Did you know you can stay in a yurt in many of the Manitoba Provincial Parks? It’s known as comfort camping or even clamping, and is a way to get our there, without having to worry about your sleep set up.
I can’t recommend enough staying in a yurt! This is perfect for those that don’t have a tent, or want to change it up!
What is a Yurt?
A yurt is a roofed accommodations. They’re part cabin, part tent and 100% comfortable. You can expect windows, a skylight that lets in fresh air and sunlight, as well as views of the sky. All yurts include electricity, heating, lighting, and lockable door. There’s rustic furniture including: table, chairs, small cabinet, futon and twin/double bun beds. Each yurt will also have a picnic table and a fire pit outdoors.
What to Bring?
You won’t need to worry about bringing a tent or RV! Your sleeping accommodations are all ready to go. You’ll need your sleeping bad/bed linens, pillows, your cooking gear/utensils, and your sense of adventure.
Where are they located?
Yurts are located in several Manitoba Provincial Parks.
- Bakers Narrows
- Camp Morton
- Campers Cove
- Childs lake
- Nutimik Lake
- Paint Lake
- Spruce Woods
- Tulabi Falls
How to Book your Stay?
Go to Manitoba Parks Reservation Services to book your yurt.
- Please note, you cannot cook inside the yurt.
- Many of the yurts are wheelchair accessible, you can see this when booking the sites.
- Some of the yurts are even pet friendly.
Now you’re all ready to plan your perfect weekend getaway in a yurt!