Cabins near Hamilton with hiking

Canada’s ultimate blue-collar city, “The Hammer” has hundreds of waterfalls and more green space than you can imagine.

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Hunter's Heavenly Haven

5 sites · Lodging, Tents11 acres · Dunnville, ON
This unique 11-acre country property is the perfect place to relax and enjoy nature at its best! Enjoy a Glamping experience in one of our cabins or camp amongst the evergreens. Sit by your own private campfire next to the beautiful pond and listen to the frogs croaking (bring earplugs), the birds chirping, and the trickling of the waterfall! Use the paddle boat in the pond or walk the property and trails to capture all of nature's wonders! Choose from 5 unique stays! The Tiny Cabin Retreat -has a Queen size bed, 2 chairs, fan, hydro, screen room and a fire pit The Quaint Cabin -has 1 Queen bed, a kitchenette, bbq, TV with Dvds, a screen room and a fire pit. The Gazebo- is on a tiny island with a Queen bed, seating inside, a fan, a light and a fire pit. The Little Blue Cabin- is a recent addition for 2024. This cabin features a queen size bed, kitchenette, with table, fridge, dishwashing station, firepit, and is closer to the washrooms. Hunter's Heavenly Haven camp - Nestled amongst the Pines is the Perfect spot for tent or car camping! The Town of Dunnville has great restaurants, shops, the Grand River and is a 15 min. drive to Lake Erie! We look forward to hosting you!
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Tiny House in the Big Woods

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Guelph/Eramosa, ON
Learn more about this land: Follow the dancing squirrels and singing birds to find this Tiny House in the Big Woods... a land where crickets sing as the sun goes down and chipmunks dance in the light of the moon. Where the summer night wind whispers gently through the trees and the stars glisten in the scented night skies. Next to the Tiny house is a meadow brimming with life; sweet apple blossoms, wild flowers, and honey bees to delight the senses. Quietly nestled near a spring fed pond brimming with fish, turtles, and frogs; this Tiny House is a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. With close proximity to Toronto, this is off-grid unplugged-relaxation at it's finest. The space is functional, very rustic, and a bit of a work in progress. There is a wood stove to keep the space somewhat warm in the cooler months, a 2 burner propane cook top stove and kitchen essentials. There's a BBQ and grill over the Fire Pit for your cooking needs. It is a 5-7 minute walk from the parking spot to get to the cabin. ABOUT THE SPACE: - camping essentials are provided - BBQ with propane - 5 gallons of drinking water will be provided - no running water/showers - your own private fire pit with grill - firewood is available - urine-diverting composting toilet - Coyotes live around here - Our family lives on the property, so there may be sounds of children playing   Nearby attractions include hiking and swimming at Rockwood Conservation area, Bellwood Lake, hiking along the Bruce Trail in Limehouse, mountain biking at Kelso Conservation area just 20 min drive away. Lovely walks and strolls at Scotsdale Farm.  Visit the quaint hamlet of Eden Mills. The possibilities are endless.
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The Pinecone

