Pancake Bay Provincial Park cabins are ready for visitors!
Is this your dream getaway?
Located in the park’s group camping area, these one-bedroom cabins overlook Lake Superior and are just steps from the beach.
Each sleeps six people in a queen bed and a double bunk bed.
Cabins offer a gas fireplace, mini-fridge, coffee maker, kettle, microwave, kitchenette, dining table, outdoor seating, and covered outdoor barbecue area.
There is a water tap and a toilet on site. Visitors can visit the full comfort station (laundry, hot showers and flushing toilets) at West Comfort Station.
On-site parking for two vehicles is provided. The cabins also offer both indoor and outdoor enjoyment with large accessible decks with clear front railings.
The only thing you need to bring is your personal bedding (sheets, blankets and pillows), food and cooking items (pots, pans, plates and cutlery).
What are you waiting for?
Cabin rentals can be made five months in advance of the arrival date. Reservations are available from the first week of May through Thanksgiving.
Cabins rent for $141.25 (HST included) per night, with a two-night minimum (three-night booking minimum on long weekends).
Please note that pets are not allowed in the cabins.
Reservations can be made online (don’t forget to select “Roofed Accommodation” as your reservation type in the drop-down menu on the left) or by calling 1-888-668-7275.
Why visit Pancake Bay?
The beach is just amazing. With over 3 km of beautiful sandy coastline and blue Caribbean waters, it is the perfect place to cool off in the summer or enjoy a beautiful northern sunset.
The park has two trails with more than 15 km to explore. Continue along Lookout Trail for a panoramic view of Lake Superior.
On the trails, keep an eye out for moose, wolves, black bears, and birds such as bald eagle, common grebe, sandhill crane, cedar waxwing, and wood warblers such as redstarts.
Join park staff to participate in a Discovery Drop-in program during the months of July and August. Bring your Discovery activity book with you (or pick one up on site without an appointment) and use the equipment and materials provided to explore the park, observe plants and animals, and discover the wonders of nature.
Located along the historic Travelers’ Rowing Route, and now along the TransCanada Highway, the park is a short drive from many regional attractions.