Cabins near Collingwood

Reconnect with diverse landscapes, from sandy shores to rugged mountains, around Collingwood.

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Pine the Sky

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents8 acres · Southgate, ON
This beautiful spot was re-forested with pine a number of years ago, and was sectioned off from the surrounding farmland, which is now maintained by the mennonite community. It is 8 1/2 acres of wetland and forest, with a mown perimeter, and cool places to tuck into the forest for the night. The current owner was a special educator, and now is slowly turning the land into her homestead. There is a beautiful, spa quality outdoor shower next to a tidy and 'fancier than most' outhouse, a strawberry patch as well as wild alpine strawberries all over the property, a big dog and a small indoor cat keep her company. Here is what the land offers: -Bunkie in the Forest: A sweet 8x8 ft. space with new bunk and mattresses as of April 2023 -Strawberry Fields bunkie: an 10x12 space with a loft with a queen memory foam mattress and a main floor with a full futon and a small table -Campsites: Meadow, Forest and River spots. Close to each other, but you'd never know it! All three are chill and serene places. The property backs onto a ten-foot swimming hole in an otherwise shallow part of the Saugeen River. -RV Spot: With electric hook up ideal for RVs 30 feet and under -a connection to the organization, 'Black Folks Camp Too'! Welcoming to all!!!!! So much to see and do in the area!
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Laurenwood Farm

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Loretto, ON
Welcome to Laurenwood Farm! New for 2024: Due to health reasons the farm is fallow this season. It is still a quiet, peaceful escape to the country and you can enjoy all of the amenities but there will be no veggie boxes this season and there are fewer animals to visit. We do have some items available such as honey and syrup. The farm is a 100-acre working livestock and organic mixed produce farm with picturesque views, miles of wooded trails, and a beautiful little fish pond. Fresh organic veggies and farm-fresh eggs are available seasonally. Guests are welcome to wander the trails, check out the pond and gardens, and have a guided tour to experience meeting the animals. Nearby are several conservation areas and access to the Bruce Trail. Walking, biking or horseback riding is very pleasant on the quiet country roads around. There are many local fairs and festivals in the surrounding villages, such as the Beeton Honey Festival and Tottenham Bluegrass Festival. We have three different listings, a cottage, a barn loft, and a tent/RV site. We look forward to hosting you!
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Heavens Acres

2 sites · Lodging100 acres · Dornoch, ON
Heavens Acres has been a stop over since the 1850's for people travelling by horse from Toronto to Owen Sound. We have 100 acres surrounded by another 200 acres of conservation land. There is camping in the pine forest as well at the very back of the property where you will find a hardwood bush with trails. Please note that the hipcamp map shows a large body of water on the property, as does google driving maps. It is a marsh, not a lake. Google Earth shows it better. There is however, a creek and pond, but don't bring your boat. :) This is a "LEAVE NO TRACE" campsite, so please take all garbage when you leave.
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Three Ponds Homestead

6 sites · Lodging, Tents25 acres · Severn, ON
Nestled on the outskirts of Orillia, our serene 25-acre property and horse farm is minutes from Bass Lake and 15 minutes from local marinas. Our hidden gem homestead is the perfect place to disconnect. Trails to walk/hike, fields and forests to play in and the option for overnight pasture or stall horse board for our equine friends. You'll love the tranquility here. Follow us on IG at "Three.Ponds" for more pics, videos and info, including our Three Ponds Retreat dates!
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Harmony Resorts - Grand Valley

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Orangeville, ON
Situated alongside the Grand River and surrounded by 100’s of acres of farmland, our serene woodlands provide the perfect place to unwind. Mature cedar and maple trees envelope each of our sites, with views and access to the river.The Grand river is an excellent fishing spot known for its bass, walleye, perch, trout, pike, carp and catfish. On a hot summer day, bring an inflatable water toy and float along its shallow waters. For those who prefer to swim in a pool, we have a lovely one located in the center of the park to enjoy.Hikers can explore the nearby Grand Valley Trail or explore the Upper Grand Trailway, an abandoned CPR Line which was lovingly resurfaced to provide access to the countryside. Right down the street is the Luther Marsh Conservation Area which is one of the best bird-watching spots in Ontario. It is also home to over 50 species of mammals, amphibians and reptiles.Join us to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the quiet beauty of the countryside.
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Riverside Resort

