Thu. Feb 29th, 2024

Spring will be here before you know it. Live one last winter adventure this March!

Stay warm in one of our covered rooms. We have many cabins, cabins and yurts available throughout the month, especially for weekday visitors!

The accommodations listed below were available starting at 11:00 am on February 18, 2020.

Algonquin Provincial Park (Mew Lake) — yurts (7)

Algonquin Winter Yurt.

Each yurt is equipped with a table and chairs, as well as two sets of futon bunk beds (sleeps six). The yurt has electric heating, fluorescent lighting, and an electrical outlet.

Outside, the yurt sites are equipped with a picnic table and fire pit.

Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Arrowhead Provincial Park – cabins (10)

Just outside Huntsville, 2 hours from Toronto, 1 hour from North Bay

Winter cabin in Arrowhead.

These rustic one-bedroom cabins sleep five people and include a dining table and chairs. Amenities include a kitchenette with a microwave, mini-fridge, coffee maker, and countertop.

Outside you will find a gas barbecue and picnic table. A propane/electric fireplace provides additional comfort.

Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Killarney Provincial Park – yurts (6), cabins (2)

Georgian Bay shoreline, 1.25 hours from Sudbury, 4 hours from Toronto

Yurts (6)

Winter yurt in Killarney.

The six Killarney yurts are located at George Lake Campground on their own site, away from other campers. A short walk of 70m to 200m will take you to your accommodation from the car park. Each yurt sleeps six people and is electrically heated. The yurts are located near a vaulted bath.

Available dates:

  • Site Y1: March 4-6, 24-27, 30-31
  • Site Y2: March 1-6, 8-12, 24-27, 29-31
  • Site Y3: March 3-6, 8-10, 21-26, 30-31
  • Site Y4: March 3-6, 22-27, 30-31
  • Site Y5: March 8-13, 22-26, 29-31
  • Site Y6: March 8-11, 22-26, 29-31

Cabins (2)

Interior of cottage in Killarney.

The camp cabin is a rustic one-room cabin with a wood interior and a covered front porch. The cabin sleeps five people in a queen bed and a double/single bunk bed. The cabin has a small kitchen with a microwave, mini fridge, coffee maker, kettle and hob. There is a dining table and chairs for indoor dining.

Outside you will find a gas barbecue and picnic table. A propane fireplace provides a cozy temperature and atmosphere inside.

Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

MacGregor Point Provincial Park – yurts (16)

Lake Huron shore, 3 hours from Toronto, 2.5 hours from London

Inside the Macgregor Point yurt.

Each yurt at MacGregor Point sleeps six people in two sets of double or single bunk beds. Inside the yurt, campers will also find a table and chairs, lighting, electric heat, and an electrical outlet.

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Outside visitors are provided with a fire pit, kitchen shelter, picnic tables and a propane barbecue with side burner. A comfort station with drinking water, toilets and showers is available all year round.

Available dates:

  • Site 46: March 29-31
  • Site 48: March 3-6, 29-31
  • Site 50: March 3-6, 8-11, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 53: no availability in March
  • Site 55: no availability in March
  • Site 60: March 4-6, 10-12, 24-27, 29-31
  • Site 62: March 3-6, 9-12, 22-27, 30-31
  • Site 64: March 2-6, 9-12, 23-27, 30-31
  • Site 66: March 4-6, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 68: no availability in March
  • Site 70: no availability in March
  • Site 72: March 2-6, 10-12, 23-27, 29-31
  • Site 74: March 10-12, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 77: March 9-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 90: no availability in March
  • Site 92: March 3-6, 10-13, 23-27, 29-31

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Pinery Provincial Park: yurts (12), cabin (1), soft shelter (1)

Shores of Lake Huron, 1 hour from London, 3 hours from Toronto

Yurts (12)

Winter yurt in Pinery.

These eight-sided, tent-like structures are heated, furnished, and available year-round. Inside each yurt, visitors will find two bunk beds that sleep six, a table and four chairs, electric lighting, and a heater for cool-weather camping.

Additionally, you will find a gas barbecue outside for cooking, a fire pit, and a picnic table on site. Nearby is a comfort station with toilets, showers and laundry facilities.

Available dates:

  • Site 474: March 2-6, 8-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 475: March 1-6, 8-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 476: March 1-5, 8-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 477: March 1-6, 10-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 478: March 1-6, 11-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 479: March 1-6, 8-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 480: March 1-5, 8-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 480A: March 2-6, 10-12, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 480B: March 1-5, 8-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 480C: March 1-6, 8-13, 22-27, 29-31
  • Site 480D: March 3-6, 10-13, 29-31
  • Site 481: no availability in March

Cabin (1)

Pinery cabin in winter

The cabin sleeps five people in a queen bed and a double/single bunk bed. High-quality mattresses will provide you with a restful night’s sleep. The cabin has a small kitchenette with a microwave, mini fridge, coffee maker, and countertop.

