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The Woodzzz

2 sites 路 Lodging2 acres 路 Haliburton, ON
Among the thick forest of the Haliburton highlands lies a very tranquil, quiet and still place. The area although rugged and pristine offers many activities for all to enjoy聽such as hiking/biking/boating/kayaking/beaching etc. To escape the calm environment its only 15 minutes to the quaint village of Haliburton where you can find farmers markets, shops, restaurants and art. The聽Woodzzz was made for those that enjoy the outdoors and are needing a gentle reminder of what little we need to enjoy the life we live!聽
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Simple Cabin in town

1 site 路 Lodging1 acre 路 Haliburton Village, ON
Open space, including kitchen, comfy bed, couch and wood stove. There is an outhouse and water is provided for drinking, wash up and rinsing (no running water) Basic cooking utensils, small fridge, hot plate, coffee press and kettle. The cabin is in town, there are neighbors and general sounds of town. - 2 min drive to Main street-shops, cafes, pub, lake access, ice skating - 5 min drive to cross country ski trails, snowshoe trails and a sculpture forest - 15 min drive to ski hill and water spa There is a cedar sauna on the property you are welcome to use during your stay. Along with a simple outdoor / off grid shower for rinsing. Parking is on the street in front of the cabin. Please keep tight to the right for the snowplow and neighbors to get by.
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Moose and Musky

1 site 路 Lodging1 acre 路 Hastings Highlands, ON
Learn more about this land: Watch the sunrise over the beautiful Musky Bay! Cozy cabin suitable for 1-2 people.聽 聽This is a small heated 8 x 10 cabin with a queen-sized bed for sleeping and an outhouse for your use. The cabin has minimal cooking items for your use, Coleman stove, percolator for coffee, and campfire tripod are available. You will need to bring your own bedding, toiletries, and utensils for cooking. Please leave the cabin exactly as you found it. You will need to bring your own propane for the Coleman stove and Martin heater. In the winter you can ice fish, cross country ski, hike on Baptiste lake or hop on the nearby snowmobile trail for days of riding. Situated very close to Algonquin Park, there is ample opportunity for hiking and biking in the summer months.聽Groceries and supplies are available within 20聽minutes of the cabin.聽 We look forward to hosting you!
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Harmony Resorts - South Algonquin

10 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres 路 ON
Located on the shores of beautiful Benoir Lake and surrounded by the unsurpassed splendor of the Haliburton Highlands, we are a four season park and an outdoor enthusiasts playground. The rugged landscape of the Canadian Shield is abundant with lakes and trails to explore. There is always so much to do here, canoeing, kayaking, boating, swimming, horseback riding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ATVing, hiking, and fishing the nearly 40 miles of connected waterways. The possibilities are near endless! Discover the natural mysteries of Algonquin Park, entering through the park鈥檚 south gate located right across the road. Journey into the wilderness as you hike through the trails or rent a canoe from us to explore Kingscote lake or travel up the York River to High Falls.
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OxBo Managed Forest

2 sites 路 RVs, Tents800 acres 路 ON
Enjoy unfettered access to 800 acres of managed forest with over 10 km of trails, several creeks, a 5 acre private lake, a 20 acre beaver pond, and frontage along Papineau Creek. The forest backs onto thousands of acres of crown land and access to public ATV trails is on the driveway.
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MIddle Earth

9 sites 路 Tents150 acres 路 Hastings Highlands, ON
Originally settled by Polish Immigrants in the mid-1800's, by 1920 this property was a busy farm. With meadows and valleys, livestock was raised and fields were tilled. Purchased in the mid-'90s the house was given a renovation and a series of additions and new constructions. Our property is nestled in a small valley in the highland hills in the middle of聽Lake St Peter and Mink Lake.聽 We offer a variety of campsites on 150 acres between Lake St Peter and Mink Lake. Our land has聽access to聽East Algonquin trails, lakes, rivers, and attractions. This is an ideal site for campers looking to explore nature. There is a toilet on-site. Pets are welcome. Fires are permitted within local regulations. 聽Ready to experience countless stars under the open night sky from your campfire?聽 Come and enjoy the natural wonders of the Highlands!
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Lakeside Bunkie - 35min to Alg.Park

