Beyond The Look Off: Adventures glamping in the Annapolis Valley

Full moon, fireworks and vineyards! It looked a little like a UK music festival seeing all the colourful tents pitched around the field at The Look Off Campground outside Canning, Nova Scotia. We were thrilled to see so many campers out enjoying the Natal Day August long weekend and took two nights to find some … More Beyond The Look Off: Adventures glamping in the Annapolis Valley

Glamping at The Mermaid & The Cow Campground in Nova Scotia

  This morning we sampled two of our happy dozen eggs courtesy of The Mermaid & The Cow Campground in Scotsburn, Nova Scotia. Campground host Jane kindly shared 12 multi-toned and multi-sized eggs with me and the girls this weekend while visiting the Pictou area. This summer you can go glamping at her campground and sleep … More Glamping at The Mermaid & The Cow Campground in Nova Scotia

Going it alone at Nova Scotia Provincial Park campgrounds: How the shift to self-service affects campers

This camping season, ‘Ranger Google’ might be campers port-of-call at some Nova Scotia provincial parks. We asked how this will affect your camping experience. Nova Scotia will see seven of 20 provincial parks move to self-service, including two parks located within Halifax Regional Municipality.  We had a few questions around how this will affect campers and glampers alike. Here’s what we … More Going it alone at Nova Scotia Provincial Park campgrounds: How the shift to self-service affects campers

Go Coastal: buntings, seaside glamping packs & keeping cosy with a spool of thread

This glamper is keeping it cosy. One vigorous Sunday afternoon snowshoe and the fire was lit, circa ’63 Singer humming and our ‘Go Coastal’ bunting production line underway. Loving the vintage bottle cap coastal fabric, boats and stripes that will adorn our 4M Go Glamping seaside packages this summer. Where you might see them flying? There’s … More Go Coastal: buntings, seaside glamping packs & keeping cosy with a spool of thread

Meat Cove on a hungry stomach: Glamping Cape Breton-style

Home to one of the most retro campgrounds we’ve found on our trails, Meat Cove campground is on the northern most tip of Cape Breton Island and it’s wind-swept views are some of the finest. Fully embracing our motto: Get lost – Find beautiful, Meat Cove was worth every dip in the road to get there. A … More Meat Cove on a hungry stomach: Glamping Cape Breton-style

Glampers guide to Caribou Munroe Provincial Park

  Provincial Park glampers will love Caribou Munroe Provincial Park  in beautiful Pictou County. There are three loops with plenty of sites to choose from. Loop A has views to the Northumberland Strait but is a more open loop with ‘field-type’ camping. Loop B is our favorite loop in the park. Only a short stroll to … More Glampers guide to Caribou Munroe Provincial Park

Dollar Lake Provincial Park: plenty of glamping sites and sunny beach

We’ve met glampers who stay in Bell Tents, treehouses and even 3* hotels. For us, it’s about exploring campgrounds around the Maritimes, both provincial and private and we recently pitched at Site A36 in Dollar Lake Provincial Lake. A huge thank you to Tom and Parks Nova Scotia for providing our site for glamping session … More Dollar Lake Provincial Park: plenty of glamping sites and sunny beach

It’s ok to forget the wine at Caribou Munroes Island Provincial Park

Thanksgiving over and crunchy leaves cover Tilly.  It’s time to winterize, another camping season comes to an end. This morning I think back to one of our shortest trips of the year — but one with inspiring improvisation and glampiness. This past July two of our three children embarked on their first overnight camping adventure … More It’s ok to forget the wine at Caribou Munroes Island Provincial Park

Kejimkujik National Park: Site 235

Close to the washrooms and playground, Site 235 is spacious and one of the brighter sites in Slapfoot Loop, Jeremy’s Bay in Kejimkujik National Park. The old growth forest makes the campgrounds a little dark and little exposed to your neighbours. But the campers at Keji are friendly, hard-core campers worth being close too!