From rustic cabins secluded in the woods to floating glamping domes, there is no shortage of last-minute glamping and camping spots in Ontario. The air is getting crisper, the days are getting shorter, and there is a fresh layer of snow on the ground. Yes, winter may be coming but don’t worry, you still have time to sneak in one last cozy getaway before the holiday festivities and stress begin. So start packing those bags and get ready to flee the city!
Fabulous Rustic Waterfront Cottage
Overlooking the beautiful Black Creek, this rustic cottage in Fort Erie is the perfect escape for you and your best friends this fall. The cottage features six beds and can sleep up to 10 people. You can spend your time relaxing on the dock, soaking up the stunning sunsets or getting cozy by the fire. With Niagara Falls not too far away, there’s plenty of exploring up for grabs here.
Looking to get closer to the outdoors? This charming forest yurt is the place to do it. If you’re an explorer at heart, you’ll love wandering the various trails spread across this 100-acre property in Blackstock. The yurt is heated by a woodstove so, having experience lighting and maintaining a fire will be essential to your comfort here. And if fall foliage is what you’re after, you’ll find it here in abundance.
Want to go off the grid without having to travel too far? Then this charming secluded cabin near Toronto was made for you. Say goodbye to common comforts like running water and refrigerators and say hello to warm wood stoves and waterfront views. Located in Schomberg, this small cabin sleeps up to two people and allows pets.
Chic Rustic Cabin on a Hilltop
Chic but minimalistic, this tiny cabin in Hillsburgh is an ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Here you can enjoy a remote, farm-like setting surrounded by peace and quiet. Inside you’ll find a double bed, a wood-burning stove, a small kitchen area, and a composting toilet. Don’t forget to pack a bottle of wine and your favourite book for this little gem.
Modern Schoolhouse Spa Getaway
This converted schoolhouse definitely puts the glam in glamping. Located in Prince Edward County, the schoolhouse dates all the way back to 1859. During your stay, you can explore all that the County has to offer including wineries, shops, and outdoor activities. Or choose to stay in and enjoy sleek modern furnishings, a fully stocked kitchen, and a wood barrel sauna.
Cozy Rustic Cabin With Fireplace
This cozy cabin in Mallorytown is perfect for a little R&R. Overlooking a private pond, you can sit back, soak up the views, and relax here. There’s also an outdoor fire pit for you to toast up some ooey-gooey s’mores. Inside you’ll find just the basics; a bed, a dining table, and a comfy seating area.
Calling all coffee lovers, this one’s for you! There’s a lot to be said about the benefits of remote camping trips. But, when you combine remote camping with the convenience of an on-site coffee shop, you get the best of both worlds! Located in the small town of Essex, this 100-year-old converted barn house offers immaculate sunset views, on-site pets, and of course, access to the coffee house. We like this one a latte.
Luxury Two-Person Camping by Algonquin Park
Who says tents are just for the summer? You can rest easy in this spacious glamping tent located in Algonquin Park. All meals are provided and fully prepared, so all you have to do is cook and eat. During your stay, you can explore a private beach, experience all Algonquin has to offer and even sign up for a private yoga class.
Horseback Riding and Ranch Stay in a Cozy Cabin
Ye-haw! Located in Rutherglen, this spacious ranch is ideal for horse lovers and experience seekers. Here you can partake in several activities including a social cookout and cattle sorting. Of course, there will be plenty of chances to ride horses along the trails as well. There’s even a saloon on-site if you want to wet your whistle.
Floating Geodesic Dome on Historic Wine Route
This unique floating getaway has everything you need to feel rested and relaxed during your trip. You can let the sounds of wildlife lull you to sleep while you admire the stary sky, all from the comfort of the bed. Floating happily on Fox Creek, you’ll be just steps away from local wineries, breweries, and beaches to explore.
So, don’t let the holiday season get you down. If you want to make the most of late fall, consider one of these Ontario camping spots for a last-minute getaway. Whether you want to rest by the fire or ride horses, Ontario has you covered.