Full disclosure: I’m not a camper. I like a little luxury mixed in with my outdoor wilderness. Luckily for me, it’s getting easier and easier to escape to the back country with the promise of a king-size bed and a roaring fire at the other end. Click through to see where you can go glamping in Canada.
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The yurt, Quebec
A yurt is a portable, round structure that is supported by a lattice work frame. Originally used by nomadic people throughout Central Asia, they're starting to become popular in parks across North America and Europe. The one we stayed in had a wood burning stove, two trundle beds, a full-size fridge, propane stove and even a French press to make coffee. Not just to enjoy during the summers, this charming lodge is available year round. Visit: Sepaq.
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