Dog-friendly cabins near Kingston

Explore some of Canada’s historical sites and visit the Thousand Islands’ sandy beaches and boutique wineries.

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Cozy Cabin Site 2

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents72 acres · Kingston, ON
Experience the tranquility of a private rustic cabin and camping situated on 72 acres. It provides a peaceful environment for nature walks, relaxation by the bonfire or wood stove, and quiet moments reading a book on the porch. During winter, you can enjoy cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, making it an ideal getaway from the city. The cabin is conveniently located near a local golf course, offering additional recreational opportunities for those who enjoy the sport. To ensure comfort and convenience, there is a generator on-site for hydroelectric power. Amenities in the cabin include a BBQ grill, kettle, toaster, mini fridge, and an outdoor water tote. Escape from the busyness, of everyday life and immerse yourself in the serene surroundings of the cabin, where you can enjoy nature and relax in a rustic and secluded setting.
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Mountain camp

1 site · Lodging400 acres · Belleville, ON
Log cabin on 400 acres of private land, with hiking trails, lots of ponds and beautiful pines in the canadian shield. Great for hikes, atv, hunting in season lakes close by, lots of privacy! Private sauna, firepit, comfortable for 4 but does sleep 8 well. Cozy cabin, firewood included. 2 km off the main road! Will need 4x4, atv or backpack in.
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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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Eco Acres Farm

7 sites · Lodging250 acres · Arden, ON
Our land is about 250 acres of mixed forest and wetland near the Canadian Shield. We have trails on the property for the exclusive use of our guests and ourselves. We offer canoes in the warmer months and snowshoes in the winter. There is a lovely pond with Muskoka chairs for you to enjoy the sounds of nature. You might come across deer, porcupines, beavers, or even river otters when visiting.
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7 Smith Farm

1 site · 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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Cabin in the Woods

1 site · Lodging78 acres · Tamworth, ON
Learn more about this land:At our property outside Tamworth, up to four guests can choose between two cabins with queen bed frames (bring your own sleeping pads and bedding). We have a tree-filled property with a flowing creek where you can enjoy being in nature without going too far out of town. Beaver Lake is nearby. Pets are welcome.  An outhouse, washroom, and open-concept shower with cold water are available. There are spots to build campfires, and firewood is available for purchase for a minimal fee. Cooking equipment is also available from the hosts upon request.  Tamworth is about 10 km away and has few shops and food options; Napanee is 30 minutes south with more restaurants and stores. Lions Beaver Lake Park is just 15 minutes southwest and is a great place for swimming, fishing, and walking. Or head to Centennial Park at Varty Lake, about 25 minutes south.
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Maple Sugar Cabin

1 site · Lodging216 acres · Tweed, ON
Off grid cabin for rent Our newly renovated off grid cabin is situated on 200 acres of land. There is a queen size bed, as well as a single over double bed. It is heated with a propane fireplace, so you wake up cozy warm. There is a propane stove and BBQ for cooking. The kitchen is well stocked with dishes pots & pans, and utensils, as well as some basic supplies. (Coffee, tea, sugar, hot chocolate) The cabin is powered with solar and batteries, with generator back up, so we ask that you be mindful of how much power you use. There is no running water in the winter, but we will provide potable water for drinking, cooking, and cleaning. There is a fire pit with wood for burning. An outhouse is on site. Suitable trails for hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, when conditions allow. There is access to some lovely 4wheel trails as well. In the summer there are lakes that are close by,(15 minute drive), for swimming and fishing. When conditions allow, there is ice fishing as well. In the early spring we produced maple syrup. It gets quite busy with people helping us, but you can see how maple syrup is produced. The sugar shack is across the road from the cabin. There are no guarantees that we will be making syrup on the days of your stay….that is up to Mother Nature. There is a winery located near Tweed, and Prince Edward County is about an hours drive from the cabin.
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The Great 88 cabin getaways

1 site · Lodging88 acres · Stirling, ON
88 acres with 2 cabins available The LOVE. nature SHACK ❤️ and The BEAR Necessities CABIN Both are located on the 88 acres wooded property and natural growth providing an abundance of habitat for wildlife. The cabins are separate from each other both having their own outhouse. Cabins are hike in only access. A great place to unwind and unplug and gettaway and sip your favourite beverage, watch the stars, listen to the resident owl hoot and poke the fire 🔥 The LOVE Shack cabin is about a 8 min hike in from the parking area , build in the middle of the woods complete off grid with outhouse. The smaller cabin great for a couple. The BEAR Necessities CABIN Is off grid with outhouse on a small hill at the edge of the woods about a 16 min hike in from the parking area. Larger cabin good upto 4 people The abundance of wildlife , birds , turkeys , owls, deer, and other native Ontario wildlife. It’s very common to see deer and turkeys and hear the hoot and howl of the coyotes. The cabins are year round fully insulated with beautiful real wood stoves. Both have custom built queen size bunk beds complete with pillows , sheets, duva Both stocked with dishes, silverware, cooking pots and pans , bbq and cook stoves . Everything you need just bring your food and your favourite beverage Fire wood can be purchased on site at the cabin No running water. All water is supplied in jugs , 12 volt electric lighting.
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Looking for a pet-friendly camping experience near Kingston, Ontario? Hipcamp offers over 268 options for cabins that accommodate pets. With prices ranging from $20 to an average of $150 per night, you're sure to find the perfect spot to enjoy your outdoor adventure. Check out top-reviewed campsites like White Wolf Acres (80 reviews), Summer Joy! Cozy Canoe Cottage (32 reviews), and Dragonfly Ridge Rescue Farm (22 reviews). Popular amenities include potable water, pets, and toilets, while activities such as surfing, wildlife watching, and boating will keep you entertained during your stay.

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