Glamping near Brockville

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Field of Birds Glamping

2 sites · Lodging70 acres · Perth, ON
This 70 acre property backs onto the Tay River which is about 7 min walking distance from the campsite. The ecosystem of fields reverting to forest is home to diverse wildlife, especially birds. The big open sky is great for stargazing at night. Fall asleep with the stars and let the birds be your alarm clock...
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Glamping - Intimate Cabin & Campsites

2 sites · Lodging260 acres · Perth, ON
Learn more about this land: Beautiful 260 acres of mixed forest, open field, and biodiverse marsh all for yourself! In the wild countryside just North of the Historic Town of Perth, Ontario. Includes large fire pit, cookstoves, covered deck, 10x10 wood cabin (sleeps 2), groomed camp/tent sites for your additional guests to pitch their tents. We only rent to one person/party at a time so the whole place is yours to share with whomever you like or just with yourself! Very private. Our house is a half km from the campsites and you are kilometers from the nearest neighbours. During Summer and much of Spring and Fall, you should be able to drive up to the cabin. Unless your vehicle has especially low clearance. The road/path out to the cabin started as a well made tractor path that has held up well over the years but has some rocks and bumps. (Check with us ahead of time if driving to the site is important). Otherwise, when you arrive, you can park at our 100 year-old farmstead and then enjoy a beautiful, 10-minute walk to your site (We are happy to bring in your supplies loaded in our mini-tractor's little, red, wagon, if check-in happens while we are here). This pathway may be a bit muddy, slushy or icy but is kept cleared of fallen snow and mowed in the warmer months. You will sleep in a double sized bed on a firm wooden frame. The mattress is a 14", deep pillow-top, Sealy with a box-spring. Both mattresses are securely wrapped in full mattress covers and it is topped with a thick mattress pad for maximum coziness. Linen or fleece sheets are available and the bed has a large, warm hypoallergenic duvet, (duvet cover also available in linen or fleece), with three pillows of various firmness. The room contains two cozy chairs, one of which folds out into a lounge chair or even a bed. There is a newly constructed outhouse that is bright and easy to access. There is a hanging solar light that can be turned on as needed. During the year when the temperature stays above zero, there is a handwashing station set up behind the outhouse. Water and soap for this station is provided. There isn't running water in the cabin but we are happy to provide you as much tasty well water that you would like, for cooking/drinking/cleaning. We are ready to top up your water supply, as you need it. Propane water heater available upon request. No shower space in the winter but sponge/cloth bathing possible inside the cabin. (Cloths, towels, and body soap supplied). There is a beautiful, bright, roomy, cedar, outdoor shower available during the warmer months. Water is provided for a portable, rechargeable shower pump. Water can be heated in the sun or warmed up with some added boiled water. There are dishes, pots and pans, and other basic food-prep type equipment for your use. There is an area inside to prepare food that doesn't need cooking or to make ready food that is going to be cooked outside on our grill or propane stove. A small cooler is available to store any perishable food you may have. During the winter, the cooler can be kept at a proper temperature by moving it in and out of the deep freeze that is the Canadian outdoors. You will need to bring ice during the warmer seasons. A fully charged Lithium Ion Energizer power station is available that is trickle charged on sunny days by a solar panel. This pack is capable of powering most of the devices that you would bring on your trip such as laptops, iPads, or Bluetooth speakers. The power should last with moderate use for a couple of days but we are happy to pick it up daily to recharge if you require that. The cabin itself has solar lighting for the evenings and a bright light that you can plug into the power station, when needed. For extra guests beyond the initial 2, those guests will have to bring their own tents and beds/bedding and camp in the large clearing beside the cabin or elsewhere on the property. There is a large, 12x16 floating deck, directly outside the cabin that is covered by a large gazebo with optional walls. Seating and a cooking area is located on the covered deck.. The deck and the area near the cabin and fire pit is mowed and kept clear of snow and you will find a nice fire pit for outdoor warmth and relaxation with plenty of seating. The pit is equipped with gear for you to do open fire cooking. Fire wood is available for $5/large bundle or you may bring your own. There is a 12'x14', hard-top, walled/screened, furnished gazebo in the cleared area around the cabin close to both the cabin and the firepit that will be available until the snow becomes too difficult to clear that far. The land is a rugged mix of Canadian Shield, pocket swamps, forest and old fields slowly returning to the wild. There are some basic paths but you are also welcome to strike out on your own and enjoy the land. The area around the cabin is set up with larger groups in mind while still maintaining an intimate feel. We encourage friends and/or family to come together and camp out with two able to sleep in the cabin itself. Additional guests who may be using tents, tent-trailers, vans, etc, to join you on your stay, are able to pick close by, mowed clearings, to set up camp or they can move further into the woods and find a more secluded campsite. Firewood is available upon request at $6/bundle, ideally before arrival but more can be provided during your stay. Outdoor Theatre Option For a fee of $20, a large screen can be set up in the hard-top gazebo for use with a provided projector. A generator is required to power the projector and will be provided, fully fueled. Additional fuel can be purchased, if needed. There are also two, stereo-capable, rechargeable, Bluetooth speakers that can be used with the system. Guests can bring a laptop, gaming system or even just media on a USB stick. Note: the projector is picky about what files it will play from a USB. The best option is a laptop or similar device. HDMI cable provided.
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Perth Boho Chic Vintage Caravan

