Revitalize Your Spirit

Amikwa Gibaakwagan- “The beaver house” Eco cabin

Unplug, Unwind, Embrace

We invite you to come onto the land to experience a true Anishnaabek experience through our Off-Grid Eco-Cabin. Enjoy the true north camping experience from the comfort of our Cabin that is conveniently located close to the park trailhead. The Eco- Cabin experience is perfect to soak up the deep history of the Anishnaabek. From taking a hike through the A Mik Zii-Bii trail, to going for a canoe paddle to Wemtagoosh Falls, or simply just taking the time to sit, unplug and enjoy the land.

 The Off-Grid Cabin accommodates up to six guests, with a   double-   sized bed in the main bedroom, two twin-sized beds in   the loft, and a pull-out couch. The cabin features a couch and lounge chairs, and the kitchenette includes a coffee maker, full-size propane fridge, and two burner stove top. Powered by solar electricity, the Eco cabin does not have running water, but potable water will be provided, along with a dishwashing station located on the deck outside. Bathroom facilities include an incinerating toilet in the cabin and a detached shower house with hot water on demand from propane and solar power. Outside, guests can enjoy the firepit, seating area, and propane BBQ in the outdoor lounge space. Firewood is available for purchase with reservations or onsite through our Guardian Team.

   

What To bring

  • Linens, comforters, pillows 
  • Towels 
  • Plates, Cups & utensils 
  • Eco Friendly Soaps 
  • Headlamps & flashlights 

Minimum two-night stay

Additional $50 for linen, pillow cases and comforter, for all beds. 

50% Deposit Required Upon Booking.

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Backcountry

Backcountry

BACKCOUNTRY GROUP CAMPING

BACKCOUNTRY GROUP CAMPING

SELECT INTERIOR SITES
ACCOMMODATES UP TO 16 PEOPLE

SELECT INTERIOR SITES
ACCOMMODATES UP TO 16 PEOPLE

Group Camping is available at select interior and coastal water trail sites throughout the Park and Georgian Bay. Group campsites can accommodate up to a maximum of 16 people and can be booked in advance. A Drop In Shuttle is available from the parking lot to Mahzenazing Lake for an additional fee.

$60.00 per campsite per night
Maximum of 16 people

$25.00 Drop In Shuttle

Sites Available: CG1, CG2, CG3, CG4


Jump Off Premium Camping

Jump Off Premium Camping

JUMP OFF SITE - MAHZENAZING LAKE ACCESS TRAIL

JUMP OFF SITE - MAHZENAZING LAKE ACCESS TRAIL

PG 1 - PREMIUM GROUP CAMPSITE

PG 1 - PREMIUM GROUP CAMPSITE

Located only 800m from the Trailhead parking lot, this walk-in site is designed for family campers that want the backcountry experience without traveling deep into the interior. This site is also ideal for trippers that have a late arrival and require a campsite close to the trailhead before venturing out into the backcountry.

PG 1– Comes equipped with two wooden tent platforms, fire pit, benches, cooking space and a picnic table. The site can be accessed 800 meters along the Mahzenazing Lake Access Trail and can accommodate up to a maximum of 10 people.


Backcountry Camping Guidlines

  • Absolutely no cans and bottles are permitted for all interior adventurers, including day users.
  • Pets must be kept on a leash at all times
  • Be bear wise and hang all food, garbage and other scented items (i.e. toothpaste) from a tree, or a rope between two trees, at least 13 feet off the ground and 4 feet from the nearest tree trunk. This will help to minimize surprise visitors!
  • All drinking water must be purified via a rolling boil, purifying crystals, or a water filter.
  • Use only designated washroom sites, if you are caught with your pants down and no privy, move 60 meters from shore, dig a 6” hole and use as little toilet paper as possible
  • Do not dump garbage, sanitary products or food scraps into privies
  • Interior camping is only permitted on designated sites, day paddlers and day hikers may not use interior sites for rest/lunch stops
  • Please keep all sites clean and litter free, even if it’s not your garbage; pack it out! Try to pack out more than you pack in.
  • Please use stoves for cooking as much as possible, if you must build a fire, use a designated fire pit and collect wood along your paddling route or well away from the campsite to avoid depletion. Ensure that fire is out before moving on.
  • Go jump in the lake…but not with your soap! If you need to wash; lather up with a biodegradable soap at least 60 meters from the water and use a pot to rinse off.
  • Excessive noise is not allowed at any time!
  • Avoid damaging vegetation by staying on the trails. Please do not disturb or harass wildlife.