Cozy Corner ,close to but invisible from our bigger campsite Cedar Peace. 600 meter away from the nearest public road (that has like 3 cars a day) Have your own little private circle, (about 10x14 meters) surrounded by trees, so, out of the wind. Just right for your tent! Washroom with hand washing station around the corner, but you’ll be only one step away from the fairy fo
Cozy Corner ,close to but invisible from our bigger campsite Cedar Peace. 600 meter away from the nearest public road (that has like 3 cars a day) Have your own little private circle, (about 10x14 meters) surrounded by trees, so, out of the wind. Just right for your tent! Washroom with hand washing station around the corner, but you’ll be only one step away from the fairy forest...
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Hills ! You’ll need gears! 😃
Trent river in Hastings (8 minutes) and Campbellford (15 minutes)
Sport Fishing town Hastings on the Trent- Severn waterway is 10 minutes away 🐟
At Haley Falls Quarter Horses Warkworth- 15minutes away)
Our Percy creek used to be an important waterway in the distant past. You can go from your campsite to the Dartford pond, lined...Read more
In winter you could go cross country skiing. or board / ski / toboggan down our hills.
Swim in our creek, or go to the Trent river
Pretty much everything that’s not Arctic can be spotted right here. Up to rare sightings of moose and cougar !
Natural features you'll find at Cozy Corner in Ontario.
High & dry woods, low & wet woods, we have it all ! 🌳🌲
We’re in the hills...
We have about 50 acres of crop- and hay fields
River, stream, or creek
Our Percy creek, a former native main waterway in spring, is about 100 meters away.
From the long driveway to your spot only the last 100 meters are unpaved (grass)
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Site was well-established and clean. Portajohn was also clean. Plenty of space for me solo. Only met one host but he was very friendly. Site was quiet, beautiful, deep in the trees, with nice trails connected. Exactly what you want.
We are from Quebec city and were looking for something more secluded. We were very pleased to find this spot. The hosts are very kind people, we loved hearing about their story and exploring their land.
Don't hesitate, book it and try it!
We had an amazing weekend at Cozy Corners! The site was clean, quiet and perfect for our family camping trip. The owners were lovely and very friendly, and the property is gorgeous. We went on the trails and views were great! I highly recommend Cozy Corners!!
This was a wonderful site with really friendly hosts, amazing hospitality and a lot of great views. The farm animals sto,e our hearts too.
Close enough to groceries and within range of beaches and hiking trails. Would recommend.
Wonderful place, the owner is very welcoming and and helpful. The campsite was clean and well situated (at about 30 min from Presque-Iles provincial park and 1h20 from Sandbanks) . 10/10 would recommend!
Private, quiet, woodland camping
Campsite is good size for car camping. The environment was fantastic. The owners have cut in trails through the woods and down to a creek which was picturesque, the night sounds were terrific, and the location is easy to get to. The 2 sites are close to each other but separated by forest. You may get a visit or two from the owners dogs, as we did. Much better value than busy campgrounds!
Total gem of a place!
Total Gem of a place! Such a beautiful space that was quiet and so relaxing to be in. Perfect place to watch the stars and fireflies. Raquilda and Lion are the nicest hosts you could ever meet! We decided to pop by Raquilda’s shop in town and treated ourselves to some homemade jam. We’re already looking at dates on when to come back.