Planning a glamping getaway in Canada? If you’re looking to get away and explore the great outdoors in style, I’ve got the best glamping Canada list for you.
The forests, snow-covered mountains, plains, beautiful coast of Canada are some of the wildest places in the world. Canada is truly a unique place.
From Quebec to British Columbia you will find some amazing glamping sites offering stays in yurts, cabins, tents, treehouses surrounded by beautiful landscapes.
There is no better way to enjoy Canada’s beauty than glamping. Here are the top 8 glamping Canada spots for you to choose from.
Top 8 Glamping Canada Spots
1. The Best Glamping Quebec – Huttopia Sutton
Huttopia Sutton is my favourite glamping Quebec site. Huttopia Sutton will give you a glamping experience in the middle of the stunning forest at the bottom of Mont Sutton just 90 minutes of drive from Montreal. Huttopia Sutton has a wide range of glamping accommodations including tents, camping sites, tiny houses and chalets.
The Trappeur and The Canadienne tents sleep up to 5 people and come with 2 separate bedrooms, kitchen, dining area, bathroom, wooden terrace, picnic table and a fire pit.
The Bonaventure tent sleeps 2 and is ideal for a romantic getaway with one queen bed, a small kitchen area, wooden terrace, a picnic table, and a fire pit.
Chalets sleep up to 6 people and come with 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living area, wood or gas stove, dining area, kitchenette and outside area with picnic table and fire pit.
Huttopia Sutton offers camping sites for tents with an electric hookup, a picnic table and a fire pit.
Over 70 accommodation units on-site are arranged so that everyone has their own privacy. Huttopia Sutton has a heated pool, on-site restaurant and organizes a plenty of family activities.
Guest review: “We truly enjoyed our time in snowy Sutton. The woods were covered with at least a foot of fresh powder when we arrived. The cabin was easy to access, and our cabin had a large sled to transport our gear from our car to the cabin. We had a lovely “tiny house” which had ample room for four, adequate amenities for breakfast, snacks, etc, warm showers, and a wood stove for a fire. The cabin was plenty warm which was greatly appreciated because it was -5 in the mornings. Huttopia has access to a hotel with a nice bar and good food which is just a short drive or a chilly walk away.”
2. The Best Glamping in Northern Ontario – Nature’s Harmony Eco Lodge, Mattawa Voyageur Country
Take the perfect staycation at this secluded place and enjoy stunning views of the Laurentian Mountains. The lodge offers accommodation in yurts, cabins, chalets and glamping tents. Mongolian yurt sleeps 4 and Pacific yurt sleeps 6. Both are equipped with a small wood stove, double bed, and a large deck with a BBQ.
The toilet is located next to the yurts and eco-showers in the main lodge. The lodge is open year-round and offers plenty of activities. Some of the summer activities include hiking, canoeing, swimming, biking, wildlife viewing and more. Snowshoeing, backcountry skiing, snow tubing are some of the popular winter activities.
Guest review: “What an awesome place to get yourself “cleansed” of all the tech and city life…it all falls away when you get to the long and winding driveway to the lodge. The walk / Ski-Doo ride to the chalet helps drop the last of the stress away.
All that you need to be comfortable…water, nice wood stove, electricity, nice beds…even a bonfire pit (nothing beats cooking over wood fire in the winter). Tubing was a blast…kids played there for hours, and walking trails completed the outdoor experience.”
3. The Best Glamping in Alberta – Mount Engadine Lodge
Located in Spray Valley Provincial Park, just a short distance from Canmore, Alberta, Mount Engadine Lodge combines luxury and comfort with a wilderness where outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy numerous year-round activities.
The lodge offers various types of accommodation including yurt and glamping tents that are open all year round. The tents are luxurious, dog-friendly and have a private deck overlooking the magnificent landscape.
Their glamping tents sleep 4 and come with a king size bed or two twin beds, a pull-out couch, private ensuite bathroom , gas fireplace, and a private balcony overlooking the meadow and creek. Yurt sleeps up to 4 and offers a true camping experience. It doesn’t have electricity or a bathroom, but you can use facilities at the lodge.
Their cabins Birdwood, Burstall and Whiskeyjack located in breathtaking surroundings sleep 2-4 people and feature queen or king size beds, private bathrooms and balconies with meadow or mountain views. Their lodge rooms and suites are located at the main lodge and are great for one night stays. Lodge rooms are equipped with king or queen size beds, private bathroom, a fireplace and a balcony with mountain views.
The main lodge is a place where you can relax and refresh, enjoy your meals and have your meals packed for an adventure trip.
Throughout the year the lodge hosts a variety of different events including yoga retreats, chef series and musical performances. It is also a popular place for weddings and corporate retreats.
Guest review: “Perfect place to stay for outdoor enthusiasts, there are many cross country ski and snowshoeing trails in the area.. Spectacular scenery and a cozy lodge to return to.”