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · West Grey, ON
We are a small but unique property with 6 campsites and a bunkie on the Styx River. Approximately 2 acres nestled amongst beautiful tall cedar trees We have a restaurant and store on the property. Central's washrooms available with showers. We have a playground and outdoor games onsite. Birding, river aquatic life observing, hiking, ATV and snowmobile trails nearby. Our goals are to provide a place to rest, restore, and replenish for our guests. Two night minimum, three nights on a long weekends.
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Noel's Nest

6 sites · Lodging, Tents3 acres · Port Mc Nicoll, ON
Noel’s Nest is located in the heart of Port McNicoll, in the Township of Tay and nestled within the Georgian Bay area. Noel’s Nest is situated within walking distance of Tay Shore Trail, several Marinas, and the Tay Community Rink. Tay Township boasts many environmental, waterfront and natural settings in its community. Minutes from Georgian Bay and surrounding towns with annual events and numerous activities including but not limited to restaurants culture theater, shops, bike/walking trails, ski hills, snowmobile trails and so much more. The grounds and gardens are stunning. It boasts various outdoor decks, tents, sitting lounges, firepits, BBQs, gazeboes, and outdoor cooking areas. The space is perfect for hosting Weddings, Meetings, Meditation/Yoga Retreats, Ceremonies, Snowmobiling, Hiking, and Children’s parties.
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Camp Willowbrook

6 sites · Lodging95 acres · Amaranth, ON
We purchased this farm in 1998 from the previous farmer who had owned it since 1929. The train line ran right by the gate where the Kota hut now sits and would drop cattle right there to be finished and sold later at the Toronto Stockyards. Our barn was built in 1890 with the old farmhouse located across the creek. Two creeks meet the Grand River on our farm. The bunkie is situated north of the barn and faces Willow creek. During the summer the creek gets quite shallow but there are a couple of pools that work nicely for a float with our river tubes. The river also has a small swimming hole. The bunkie is nestled between 2 hills which creates a natural little valley. Campers can take a walk around the property or use the nearby long walking trail. New this spring, campers will be able to enjoy the firewood sauna, located close to the bunkie and nestled in a private spot near the creek.
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Beaver Valley Base Camp

6 sites · Lodging, Tents64 acres · Collingwood, ON
This 64 acre property in the beaver valley has a rolling terrain that leads you through several different forests, with tones of spectacular views along the way The creek side trail, immediately takes you to another world. The fast flowing water trickling down through hundreds of mini waterfalls creates the perfect natural spa sound/environment. At night the darkness in the valley allows for a beautiful night skies. Spring and summer bring fire flies and all year round you get unbelievable big sky starry nights
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R&R Back Road Country Retreat

4 sites · Lodging120 acres · West Grey, ON
A river runs through this 120 acre wooded property with abundant wildlife featuring two very large spring fed ponds. Plenty of fishing, swimming, hiking and biking trails. Amazing property to get away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. Awesome sunrises and sunsets. Listen to the frogs and the crickets while watching the fireflies dance around. We provide bedding, towels, soap, shampoo, pots, pans, kettle, cutlery, tabletop barbecue, a cooking grill, utensils, mugs, cups, drinking water and more. There is an outdoor shower available at each site. We provide enough wood for the first campfire. After that, it's $7 a bundle. All you need to bring is your food, drinks, cooler and maybe a flashlight. The camp fire will be ready and waiting for you to enjoy under a sky full of stars. Included in your stay is access to the barn games room which features ping pong, air hockey, darts, music and more. Our property is conveniently located to easily access all the amazing activities and sights this area has to offer. Allan Park Conservation Area, Hanover Drive-in, MacLean's Ales Brewery, OLG Slots and Hanover Raceway, Inglis Falls and Walters Falls just to mention a few.
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Tolkien Fantasies At Grey Havens