1 site · Lodging40 acres · Simcoe, ON
Come to the Pinecone to completely relax and disconnect (seriously you will because there is no cell service!). 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 bunkie started as a well-made tractor path that has held up well over the years but has some rocks and bumps. Once through the gate it’s only a 1-minute drive to where you will park. This road may be a bit muddy! If you are looking for a Winter Bunkie getaway, we would be happy to host you; please note the following: - If there has been a lot of snow the private road from the street to the Bunkie is not plowed. Depending on the type of vehicle you are driving, you may have to park at the gate entrance and walk in (4-5min walk) to get to the Bunkie. - There is a mini wood fireplace in the Bunkie for sleeping but depending on the temperature outside and/or the wind it still may be a little chilly. - There is lots of free wood available for an outside fire but we are sometimes low on small pieces to start fire or use for the mini fireplace. You can bring in your own extra kindling or bring own saw/axe to chop. - Bring your own extra blankets. DETAILS: Sleeping loft accessible by ladder comfortably sleeps 2. You'll have an outdoor fire pit, picnic table and 2 grills (we have lots of wood but you can bring your own charcoal for cooking). Enjoy watching the starts at night by the fire and visits from the abundant wildlife. There is 1 queen size bed in the loft for sleeping which is accessible by ladder. You will melt into the pillow-top mattress, luscious linens and don’t want to wake up heavenly pillows. There is porta potty outhouse that is cleaned, bright and easy to access. There are hanging solar lights that can be turned on as needed. There isn't running water in the bunkie but we are happy to provide you with as much well water that you would like, for cooking/cleaning. Do not drink from well unless you bring your own filtration system. No shower space but sponge/cloth bathing possible. There is a small table for 2 inside the bunkie or you can prep food and eat outside on the picnic table. A small fridge cooler is available to store any perishable food you may have. Bring your own ice. The bunkie has solar lighting for the evenings. If you don’t want to find your own firewood in the forest you can pick it up from locals on your way in for $5/bundle (see stands at the end of driveways). It is a big chunk of land but you can't really get 'lost' on it for any significant period of time. We are bounded by roads so eventually you will find your way. But, if you aren't experienced in the woods you may want to keep your wandering short, to start, as you get familiar with the land. Dog friendly!! We provide: • Bed linens and pillows • Basin for sponge/cloth baths • Toilet Paper • Small fridge to be used as cooler • Charcoal BBQ • BBQ Utensils • First Aid kit What to bring: • Drinking water • Coal (for grilling) • Food + anything required to prepare/eat your meals • Ice • Bug spray, sunscreen, etc • Garbage bags
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T's Pond

2 sites · Lodging29 acres · Port Colborne, ON
Like most folks who’ve been bitten by the water ski bug, I dreamed of having my own lake and when I met my life partner Harald, an elite slalom skier, my search began in earnest. By a combination of good timing and good luck, I was able to make that dream come true and in the spring of 2014 I acquired this land with the hopes of building my dream water ski lake on it. 7 years later, we have a thriving water ski club and are constantly making improvements to the site. We now have decided to add some sites for rent to share this incredible property with others outside the water ski community. Site #1 is a small cabin that sleeps 3 and site #2 is a small houseboat that has been converted to a bunkie. Onsite activities include use of a canoe and paddleboard. Use of a kid's swingset and olympic trampoline. Swimming and fishing. Pets are welcome, campfires are permitted.
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Cabin close to Lake Erie and trails

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Port Colborne, ON
Come stay next to the beach! A second cabin is available for additional family members at an additional cost This beautiful rustic cabin sits on a treed lot with privacy. The cabin includes a double Murphy bed. A Cot is available for a third person. The cabin also has as a small sitting area, fridge, Keurig coffee machine, and fire pit. Fire wood is available for $ 5.00 a bundle. The washroom facilities include a shower and composting toilet within steps of the cabin. There is a beach and a public park a couple minute walk from the cabin. The Greater Niagara Circle Route Trail System is over 140 km in length it is a 5-minute bike ride from the cabin. We offer the use of 2 bikes, and kayaks when available and weather permitted. Grocery stores, restaurants, and small shops, are all centrally located within ten minutes from cabin. While you are in town you can watch ships sail the canal. Within 15 minute is Ridgeway and Crystal Beach which offers concerts, beaches and activities. We are centrally located, approximately 25 minutes from Niagara Falls attractions like casino, museums, zip lining, jet boat tours, hiking in the gorge and other major attractions. Horseback riding 17 minutes from the cabin ( Wainfleet). We look forward to hosting you!
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The Hedgehog

