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
We couldn’t call ourselves East Coast Glampers without visiting Kejimkujik National Park before the end of the 2013 camping season. It’s a crisp September weekend and our first time in the park. Given the cold nights, it is likely to be our final camping excursion of the year. Keji is only two hours from Halifax but … More A warm K’we from Kejimkujik
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!
Last year we decided to try out camping. This trip was pre-Tilly pop-up…in a tent…on the ground. As far as glamping goes…it was a bit of a reach, but we learned many lessons. I had spent the past 13 years living in a country where camping was, quite frankly, impossible. Ireland stands by it’s ‘four seasons in … More Dollar Lake Provincial Park – Our first trip in a tent – or – Why we now ‘Glamp’