We stayed in #479 (it's a yurt; a big yurt) for two nights. It came with two sets of bunk beds, a table, 4 chairs, a bbq, and was heated just right. The first night, it took some time to get used to the noises of the yurt, but the noises weren't much different then a tent.
We were there December 30 to January 1 with three other couples. We had 4 yurts and spent most of our time outside. We went and hiked some trails, went tobogganing, spent time at the chalet, and we took a walk down to the lake. The lake itself was something to see. White hills with tan colored lines (from the sand) as far as the eye could see. It was incredible.
The yurts were all located close to the bathroom, and a trail.
We had great neighbours for these couple nights as well.
Things we brought: Slippers, warm clothes (it was our first time winter camping), a couple of sleeping bags, toaster, coffee maker, food, crock pot (great for winter camping), and some music. Most importantly, we brought an extension chord as well as a power bar. The plug outlet was up high beside the door, the toaster could not have been plugged in and sitting on the table.
I would highly recommend this to anyone.
- Also Known As:
- Pinery Provincial Park Hotel Grand Bend
- Pinery Provincial Park Grand Bend, Canada - Ontario