1 site 路 Lodging2 acres 路 Madawaska Valley, ON
Learn more about this land: Rustic bunkie located on 2 acres, is nestled among the trees beside a small, crystal clear lake. With 700 ft of untouched shoreline, privacy is second to none.聽From this lake, you can access 3 other lakes by provided canoe/kayak without portage. PLEASE NOTE: The bunkie is for 3 guests only. However, there is room to pitch a tent outside of the bunkie (please select聽additional guests if you are planning on using both accommodations). The site is 35 min. from Algonquin Park and 11 km from MKC, the world-famous聽white water paddling centre. 10x10 main floor with sleeping loft. Solar power provides lighting & a propane furnace for cool nights. Solar lights outside provide ambient lighting-may be turned off if preferred. The call of the loons & the barred owl will be your lullaby as you drift off to sleep after a day of hiking, paddling, or swimming.聽 There is no running water, you will have to bring your own drinking water. You will need to bring everything you require for cooking, eating and washing dishes. There is no sink, stove, or BBQ on site. As the site is off-grid, there are no appliances. There is a split log bench beside the self-contained fire pit.聽 Please bring your own firewood, matches/lighter,聽 and/or firestarter materials. Small fires only please, as this is a well-treed location. Fires must be extinguished prior to going to bed 鈥 there is a bucket by the firepit. If you are wondering if something is there, I suggest you reach out to check with me before arrival. There is a new private outhouse on site. The outhouse is past the bunkie along the path. Solar lights work with the flick of a switch 鈥 one switch by the door, one by the bed. You have access to 2 kayaks and 1 canoe, 2 adult lifejackets. These are located on the waterfront between the bunkie and the house @260 Matcheski Road. Please return these as you found them after each use.聽They are shared with the guests at the house. It is a natural shoreline at the bunkie, with a sandy bottom 鈥 pretty good swimming, actually! Absolutely no harsh chemicals/detergents in the water! Please leave the site tidy and as you found it. Take your garbage and recycling. This is a small lakeside community 鈥斅 no loud music, please. Respect the solitude!聽 Please respect the natural setting 鈥 leave it as you found it, do not cut live growth.
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Call of the Wild Hunt Camp

1 site 路 Lodging5 acres 路 Bancroft, ON
Apsley Ontario off the grid hunt camp! Welcome to our OFF THE GRID hunt camp in Apsley, Ontario, where adventure and relaxation meet! Our camp is nestled amidst the picturesque scenery of Eels Lake and surrounded by ATV trails that wind through the lush wilderness of Ontario. For those looking for an added level of excitement, we offer guided ATV tours through the stunning trail system. Our experienced guides will lead you through the safe spots, ensuring a safe and unforgettable experience for all ages. But that's not all - our camp offers comfortable accommodations with all the amenities you need for a relaxing stay. With fishing, swimming, and boating opportunities just a stone's throw away, our camp is the perfect place for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff are always on hand to assist you with any questions or requests you may have, ensuring a hassle-free and enjoyable stay. So, why not book your stay at our hunt camp in Apsley, Ontario today and experience the natural beauty and excitement of the great outdoors? 2 queen beds in the loft All appliances run off the grid on propane Furnace and wood stove Generator runs: microwave, kettle, coffee maker Full working shower with hot water on demand so you never run out of hot water :) Call or text 705 / 656 / 9555
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Footprints Resort

