Cabin camping of the USA and Canada


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Camping in a cabin is comfortable camping. It’s not really “roughing it” as you have shelter, heating, and cooking facilities.

Most famous

1- Yosemite National Park (USA)

A rocky beach next to a body of water

Yosemite National Park is one of the most famous Cabin Camping tourist places in the world. There are 12 Cabins available at Yosemite that can accommodate 8 to 10 people each. The rates of these cabins vary depending upon which cabin you book. If you want to stay inside the park, it will cost you $60 per night and if you want to stay outside the park, it will cost an extra $15.

2- Olympic National Park (USA)

A house with a mountain in the background

Olympic National Park has 5 available cabins that can accommodate 6 people each. The price of these cabins starts at $20 and goes up depending on what amenities you want.

3- White Mountains National Forest (USA)

White Mountains National Forest has 13 cabins that are situated in the forest. These cabins vary in size, amenities, and price depending upon which one you choose to rent out. Some of these cabins offer a simple overnight stay for a few people whereas some of them can accommodate 20 or more people.

4- Banff National Park (Alberta, Canada)

Banff national park has 3 cabin campsites for you to choose from. They are called Asulkan, Avalanche, and Cougar Creek cabin campsites. The rates of these three cabins vary depending upon which one you choose to stay in. The minimum number of people that can stay in these cabin camps is 6.

5- Algonquin Provincial Park (Ontario, Canada)

Algonquins provincial park has 19 available cabin campsites for you to choose from. These cabins are scattered throughout the park and some of them offer basic amenities like electricity and water while others offer a little more like showers and running water.

6- Algonquin Provincial Park (Canada)

Algonquins provincial park has 19 available cabin campsites for you to choose from. These cabins are scattered throughout the park and some of them offer basic amenities like electricity and water while others offer a little more like showers and running water.

7- Jasper National Park (Alberta, Canada)

The cabin campsites in Jasper national park are located 30 miles away from the town of Jasper. There are three solar powered cabins available for rent at the White Grass campground. The rates of these cabins vary depending on what time of year you plan on staying in them.

8- Mount Norquay (Alberta, Canada)

Mount Norquay has 3 available cabin campsites for you to choose from and they are called the Exhibition, Ancient Cedars, and K3 cabins. The rates of these cabins vary depending upon which one you choose to rent out and how long you intend to stay in them.

9- Pacific Rim National Park (British Columbia, Canada)

Pacific Rim national park has 5 cabin campsites for you to choose from, and they are called the Brown Bear, Black Bear, Harbour View, Lakeside, and Spruce Grove cabins. The rates of these cabins also vary depending upon which one you choose to rent out.

10- Jasper National Park (Canada)

The basic amenities in these cabins are no electricity, drinking water, and propane stoves. The rates of the cabins vary depending upon which ones you choose to stay in. And the maximum number of people that can stay in these cabins is 6.

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