flows from the lake, through a series of tiny waterfalls in a gorge, through beautiful pine, maple, and oak forest down to a meandering wetland that drains into the Petite Riviere watershed. Beavers are active in the area and have already begun the process of returning the old quarry to the wilderness. Their activities have created deep ponds where once there was a pit dug from the land for the shale that is abundant in this area. The beavers dammed and diverted the stream which has created a pond and wetland system at the lower end of the property. If you are very quiet in the early morning you may get to see Castor as he busily swims about his watery home. Located near some of the most beautiful features of Lunenburg County, our property is a 5-minute drive from Crescent Beach, Risser's Beach Provincial Park, and Petite Riviere. Opportunities to cycle, hike, swim, canoe, kayak, surf and sail are all around us.
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Looking for a camping experience that combines luxury and nature? Hipcamp offers over 90 options for glamping with pets near Halifax, Nova Scotia, starting as low as $22 per night. You can choose from popular options such as The Twisted Tent (15 reviews), Off the Beaten Trail Eco Lodging (14 reviews), or Yurt Nestled in Nature on Community (10 reviews). These sites come equipped with amenities such as cooking equipment, toilets, and campfires, and offer activities such as horseback riding, fishing, and swimming. Book now and get ready to experience the great outdoors in style!

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