4. The Best Glamping on Vancouver Island – Free Spirit Spheres, Qualicum Beach
Free Spirit Spheres is a treehouse resort with three private spheres suspended in the trees. The resort is located between Nanaimo and Courtenay, along the east coast of Vancouver Island.
Onsite they have 3 available spherical treehouses for rent. Melody Sphere, Eryn and Luna sleep 2 and come with a beautiful interior and spacious open living concept with 5 windows, including a sky light, a murphy bed, a small sink, cupboards with dishes, purified water, electricity and lighting and a quality speaker system and an electric composting toilet outhouse at the base of the sphere.
A great place for overnight stays but also for creatives such as artists, musicians and writers looking inspiration for their work.
Guest review: “Highly recommend this place. We only planned for two nights.. but it turned into three cause we didn’t want to leave! and lucky enough they had room! Such a great place to relax and appreciate the little things”
5. The Best Glamping in BC, Tin Poppy Retreat, Okanagan
Tin Poppy Retreat is located on the 160 acre private property in Okanagan and has four beautiful and unique cabins perfect for your glamping getaway.
Tin Poppy is a solar powered cabin built around a 32 foot 1953 Caravan that sleeps 6. It is equipped with a full kitchen, bathroom and gas fireplace.
Other three cabins, called Lavender, Violeta and Wild Rose, are also quite unique and can accommodate between 4-10 people. All located in the heart of the woods, the cabins offer everything you need for a comfortable stay. All the cabins are dog-friendly.
While staying there, you can go hiking the Tin Poppy trails, go cross country skiing up at the Larch Hills, visit local wineries and more.
Guest review: “We had a great experience at Tin Poppy. Even though it was off the beaten path, it was easy to find with the helpful signage. Our dog loved being able to roam around with a bit of freedom given there were no other people/dogs around. My partner enjoyed the great scenery for photography. I loved the screened in rooms which made you feel like you were outside but had protection from bugs. We will definitely be back.”
6. The Best Glamping Ontario Prince Edward County, Fronterra
Located on the shores of stunning Prince Edward County, one can find Frontera, a unique glamping experience. Fronterra is also a farm and a brewery, where you can experience craft brewery in making, visit their organic gardens, harvest vegetables and join culinary workshops.
Luxury glamping tents are set in maple forest and come with king size bed, ensuite bathroom, hot rainwater shower and a private outdoor kitchen with charcoal grill.
You can spend your time salmon fishing, canoeing, doing yoga and meditation and visit nearby vineyards. You may visit Wellington for some great bars and restaurants.
Guest review: “There is lots to do around Prince Edward County. North Beach is 2 mins away if you want to get some fun at a beach, The staff at Fronterra Farms was great. The bbq, shower, sink, utensils, etc was great.”
7. The Best Glamping in Yukon, Sky High Wilderness Ranch
Glamping in Yukon, surrounded by magnificent mountain ranges and true wilderness is truly a unique experience. Sky High Wilderness Ranch offers glamping in 3 types of accommodation units on the shores of Fish Lake, close to Whitehorse.
The Raven Yurt sleeps 2-3 people with two single beds, a small kitchenette and shared outhouse. The Fireweed Yurt is located in a secluded part of the ranch overlooking the valley. It sleeps 2 people and comes with a beautiful log-framed queen sized bed, a small kitchenette, and a private fire pit with wood. Aurora Cabin is overlooking Fish Lake and the surrounding valley with a cozy bedroom loft with an amazing view and the front deck overlooking the lake.
A great spot to hike the ridge, wander down to the lakeshore, spend your evenings in complete seclusion, enjoy a BBQ with friends and family. Sky High Wilderness Ranch is a-must-go spot to catch a glimpse of the famed Northern Lights.
Guest review: “We had a fabulous time, lifelong memories and the whole trip was beyond our expectations.”
8. The Best Yurt Glamping in Saskatchewan, Flora Bora Forest Lodging
Flora Bora Forest Lodging offers the best yurt glamping in Saskatchewan. Located close to the Prince Albert National Park and a few minutes away from the beaches of Emma and Christopher Lake the site is perfect for your glamping getaway this summer. Each yurt sleeps 4 and features a full bathroom, kitchenette and private deck.
A great choice if you are looking for some relaxation and recreation in the forest with the access to some of the best lakes and wilderness experiences in Saskatchewan. You can basically follow the hiking trails outside your door or spend day canoeing, bird watching, paddleboarding and more.
Guest review: “I am thankful for discovering Flora Bora and having an opportunity to stay in a yurt. I loved every minute of my stay! Being back in the “north” again, wandering the trails behind the yurts, over to Waskesiu and Prince Albert National Park.. Hearing the trembling aspens and learning that it’s a raven who makes that “interesting” call. We will be back again!”
AM I MISSING ANY OF THE BEST GLAMPING CANADA SPOTS?
Have you been glamping in Canada and stayed in awesome accommodations I didn’t mention in my list? If so, let me know in the comments. I’d love to add them to my list.