A combination of cabins and campsites, perfect for a romantic getaway for two or a large girls group. Our goal at Stellas is to provide a wonderful place for you to "getaway". We offer luxurious amenities with rustic surroundings.
Explore our website to see for yourself why we stand out from other gay communities in Ontario. The Season Begins In. We offer over acres for sunning, hiking
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At Purple Roofs, we list thousands of gay friendly and gay owned accommodations, and yours could be next. If your accommodations welcome the LGBT community, add them here. Featuring gourmet breakfasts, fireplaces in bedrooms as well as on-site boutique and gorgeous outdoor patio area.
Gay camping! Is this an oxymoron, or a play on words? My first thoughts are do gay men camp, in a tent?
My family and I are planning to visit Toronto in mid July I am looking for a quiet, clean, family oriented campground, either private or provincial, that would provide a nice base from which to visit the area attractions. I have a pop-up tent trailer.
Planning a Wasaga Beach camping adventure? Our comprehensive guide to camping in Wasaga Beach offers suggestions on the top Wasaga Beach campgrounds. This summer Wheel Estate challenged me to explore my own backyard by organizing an RV camping trip to a local park or campground. After doing a simple search to see what RVs were available for rent in Ontario I played around with the websites responsive map to see what parks and campgrounds were located nearby.
We wanted to be sure to thank you for "going the extra mile" - with your service and customer care! We had a great vacation, thanks to both of you! Not only did you loan us a vehicle to drive around Kennebunkport, one afternoon when the lobsters we ordered were a little delayed, you ERASED the price of the two lobster dinners and on top of that gave us two 2 FREE nights of camping!!!
While it hardly qualified me as a wilderness expert, my time as a Cub Scout and Boy Scout at least gave me a general idea of what camping is all about. But even that kind of familiarity is not something many, if not most, immigrants possess when they arrive in this land of lakes, forests and campgrounds. For much of this decade, Parks Canada, the national parks service, and some of its provincial counterparts have been holding learn-to-camp programs at various levels of complexity, although all appear more complete than the chaos of Cub Scout camping. They are aimed at novices, generally, but have attracted many immigrants.