5 sites · Lodging1 acre · Markdale, ON
Grey Havens is a lakefront property with lots of water recreation possibilities: swimming, kayaking, canoeing, fishing. Free boat launch. Lots of County Forest and Bruce Trailhead hiking opportunities close by. We are on a small lake, the source of the Styx River, that promises quietly inspired surroundings. Writers and readers will also especially appreciate our Little Free Library and small Libraries inside each accommodation. We have quiet, segregated spaces inside or outside for writing or reading. But we are not just about books. We have: +Patio/deck (20'x25') with fire circle and lots of locally sourced wood +Dock and canoe/kayak launch +Motorized swim raft (Swizzle Styx) available +Wireless access +Motorcycle parking pads for touring riders (and fully equipped shop) We don't provide: +Enclosed cooking spaces or meal-making/eating utensils All seasons accommodation: +Double-occupancy lodging suite (in our Timberframe home) with Private bathroom/shower and 12'x12' raised deck Seasonal, June to October: +Double occupancy Log Cabin (16'x12') with covered porch and side patio +Double occupancy floating Pontoon Bunkie (9'x16') with side dock patio Emergency Overnighters: +RV site with electrics and non-potable water hookup +Walk-in Tent site with non-potable water available While Grey Havens was the final chapter in Tolkien's trilogy, we continue creating a paradise here.
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Pinehaven Camping And Cabin

3 sites · Lodging50 acres · Chesley, ON
Unplug and unwind in the heart of Grey Bruce. Your relaxing getaway includes a rustic cabin boasting a king sized bed. Nested within an enchanted pine forest. Enjoy a covered outdoor kitchen space and very large open fire pit. One load of firewood is provided, and you may purchase more from the host family. Leashed pets only please. There are many trails and beaches within daytrip distance. 10 minutes from the town Chesley and 15 minutes to Hanover where you will find gas, groceries, and other amenities.
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Cabins near Collingwood guide

Overview

Camping options by the Great Lakes span from quiet respites to adrenaline-filled adventures. Set on the shores of Lake Huron, the area surrounding Collingwood boasts an incredible diversity of natural landscapes—parts of the coastline are more rugged, while other shorelines melt into summer-ready beaches. Explore bounds of rolling hills, dense windspent forests, and biodiverse wetlands with ample wildlife viewing opportunities on your camper trip, during which you can also enjoy the challenge of mountain biking Highlands Nordic, don a wetsuit for scuba diving in Georgian Bay, or learn about local fauna with a guided birdwatching tour. From RV sites with full hookups and fully modern glamping cabins to backcountry tent camping escapes, Hipcampers have plenty of options.

Where to go

Georgian Bay

On the northeastern arm of Lake Huron, Georgian Bay spans 15,000 square kilometres, making it the largest freshwater archipelago in the world. Also known as the 30,000 Islands, Georgian Bay features picturesque blue waters ideal for swimming, fishing, sailing, paddling, and even scuba diving. Look to the air for bald eagles, prairie warblers, monarch butterflies, and mouse-eared bats. Book an oTENTik (a raised canvas tent crossed with an A-frame cabin) at Georgian Bay Islands National Park—these permanent structures are great for families with two queen-sized and one double-sized bed each.

Highlands Nordic

Dubbed Ontario’s premier cross country ski centre, Highlands Nordic is a full winter destination for snowshoeing and skate skiing, too. Campers can warm up by the fireplace in the chalet after a day out on the groomed trails, but thanks to its setting on the Niagara Escarpment, Highlands Nordic isn’t just for snow seekers. The rest of the year, mountain bikers find thrills across challenging terrain (rent bikes on-site or bring your own), as well as 25 kilometres of hiking trails for all ability levels across 800 acres of meadows, hills, and forest. For a more leisurely activity, try disc golf. Nearby cozy cabins and modern lakeside cottages provide creature comforts, while RV parks and tent camping sites sit near Lake Huron.

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park

The busiest provincial park in Ontario, Wasaga Beach welcomes over 1.5 million visitors every year and features 50 kilometres of hiking trails that pass through forest, sand dunes, and wetlands. Guided birdwatching tours, nature walks, and children’s programs give depth to the area’s natural story, too. Summer is especially popular for sunbathers, swimmers, and beach volleyball players, where the beach often reaches capacity by mid-morning on weekends. Visitors must buy a daily vehicle permit or Ontario parks seasonal pass, but once you’re here, stay at one of the park’s 300 campsites in wooded areas with easy beach and park access ranging from primitive tent campsites to trailers, RV parks, yurts, and cabins.

When to go

Warm and sunny summer months are especially popular for basking in the sunshine on the shores of Lake Huron. This also brings the crowds, especially to Wasaga Beach on the weekends. Hipcampers are encouraged to plan accordingly or look for more remote campsites. Typically, camping season runs from late May to early October. For a cooler, quieter trip, plan for an early fall visit instead.

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