Vibrant colours, falling leaves and family time on the island. Happy Thanksgiving and happy glamping!
Turns out, moose are everywhere along the Cabot Trail: One of our prerogatives this past glamping weekend, while fall camping in Cape Breton, was to find a moose. We heard it’s not uncommon to see these beautiful, ginormous mammals, roaming the highland plains of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. So we set our compasses to ‘moose’ and off we … More A wild moose chase along the Cabot Trail
The Valley’s a great family destination just about anytime, but it’s especially bountiful during August hot days, when harvest fare like baby potatoes, blueberries and corn are for sale around every corner. This August long weekend we camped two nights at Blomidon Provincial Park and added several new adventures to our log book: Squelching through low-tide, mineral-rich red sand at Blomidon and gem … More 5 Glamping discoveries while camping in Annapolis Valley
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
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Blomidon Provincial Park – Sweeney-style When you’re hiking with a young family, sometimes just getting to the hike, is a hike in itself. And when you’re camping with kids and pets, sometimes just getting to the campsite and making camp is worth a weeks holiday at five star resort. It…
On our first adventure to Dollar Lake Provincial Park, we may have had some tenting challenges, but the site did not disappoint. We pitched camp in Loop A, which runs along pretty Dollar Lake. Our site was small, but well-positioned with a short walk down to the lakeside. It was bright and relatively flat, once … More Dollar Lake Provincial Park a great place to pitch