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These are 10 of the best 'glamping' spots in Ontario (PHOTOS)

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Ainsley Smith Aug 10, 2017 4:05 am 568

Now that summer is in full swing, there’s no better time to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors.

And these days, it’s getting much easier to escape from the hustle of the city to enjoy some peace and quiet in the outdoors all with the promise of a queen-size bed, Wi-Fi, and a campfire in sight.

That’s right, Ontario is home to plenty of scenic and remote glamping spots. Whether you’re looking to enjoy gourmet meals or completely disconnect, these stunning spots aren’t far from the GTA  and are sure to make your glamping experience a memorable one.

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Fronterra Farms

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If you’re looking for some serious rustic luxury, Fronterra Farms in historic Prince Edward County is for you. This glamping spot has it all, from an organic farm that grows 130 varieties of veggies, herbs and edible flowers to a hyper-local brewery. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful weekend with your significant other or you want to unwind with a group of friends, Fronterra has 10 log-framed tent suites with hardwood floors and indoor bathrooms.

How much: From $255 a night
Where: 242 Beach Rd. N., Consecon

Wilderness Suites

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If you’re more of the adventurous type, Long Point Eco-Adventures in Long Point Bay promises a unique glamping experience that includes a long list of activities to keep you busy during your stay including kayaking, zip-lining, axe throwing and even a wine, beer and cider tour. Their wilderness suites are complete with private flush toilets and a private outdoor shower, queen or king-sized beds, hot and cold running water, a private deck and a full complimentary brunch buffet.

How much: From $195 a night
Where: 1730 Front Rd, St Williams

Outdoor Hotel


This is definitely glamping at its finest. Elegantly furnished tents complete with luxury hotel style furnishing, bed linens, mosquito netting and even gilt mirrors that once graced Ottawa’s famous Chateau Laurier. Like a fine hotel, guests will receive turn-down service, fresh fluffy towels and anything else they may require for a comfortable holiday. All your meals are prepped and ready to be cooked by you to round out the experience.

How much: From $405 a night
Where: 793 Storyland Road, Renfrew

Outpost Co. Luxury Camping


If you’re looking for a glamping experience that’s remote and free from distractions, Outpost Co. might be exactly what you’re looking for. Accessible only by float plane, the camp comes complete with a private gourmet chef and handcrafted canvas safari tents and tipis that can only accommodate up to eight people to preserve the camp’s unique, isolated atmosphere. This beautiful and private camp is truly one of the last few untouched places on earth, where the Native Ojibwa culture and ancient forests help visitors connect with nature.

How much: Starting from $440 per person per night
Where: Temagami’s White Pine Forrest

WildExodus


Located in the Boreal Forrest, you’ll find a glamping experience that’s unlike no other. Here you can customize your trip and choose from a variety of packages including the Glamping Taster Trip, geared towards re-introducing visitors to camping and the Glamping High Adventure package which gives visitors a more adventurous experience complete canoe trips and fishing.

How much: From $199 a night
Where: 7001 Dalton Road, Timmons

Moonlight Glamping


From furnished tipis to spacious glamping tents that can fit up to eight people, there is an accommodation for every type of glamper here. Located in the picturesque town of Elora, Moonlight Glamping offers visitors a memorable experience that includes zip lining, river tubing, moonlight yoga and historical walking tours.

How much: From  $100 a night
Where: 7400 Wellington County Rd 21, Elora

Nature’s Harmony Ecolodge

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If the thought of a staying in a secluded, fully-furnished Mongolian-style yurt gets you excited then you’ll want to head to Nature’s Harmony Ecolodge in Mattawan, On. Available year-round, this yurt provides a glamping experience unlike no other. You can start relaxing the moment you arrive and truly enjoy the beauty of the wilderness.

How much: From $85 to $120 a night
Where: 574 Snake Creek Road, Mattawa

The Buffalo Farm


Tucked away on an idyllic 500-acre Buffalo Farm, this camp is home to the dreamiest yurt your Insta feed will ever see. The camp is located on a private lazy river and is surrounded by vast fields and forests full of horses, cattle, and bison. Visitors can pick veggies from the garden to use in their meals, go on guided horseback bison tours, go ATVing, fishing, canoeing, as well as enjoy yoga retreats and the traditional sweat lodge, giving visitors a very intimate experience with nature.

How Much: From $95 a night
Where: 
2137 ON-630, Calvin

The Northridge Inn


The Northridge Inn & Resort is a charming, modern getaway located on the beautiful shores of Lake Bernard in Sundridge, Ontario. Here you’ll find various accommodations ranging from a vintage Airstream to spacious glamping tent suites. Visitors will enjoy the inviting finishing touches, from Hudson’s Bay deck chairs, luxurious bath robes to the stylish tent decor that resembles something you would find in Muskoka.

How Much: From $200 a night
Where: 712 S Bernard Lake Road

Tipi Adventure

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Located in the midst of beautiful Muskoka, you can enjoy the great outdoors from the comfort of a tipi. Each tipi can comfortably sleep 10 guests and is equipped with cots and futon beds. Located on 80 acres of lush forest with a large fresh water pond, visitors can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, swimming, and ATVing.

How Much: From $120 a night
Where: 345 Beatrice Townline Road, Bracebridge


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Ainsley Smith
Ainsley is a Staff Writer at Daily Hive. She's a former Vancouverite turned Torontonian who is always on the hunt for her next avocado toast.

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