2014 marked the year that we embarked on our first camping trip as a family. I set out with the idea that it was going to be dreadful – because the whole preparing everything, making sure that everything was packed and even setting up the monstrosity of a tent we needed was awful (improved a little when we started using a Coleman Instant Tent).
This year, I’ve marked a new date on my calender, in addition to the date that we’re going to be camping for the weekend. On February 23, I’m going to be up bright and early, booking our comfort camping experience for 2015 – perfect for those road trips when you don’t want to fill up your vehicle with camping supplies.
Introducing Comfort Camping
Comfort camping bring you the fun of camping in the wilderness, without having to bring everything with you, or setting up a tent, or blowing up an air mattress.
- Dinosaur Provincial Park
- Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park
- Miquelon Provincial Park
- Pigeon Lake Provincial Park
- Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park
- Writing on Stone Provincial Park
- Wyndham-Carseland Provincial Park
Accommodations range from the popular, Nest at Lesser Slave Lake ($250/night) with room for ten, to a canvas wall tent ($100/night). You can choose from a cabin, a yurt, a lodge or a canvas wall tent from the various locations around the province. It’s on our list for the next couple of summers to explore them all – starting with the Lodge at Slave Lake, shared with another family (or two) it makes the accommodations affordable, and a fantastic way to explore one of our favorite beaches Devonshire Beach.