Just as it sounds, glamping is glamourous camping. Glamping involves traditional benefits of camping like being close to nature and dining outdoors, but with a luxurious upgrade in accommodations and facilities.
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Quick Guide to Glamping in Ontario
Catered Glamping vs DIY
Fully catered glamping sites are the perfect option for those that want to arrive and have all the work done for them. Most glamping companies will supply all everything you need to be comfortable, including bedding, linens and food.
Do-It-Yourself glamping can take a little more planning and effort. You still enjoy staying in a more permanent structure than a tent, but like traditional camping, you pack along your own supplies and food.
Types of Glamping
The most popular glamping structures in Ontario include:
Prospector Tents : large, canvas tents usually erected on a wooden plaform
Yurts : round or octagon shaped structures that are often equip with electric or wood burning fireplace
Tiny Cabins : minature wooden or log homes that include sleeping, cooking and sometimes bathroom facilities featuring space saving elements
Tree Houses : small buildings constructed above ground on stilts or built between branches and tree trunks
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Know Before You Go
When looking for the perfect glamping getaway, it is always recommended to make a reservation. With glamping increasing in popularity, booking accommodations ahead of time is the only way to ensure you get to experience Ontario in this unique way.