Enjoy the comforts of home—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
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Stay in our fully-functioning guest camper on our idyllic woodland property, with access to the Roseau River, hiking trails, a herd of friendly horses, and close access to heritage and historical sites such as the Tall Grass Prairie and St. Michael's Historical Ukrainian Church.
Our guest camper sleeps up to four and features a bathroom, stove and mini-fridge. We also have an enclosed fire pit with a grill for you to use.
Take advantage of the Roseau River, which runs through our property and is perfect for canoeing or kayaking (we have a guest canoe available). We also have groomed walking/cycling trails on the property where you will see lots of birds and wildlife.
You can even meet our herd of friendly horses that you can photograph, talk to, and love on.
If you want a quiet, backroad camping experience without distractions, this is the place for you!
If you want to bring more than 4 guests, you will need to bring a tent. Don't worry, there's plenty of room.
Division No. 1, Manitoba, CanadaTraditional, ancestral territory of Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ, Očhéthi Šakówiŋ, and Michif Piyii (Métis) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Jeannine B.Joined in June 2021
Response rate: 100%
1 ratings · 1 review
July 31, 2022
Backroad's Woodland Retreat
Cozy Camper in the Woods!
I loved my stay at this camper in the woods! The camper had recently been renovated and had a retro feel with cute decor. It was cozy and comfortable. I appreciated having a kitchen to cook food and a bathroom inside, which was a luxury compared to what I am used to with tenting. There was even a small A/C unit to cool off, which was great. The property was so peaceful and relaxing. I loved the large, open fire pit area in the evenings. There were forested trails throughout the property leading to the Roseau River which were beautiful. There was a canoe launch spot and a swimming spot on the river. I brought my paddle board but there were quite a few rapids along the river which looked a little too adventurous for me. The swimming spot was great, and the bag with water shoes near the water was a thoughtful touch, as it was a bit muddy and slippery getting into the river. I loved wading around and finding lots of shells. Although I didn’t end up meeting Jeannine, she was prompt in answering questions that I had before checking in and gave good directions so it was easy to find the property. I loved the homemade jam and soap that she left as well - such a sweet gift! This was my first time visiting this area of Manitoba and I also enjoyed checking out the nearby Senkiw Swinging Bridge and Crow Wing Trail. Thanks for a wonderful stay!