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents23 acres · Perth, ON
Welcome to our romantic off-grid retreat nestled between the picturesque towns of Perth and Westport! Tucked away in a beautiful 23-acre wooded property, our vintage caravan offers a cozy and charming escape for solos or couples seeking a romantic getaway. Surrounded by lush greenery and tranquil walking trails, our boho-chic caravan boasts plenty of south-facing light, providing a warm and inviting atmosphere. Whether you prefer basking in the sunlight or seeking shade under the canopy of trees, you'll find the perfect spot to relax and unwind. For families looking to join in on the adventure, there's ample room to pitch extra tents on our expansive property, allowing everyone to enjoy the natural beauty of the surroundings. While our retreat offers a private setting, the main house is within sight, providing a sense of security and convenience. Nearby, a multi-purpose rail trail beckons outdoor enthusiasts, offering opportunities for hiking, cycling, or exploring on ATVs. Our amenities cater to your comfort and convenience, with a portable toilet in the bathroom, a pump faucet for fresh water, and a propane stove for cooking delicious meals, a power pack your charge your phone, solar and USB lighting. A BBQ and campfire area awaits, complete with wood provided for cozy evenings under the stars. Whether you're solo needing a cost nest, a couple seeking a romantic escape or a family looking to reconnect with nature, our vintage caravan offers the ideal setting for a memorable retreat. Come and experience the beauty and tranquility of our wooded paradise between Perth and Westport! We look forward to welcoming you to our off-grid oasis and creating unforgettable memories together. The Portapotty is needs to be emptied at the house at checkout or a an extra of $50 cash to be paid before leaving
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Tiny Teal Cabin

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Kingston, ON
Enjoy the best of both country and city. The property boasts amazing views of the Rideau Canal and glorious sunsets. Enjoy the outdoor fire pit, private Hot Tub and explore 10 acres of wooded, Canadian Shield bliss. Tiny home/guest cabin nestled in the trees but still conveniently located near parking and the main Road to town. Quick 15 minute drive to tourist attractions & historical downtown Kingston. Also near multiple lakes, hiking trails and other outdoor pursuits. Inside our Tiny Cabin is a main floor with living area, fold away dining table, full bathroom with toilet, sink and shower. The kitchenette has a sink, bar fridge with small freezer, stove top convection over/toaster, drip coffee maker, single burner element and microwave. It is fully stocked with cookware, utensils, dishes, coffee grounds, some spices and cooking oil. There is also an outdoor BBQ. The upstairs loft has Queen size bed, smart TV and clothing storage. All linens (sheets, towels etc. are included). The cabin is heated and we provide fans in the Summer months. We love animals but unfortunately our tiny cabin is not suitable for pets. Our cabin is strictly non smoking. We are passionate about tiny home living and leaving the smallest environmental footprint possible. The Tiny Teal Cabin was thoughtfully built to utilize minimal space and be energy efficient, all the while providing a serene sanctuary and escape amongst the trees. We encourage our guests to discover what it would be like to live with 'less' while discovering more in their surroundings.
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Donkey Camp Delight