17 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents11 acres 路 Bancroft, ON
Footprints Resort is a private adults-only holiday destination located in the heart of Hastings Highlands, at the southern tip of Algonquin Park in Ontario. Their boutique resort is adults only, providing a pristine, natural, child-free setting for your next getaway! Enjoy swimming and non-motorized water sports on their private lake, relax as you sunbath and lounge on the beach, hike and bike the nearby trails, enjoy a natural setting and reconnect with nature. They offer a variety of accommodation options with rooms, villas, cabins and camping available, spacious private grounds to roam and many secluded seating areas to relax. Enjoy all that the resort has to offer. Whether you're looking for outdoor adventure, relaxation or a romantic getaway, their boutique resort is your destination! Book one of their nicely appointed rooms or cozy cabins, or bring along your camping gear for a fun, relaxing, week-long or weekend adventure. Join others in the lounge to socialize, sit by the fireplace, or cook a meal in their self-catering kitchen. Barbecues are available throughout the resort so grilling up a delicious meal is not a problem. Hang out in their open air Cabana where you can mix a cold beverage and socialize with other guests, or take your drink to one of their many secluded, sitting areas to relax. The Dome is a large, 1,500-square-foot covered, open air recreational structure designed to keep the party going, even in inclement weather. Equipped with a stage, sound equipment and a dance floor that is ready for any party, they can accommodate many options. The Dome usually houses a Games Room, but has also been used for dancing, wedding receptions, a weight room and rehearsal space among other options. If variety is the spice of your life and you wish for a little excitement, there are plenty of local attractions such as antiquing, canoeing, rockhounding, and ghost towns. Spend a day exploring Algonquin park or go white water rafting or trail riding by horseback or ATV. However you decide to spend your day, there is always lots to do at and around Footprints!
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Scandinavian Inspired Tiny house

1 site 路 Lodging10 acres 路 Hastings Highlands, ON
Welcome to Sunflower Hill... newly built on grid tiny home is set one of a kind romantic, intimate and rejuvenating Scandinavian Experience. Set on a beautiful 10 acres you are sure to enjoy the privacy of this great spot This tiny home features an outdoor sauna, hot tub, and a cold plunge pool as part of our nordik health ritual, which can stimulate mental, emotional, spiritual and physical rejuvenation. Surrounded by the tranquilness of the forest is the meditation space - improve focus, concentration and lower stress. A beautiful lake with beach is only 1km away A Kings size bed in the loft accommodates two comfortably. The Bathroom is a 3 pc (sink, toilet and shower). Kitchen is open to the living space with well equipped stainless steel appliances a full size fridge and a seating space for two. Walkout of the side door into our scandinavian experience where you can really take a deep breath, exhale and RELAX. Enjoy the beauty of nature while soaking in the tubs. Items included in a 2 night stay: Kitchen: Dish Cleaning Pad Dish Cleaning Soap 1 Large garbage bag 2 smaller garbage bin bags 1 Roll of paper towel Instant Coffee 4 Keurig Pods Tea Sugar Saran Wrap Aluminum Foil Salt/Pepper Cooking oil (spray) Some Common Spices Please inquire on specific items that you may need for your stay as we may consider providing for your convenience Washroom: 1 roll of toiler paper Shampoo Conditioner Hand soap Washroom towels Bath robe/ person. (to be left upon departure) All linens are included in your stay! Things to Bring: Appropriate clothes, layers depending on time of year Sandals Bug repellant - April can be especially bad for this Drinking Water Garbage: Disposal is included in your accommodation - We ask that you empty all waste bins and put all garbage in the provided large clear garbage bag Noise Levels: Although we are on a private setting we have neighbours and we ask that our guests be mindful of noise levels at all times and particularly in the evenings and mornings. Please help us promote a tranquil setting for everyone! WIFI/Cell Service Satellite internet Download Speed: Upload Speed: There is good reliable cell reception and wifi
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Spring Joy! Cosy Canoe Cottage