1 site · Lodging40 acres · Aylmer, ON
The perfect secluded countryside getaway for solos, couple or friends. Everything you'll need and nothing you don't including mattress, fireplace, beautiful view, TV, outhouse and the great outdoors. Get in touch with nature and wildlife as you wander through trails and 40 acre forested area. Sleeping loft accessible by ladder comfortably sleeps 2 (double bed futton pillow). Enjoy watching the starts at night by the fire and visits from the abundant wildlife. Dog friendly! The space Come to the Hedgehog to completely relax and disconnect (seriously you will because there is no cell service!). You can drive up to the Bunkie all year round unless your vehicle has especially low clearance. The road/path out to the bunkie started as a well-made tractor path that has held up well over the years but has some rocks and bumps. Once through the gate it’s only a 1-minute drive to where you will park. This road may be a bit muddy! If you are looking for a Winter Bunkie getaway, we would be happy to host you; please note the following: - If there has been a lot of snow the private road from the street to the Bunkie is not plowed. Depending on the type of vehicle you are driving, you may have to park at the gate entrance and walk in (4-5min walk) to get to the Bunkie. - There is a wood fireplace in the Bunkie for sleeping, it will keep you very toasty. - There is lots of free wood available for an outside fire. We have a small grill available for cooking, bring your own coal. - Bring your own extra blankets and sleeping bags. - NOTE: There are 2 other bunkies in the area and camping spots in the summer; you will have lots of privacy but be aware you may not be alone across the full 40 acres! DETAILS: Sleeping loft accessible by ladder comfortably sleeps 2. We provide a futton pillow/mattress, pillows and some blankets but you can bring your own sleeping bags. You'll have an outdoor fire pit, grill (we have lots of wood but you can bring your own charcoal for cooking). Enjoy watching the starts at night by the fire and visits from the abundant wildlife. There is porta potty outhouse that is cleaned, bright and easy to access. There are hanging solar lights that can be turned on as needed. By the spring/summer we will have an outdoor shower facilities and another washroom! In the spring there will also be well water in the bunkie for cooking/cleaning. Do not drink from tap unless you bring your own filtration system. The bunkie has solar lighting for the evenings. If you don’t want to find your own firewood in the forest you can pick it up from locals on your way in for $5/bundle (see stands at the end of driveways). It is a big chunk of land but you can't really get 'lost' on it for any significant period of time. We are bounded by roads so eventually you will find your way. But, if you aren't experienced in the woods you may want to keep your wandering short, to start, as you get familiar with the land. Dog friendly!! We provide: • Bed mattress, pillows and blankets • TV (plug in your phone to watch downloads) • Keurig Coffee Maker • Toilet Paper • BBQ Grill • BBQ Utensils • First Aid kit What to bring: • Drinking water • Keurig Coffee Pods • Coal (for grilling) • Extra blankets • Dishes, cups, utensils • Food + anything required to prepare/eat your meals • Ice • Bug spray, sunscreen, etc • Garbage bags Guest access • You will have access to the entire bunkie and fire pit location with the surrounding outdoor space and parking. You are free to enjoy the trails but ask that you refrain from entering the farm fields or barns nearby. • There is approximately 40 acres of forest. There are a couple other bunkies around but they are spread apart and you will have total have privacy! • 15 minutes from Port Dover or Simcoe – it’s the perfect retreat for a quick getaway. Other things to note: THERE IS NO DRINKING WATER THERE IS NO WIFI ACCESS VERY LIMITED/NO CELL SERVICE THERE IS A PORTA POTTY OUTHOUSE THERE IS A GENERATOR AVAILABLE FOR USE IMPORTANT: We are committed to protecting our properties and keeping up-to-date with short-term rental regulations, which is why you will be asked to complete our independent verification. Please note: Before your booking begins, you will need to verify your details with us to complete your booking. You will be contacted via email and/or text to complete the verification. You will also be given the choice between paying a refundable deposit or buying a non-refundable damage waiver. We suggest you buy the damage waiver as this protects you in case you cause accidental damage during a booking.
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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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Bunkie in the Forest

