Eat, sleep, glamp, repeat! While you could always go camping, these spots offer a little something more. They’re charming, comfortable and cost-effective. These glamping getaways in BC have got it all.
Especially when you factor in how much camping equipment and reservations can cost—just head over to these spots for a magical getaway in nature.
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Head over to the quaint Salt Spring Island for a memorable stay in this comfy tipi, which is situated on a family farm. It has a two guest capacity—making it the perfect romantic retreat. It’s available to rent out through May until September for about $73 per night.
It features a double bed will all essential items you’d need for a getaway. There’s also a picnic table and fire pit just outside—for some awesome nights under the stars. It’s secluded in the woods so you’ll feel like you and your guest are in your own personal haven.
Find this little slice of heaven tucked away in Mara, which is just outside Enderby. The tented cabin has a three guest capacity and costs about $77 per night. It features a full-size bed, cot and a dining table overlooking the stunning landscapes outside.
It also has a sprawling patio with a BBQ for your entertaining needs. Guests have direct access to Shuswap Lake and are surrounded by farm animals that wander the property.
Find this hidden gem in Lumby for $68 per night. The handcrafted tipi is brimming with charm. It’s the perfect choice for two glampers looking to immerse themselves in nature, but it can sleep up to four. It has single beds, a fire pit and a BBQ.
There’s lots to do nearby so it’s a big draw for outdoor enthusiasts. Go canoeing down the serene river, stroll the scenic trails and enjoy unsurpassed views of the Monashee Mountains.
An adorable little spot in the woods. Find it in Tappen, near Kamloops for $76 per night. The nature lodge can sleep up to three people. Just a stones throw from Shuswap Lake, it has the prime location. The suite has a double bed, set in a peaceful and rural landscape that is hard to beat.
It’s an open space with floor-to-ceiling windows—giving you great views no matter where you are. There’s also a deck, BBQ, campfire area and ping-pong table.
Get the best views of the Monashee Mountains at this spot. This charming yurt costs around $76 per night and can sleep up to four guests. Sitting on 600 acres of land, it’s a secluded getaway that faces the mountains.
The yurt is fully equipped with a kitchen, bathroom and lots of natural light. It’s a popular spot to go fishing, with a lake nearby and other outdoor activities to take part in.
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