1 site 路 Lodging20 acres 路 Bancroft, ON
The cottage is at the edge of a large wilderness area. We supply an ultra-safe large canoe with paddles and lifejackets. It's an easy and fun 15 minute paddle to reach the cottage. The cottage is an artistic gem on a safe and quiet lake with beavers and loons and numerous bird species -- owls, herons, hawks, ospreys, and many migratory songbirds. In over 20 years of experience on the lake, we've seen no bears. It's a cosy three-room place with a small bedroom (8x12) with an antique double bed; a main room (16 x12) with a single bed; and a kitchen (8X12). Sleeps 3, max. Access to the cottage is up a short set of irregular stone stairs from the lake. This could be an impediment for elderly or frail people. The lake is not a private lake. There are other cottages. But it's a very quiet lake and often there's no one else there. The landscape is very similar to Algonquin Park's. North Kawartha is famous as the birthplace of the canoe. This is a thinly-populated landscape of rugged granite bluffs, thickly-forested hills and valleys, and gorgeous lakes that remain quiet and peaceful even during the hottest summer weeks. This place was made by and for lovers, artists, poets, musicians, dreamers, writers, environmentalists, ecologists, escapists...and their children. Enjoy!
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Six Waterfalls

1 site 路 RV, Tent10 acres 路 Hastings Highlands, ON
Large private campsite available for rent on Kamaniskeg Lake Road. This campsite is for RVs, trailers, 5th wheels, that have a generator and bathroom as there is no electricity or bathroom facility. Large private family campsite located on Kamaniskeg Lake Rd private access to 10 acres with six stunning waterfalls and a pond. Wild Raspberry and blackberry and lots of wildlife to see. Driving: 5 minutes to hinterland beach, 5 mins to Combermere, 10 mins to Madawaska Kanu Centre, 15 mins to Barrys Bay, 35 mins to Bancroft, 3 hours to Toronto. Exclusive access to 6 privately owned stunning waterfalls. Surrounded by crown land. Kamaniskeg lake is a large lake known for its crystal clear waters, excellent fishing, loons, hiking/atv/snowmobile trails, and over 90 kilometres of boating. Absolutely no dumping/ littering on the property. To get to the waterfalls is considered to be a moderate to advanced level hiking ability required. There are no neighbours. Local amenities nearby: - Convenient store in Combermere - Hospital, banks, churches, restaurants, and unique shops to browse through in Barry's Bay - Metro & Valumart grocery stores Home Hardware Building Centre in Combermere) - Liquor store & Beer store - Pharmacy - Post Office - Gas Stations - Outdoor adventure outfitter, Mad Outdoors - Dollar store and Stedman鈥檚 department store - Madawaska kanu centre Dont forget to visit the beautiful Hinterland Public Beach when you visit and please check current fire ban status for hasting highlands.
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The best camping near Lake St. Peter Provincial Park guide

Overview

About

Nestled in the heart of nature, Lake St. Peter Provincial Park offers a serene escape with its lush forests and sparkling waters. Here, adventurers can indulge in a variety of activities such as hiking, boating, and fishing. The park boasts spacious and scenic campsites, perfect for both tents and trailers, with the convenience of modern facilities.

Notable campgrounds

  • Electrical Sites - Offering the convenience of electricity, these sites cater to visitors with trailers or those who prefer a few home comforts.
  • Waterfront Sites - Ideal for nature lovers, these sites provide stunning views and easy access to the lake for a tranquil experience.
  • Comfort Station Access - Enjoy well-maintained washrooms, showers, and laundry facilities, enhancing your camping adventure.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early to secure your preferred spot, especially during peak season when the park's popularity soars.
  • Consider mid-week stays for better availability and a quieter camping experience.
  • Keep an eye on cancellation policies and last-minute openings for unexpected opportunities.
  • Explore nearby camping options to maximize your chances of finding a great site.

When to go

The best time to visit Lake St. Peter Provincial Park is between May 10 and October 15, when the park is fully operational. Summer months offer warm weather perfect for swimming and boating, while the fall colours create a stunning backdrop for hiking.

Know before you go

  • Check for any park alerts or closures before your visit to ensure a smooth experience.
  • Remember that pets are not permitted on the beaches, so plan accordingly if travelling with furry friends.
  • Accessibility is a priority, but contact the park for specific needs or alternative formats of content.
  • Motorboats are allowed on Lake St. Peter, with a boat launch available for water enthusiasts.
  • For fishing enthusiasts, remember to bring your gear to take advantage of the lake's trout and bass.

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