There is a dining table and chairs for indoor dining. Outside you will find a gas barbecue and picnic table. A propane/electric fireplace provides additional comfort.

Available dates:

Soft-walled shelter (1)

Soft-walled shelter in winter.

Located on a wooden platform, the tent features rustic log furniture and two queen-size beds (sleeps four) equipped with comfortable mattresses. The kitchenette includes a mini-fridge, coffee maker, and countertop. Outside you will find a gas barbecue for cooking.

Available dates:

  • Site 487: March 1-6, 8-13, 22-27, 29-31

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Quetico Provincial Park – rustic cabins (3)

2.5 hours from Thunder Bay

Quetico cabin in winter.

Stay in one of these cabins and enjoy waterfront views, quick access to hiking trails, and fresh northern Ontario air. Latrines and flush toilets are just a short walk away.

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Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Sandbanks Provincial Park – cabin (1), heritage house (1)

Shores of Lake Ontario, 2.5-3 hours from Ottawa and Toronto

Jacques Cottage

Interior of the cabin.

This one and a half story cabin includes a fully equipped kitchen, satellite TV, wood burning fireplace, BBQ and propane. The cabin sleeps four people. Bed linen and towels are supplied.

Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Maplerest Heritage House

Interior dining room of the heritage house.

Close to park trails, beaches, and day-use facilities, this four-bedroom Victorian home is furnished with antiques. Equipped with everything you need for a luxurious Sandbanks holiday.

Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Silent Lake Provincial Park – yurts (8), cabins (10)

2.5 hours from Toronto / 3 hours from Ottawa

Yurts (8)

Interior of the yurt at Silent Lake.

Spend the day skiing, snowshoeing, or ice fishing, then return to a heated home base. Yurts 5, 9, 16 and 38 include wood stoves, while the others use electric heating.

The yurts sleep up to six people and have a propane stove and barbecue outside for cooking.

Available dates:

Cabins (10)

Winter cabin at Silent Lake.

These new cabins are sure to please with their high-quality mattresses, kitchenette (with microwave), mini-fridge, and countertop. Equipped with baseboard heating and a propane fireplace, you’re sure to stay warm!

Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park – cabins (5)

Shores of Lake Superior, 1.25 hours from Thunder Bay

Sleeping Giant's Cabin in winter.

These barrier-free cabins are located in the park on the shores of Lake Marie Louise. Each cabin has three bedrooms, a bathroom with a large shower, a fully equipped modern kitchen, propane fireplace, and heated porch. Pots, pans, cups, bowls, plates, cutlery, kettle, coffee maker, pillows and bedding are provided.

Outside each cabin is a fire pit and picnic table.

Available dates:

  • 1-Dragon’s Mouth: March 1-6, 8-13, 15-17, 21-31
  • 2-Rose Pogonia: March 1-6, 8-13, 15-17, 22-27, 29-31
  • 3 Fairy Slipper: March 1-6, 8-13, 15-17, 19-31
  • 4-Pink Moccasin Flower: March 1-6, 8-14, 19-31
  • 5-Coral Root: March 1-4, 8-12, 15-17, 19-27, 29-31

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Windy Lake Provincial Park: yurts (4), cabins (2)

Winter cross-country ski destination located 45 minutes northwest of Sudbury

Yurts (4)

Winter yurt at Windy Lake.

Windy Lake offers some of the best cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the region. Many winter enthusiasts come for the day, but with four heated trailside yurts available for winter use, winter camping is easy.

Access to the yurts is via ski slopes only, which is a hike of about 500 feet (166 m). Near each yurt there is an outhouse that is heated during the winter months.

Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Cabins (2)

Winter cabin on Windy Lake.

Lakeside cabins at Windy Lake are open for reservations!

These camping cabins are rustic one-room cabins with wood interiors and a covered front porch. Each cabin sleeps five people in a queen-size bed and a double or single bunk bed. The cabins are just steps from a comfort station.

Available dates:

Reserve: online or by phone (1-888-668-7275)

Reservation Tips

While there are several weekend opportunities available, you’ll find the best selection Sunday through Thursday.

If you are looking for cabins, cabins and yurts online, be sure to select the “Roofed Accommodations” tab.

Screenshot of the reservation page.

Winter registration information for each park will be available during the reservation process.

Happy glamping!