5 sites · Lodging, RVs20 acres · ON
Share life of a donkey farm and enjoy our delicious breakfast made with farm products. 100% off grid farm located on Lyndhurst lake in the Thousand Islands Area, Ontario. Kayakers paradise. Bring your campervan and relax in our peaceful lakeshore sites. No service. Potty Toilet provided from May to October. Park beaches at 5 min, village with stores and facilities, trails, Charleston lake Park at 5 min, donkey hiking, farm visits. Fresh products from the farm. Off-grid experience at the farm! Visit www.berry-h-farm.com for more info.
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7 Smith Farm

2 sites · Lodging212 acres · Central Frontenac, ON
Settled in 1885 this property was a cattle farm for much of its history. Now owned by a mother and son we are restoring a century old barn, growing our own food, and milling our own lumber.
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Glamorous Camping in the Woods

2 sites · Lodging20 acres · Verona, ON
Sitting on 20 acres with purifying plants & comforting earth tones, Hilltop Glamorous Camping is home to guests from all over the world! A perfect space to unplug from technology and plug into nature to reboot the mind, body, and soul with family and friends. We have all the amenities you need! Private toilet and hot shower, clean drinking water, an outdoor kitchen with all cooking supplies, picnic table, and a barbecue. This space is especially great for first-time glampers, folks who only want to pack their clothes and food and nothing else, or even introducing a family member or friend to camping for the first time. Campfires are permitted and pets are welcome! There's so much to do in the South Frontenac Region! Enjoy the great outdoors, hiking, bird watching or visit the many lakes that are a stone's throw away for fishing, swimming, or boating. Go ATVing on the many trails in and around South Frontenac.
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Happy Hooves Homestead

2 sites · Lodging106 acres · Perth, ON
Our beautiful 106 acre property offers hiking trails, ponds and tranquility. You can enjoy the quiet and natural beauty of our land in its natural state. If you are lucky, you may even spot some wildlife! Additionally, as an active hobby farm, we have cattle, donkeys and goats. When we are available, you are welcome to visit with them, but we ask that you not go unaccompanied or feed them unless we have approved it in advance. We are located just 10 mins from historic Perth, 5 mins from the K and P trail, and surrounded by a multitude of lakes. We hope you enjoy our little piece of paradise, and will leave it as good as or better than you found it so that others may enjoy it in the future. Quiet hours are from 11pm-7am. Check-in at 1pm Check-out at 12pm
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Old-Growth Maple Forest

3 sites · Lodging, Tents50 acres · Elgin, ON
Nestled at the edge of a UNESCO world heritage site, and a 5-minute dive from Big Rideau Lake -- part of the Rideau Canal System, Stonegate Farm is a remarkable 1830's property; virtually unchanged since it was carved out of the local wilderness some 190 years ago. The historic stone farmhouse, outbuildings and majestic post-and-beam bank barn, originally built to support a 200-acre dairy farm, now sits on 50-acres that features waving pastoral fields, tranquil maple forest, and serene wetland. Our camping sites are located at the edge of a beautiful old-growth maple forest, with two sites on a stunning and peaceful ridge, overlooking a unique wetland where migratory and song-birds flourish and waterfowl and wetlands animals congregate. It is an amazing window into the way this incredible unique ecosystem looked hundreds of years ago. Private secluded sites to reconnect with nature and /or the perfect base from which to discover the many unique regional attractions and experience the great outdoors. The natural beauty of South Eastern Ontario is at our doorstep. Bring your own tent or rent a tent and equipment at the time of booking. We look forward to hosting you!
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Brass Point Farm Bunkie

