Campgrounds in autumn have a spiritual essence. Often somber after long summer days of splashing and cycling, the crisping leaves rustle a little louder and the misty morning air invigorates.
If you can fight the September hustle and bustle attached with back-to-school mayhem, coupled with the urge to reinstate family routines, it’s worth the effort to try fall Glamping.
Whether canoeing at Kejimkujik National Park, exploring the Valley or embracing the vibrant colour of Cape Breton Island, here’s some Glamping advice on planning for those warm autumn days and crisp nights.
Sites with electric hook-up are great for early- and late-season camping. Whether in a tent or pop-up, having the option to run a little tent-friendly heater is essential for those chilly, early-morning hours.
Hot water bottles are a great backup to a heater. Put one in your sleeping bag a half-hour before bedtime.