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Parks Canada Campgrounds in Ontario

Parks Canada has five campgrounds in Ontario. Two of them are only accessible by boat or water taxi. Another two offer new oTENTik accommodations on Canadian owned waterways. 944 more words


"Glamping" in East Hampton With Apartment Therapy Founder Maxwell Ryan

Yurt:  1) a circular domed tent of fabric or animal hide stretched over a collapsible lattice framework 2) an ultra-chic outdoor guest room, and clever solution for small beach cottages that are big on style but short on space. 103 more words



The problem with “green” and “alternative” is the initial trendiness of it that lends itself to what can only be described as cashing in.

If it’s green, alternative, or healthy it seems to me it should be affordable, especially for low income families. 411 more words

Family Camping in Western New York

There are campgrounds located in upstate New York which are close enough to the highly populated GTA region that they are worth considering as a family camping destination. 558 more words

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Family Camping in a Yurt

Yurts are soft shelters with bunk beds in them found in some provincial parks, conservation areas and other campgrounds. They are a fantastic way to spend outdoor time with your family. 835 more words


Best Parks in Ontario for Family Camping

The best Ontario Campgrounds for families are ones that have a great beach, some hiking or interpretive trails, a good number of outdoor activities like bicycling, canoeing or fishing, and a great kids program. 1,530 more words

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Mongolian yurts (ger)

Today’s blog post will be about Mongolian ger – or yurts – which literally simply means home . The term yurt is of Turkic origin and originally only referred to the mark on the ground left behind by a yurt that has been moved elsewhere and by extension to a person’s homeland and clan. 153 more words