1 site · Lodging13 acres · Caledon, ON
Welcome to Bunkie in the Forest. We are the perfect place if you want to relax, recharge, have some fun while exploring our property in the forest, hiking nearby trails or enjoying the beauty of nature. Our bunkie is comfortable and cozy, it is everything you want for a perfect weekend getaway! The space Our Bunkie is a comfortable and cozy space that offers you all the amenities to relax and recharge. When you walk in, you will be welcomed with a sofa that can become a sofa bed. You will also have a desk and chair for your use. In the loft you will find the Queen sized bed, with plush comforter and pillows.
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Forest Cabin

1 site · Lodging50 acres · Erin, ON
Welcome to your private cabin with forest trails and stars at night! Privacy and wildlife only an hour from Toronto and less than 45 minutes from Brampton, Orangeville, Guelph, Cambridge, Milton, and Kitchener-Waterloo. The cabin has a queen-size bed and cozy living room. Open-air kitchenette on the covered porch with propane camp stove and basic kitchen supplies. Forest courtyard with fire pit, cooking grill and picnic table. 20-second walk to a VERY clean and private outhouse. Cabin is solar powered. Electricity for lights and phone charging. Firewood and water for drinking and washing all included. The forest cabin has walls made of straw bales covered with plaster. It feels like you're inside an adobe building in southwest USA. Deep window sills with curved corners. Built in 2002, it's one the first straw bale buildings in Ontario. It's as gorgeous today as the day it was built! Our 50-acre slice of heaven has it a bit of everything for your private retreat. Trails, forests, fields, meadows, rolling hills, and panoramic views. We live at the front of the farm property, pretty far from the cabin. So you have privacy, but we're available by text or phone if you need us. Want some quiet time? Looking for a slow down space? Kick back in the cabin or take stroll on the quiet forest trails. Interested in local food? Explore our organic vegetable fields, check out the greenhouses, or hang out with our happy chickens and sheep. Ready for a unique dinner experience? Rent the pizza oven in the courtyard of our little community centre, just a two-minute stroll from your hidden cabin. Looking for local fun and adventure? GoodLot Brewery, Heartwood Cidery, and other local attractions are just a short drive away. We are looking forward to your visit!
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ICAN-T.E.R. Farm

3 sites · Lodging, Tents87 acres · Ridgeway, ON
Welcome to ICAN-T.E.R.! Enjoy our beautiful farm property situated on 87 acres of grassland, wetland, forest, farmland and trails. Explore the property and trail systems, learn about the many plant and animal species ICAN-T.E.R. is home to, visit the chickens and collect farm fresh, organic eggs, enjoy non-GMO, organically grown produce from our gardens*, participate in a farm stay experience**. Should you wish to venture off the farm, we are just a short drive from Crystal Beach, “The South Coast of Canada” and quaint downtown Ridgeway which is home to many shops, boutiques, spas, art galleries and eateries. ICAN-T.E.R. is a non-profit organization providing inclusive, agriculturally based therapeutic and wellness programming in the Niagara Region. Specializing in Therapy and Rehabilitation, Education and Training, Recreation and Leisure, ICAN-T.E.R. Farm provides the perfect setting for alternative education and unique individualized and group programming for those facing a variety of barriers, disabilities and limitations. ICAN-T.E.R. is dedicated to providing a healthy environment for personal growth and development. *seasonal **must be prebooked
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Camping near Hamilton, Ontario has never been easier for those seeking a cabin and hiking experience. With over 219 available options that match this accommodation and activity preference, Hipcamp has got you covered. You can find options as low as $25 per night, with an average price of $99. Among the top-rated campsites in the area are Cedar Creek Forest Camping (126 reviews), Pine the Sky (101 reviews), and MLWSTABLES DOUBLE RAINBOW FARM (99 reviews). Popular amenities include campfires, pets, and potable water, while popular activities include hiking, wildlife watching, and biking.

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