1 site · Lodging74 acres · ON
Totally off-grid, (no electricity or running water), this Bunkie is nestled deep inside a juglans forest (black walnut), within 74 acres of a certified organic fruit and nut farm located on the historic Rideau Canal. Enjoy the peace and quiet as you explore the trails found throughout the farm. Birds and wildlife abound on the property and often provide great photo opportunities. If you want tours of the farm orchards, they can be arranged with owner, Dorothy! There are beautiful views of the Brass Point Swinging Bridge on the canal and a tranquil private bay with herons, swans, ducks and geese where you can sit and rest. This site is located within a short drive to many of eastern Ontario’s tourist destinations. Hike Rock Dundar or Frontenac Provincial Park and experience their magnificent vistas. Visit the Opinicon Resort at Chaffey’s Lock for an ice cream. See the Thousand Islands on a Gananoque boat cruise, experience a sunset ceremony at Old Fort Henry, hop on the Kingston Trolley and tour the many historic sites in the Limestone City. There is so much to see and do. We invite you to enjoy nature’s beauty relaxing in a hammock, roasting marshmallows over a crackling campfire or just chilling as you escape the hustle and bustle of daily life. As mentioned already, this is an Off-grid site with no power. Potable water and basic necessities are provided. Pets are welcome but please clean up after your fur baby. Please be sure to sign the Guest book, leave a story or two and let us know a little bit about you! We love nature and the great outdoors – our farm is “tending nature’s gifts”. We hope you have a great experience and learn something too!
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Arthur L.’s Land

2 sites · Lodging100 acres · Ottawa, ON
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Flowers + Fleece Boutique Farm Stay

2 sites · Lodging37 acres · Edwardsburgh/Cardinal, ON
Welcome to Flowers + Fleece Farm! Visitors are invited to un-plug and enjoy all that our 37-acre farm has to offer. Meet and hand feed our alpaca and ducks. Our farm dogs are always ready for a belly rub, too! Watch the sunrise over our sunflower fields, wander our wildflower meadows, and sit by the fire as the sunsets over our wetland that is home to swans, blue heron, egrets, purple and yellow finches, red winged blackbirds, and many others. (We've even provided binoculars to help you spot them). With virtually no light pollution, this site is perfect for stargazing! Nestled in the heart of the 1000 Islands Region, the property is conveniently located off of the 401, 10 minutes from the 416, and the international border allowing visitors to easily access a variety of amenities off the property. You will be minutes from St. Lawrence River dive sites, paddling, beaches, hiking, ATV trails, golfing, restaurants, wineries, breweries, a distillery, live music and theatre, and so much more! A helpful guide is provided in your welcome package upon arrival. Guests will enjoy the comfort of a queen size mattress and fresh linens housed in a 16' canvas bell tent. You will have access to a bbq/cooking area (complete with dishes), privy, and fire pit (firewood included with your stay). Garbage is collected nightly from your site to discourage any unwanted visitors, and we request you keep all additional food locked up outside of your tent in the area provided. Fresh water for washing-up is also provided daily. *Visitors may add the rental of an additional, smaller, bell tent that boasts 2 twin beds with Egyptian cotton sheets for guest comfort. Simply select the appropriate "Add On" at time of booking. To learn more about our farm, visit us online: www.flowersandfleece.com
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Welcome to Hipcamp! If you're looking for a unique camping experience near Brockville, Ontario, with a preference for glamping, we've got you covered. With over 360 available options specifically for glamping in the area, you're sure to find the perfect accommodation that suits your style. Whether you're looking for a cosy cabin, a stylish yurt, or a luxurious safari tent, we have it all. And with an average price per night of $130 and options as low as $20, there's something for every budget. Check out our top campsites, such as White Wolf Acres (80 reviews), Adirondack Adventure Base (50 reviews), and Black Maple Farm (43 reviews), to see what fellow campers have to say. Plus, enjoy popular amenities like showers, potable water, and rubbish facilities, and indulge in activities like climbing, off-roading (OHV), and fishing. Experience the great outdoors in style with Hipcamp!

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