Forget 5-star resorts—glampers at an off-grid property in Whitney, Ontario can pay for millions more as they camp and stargaze at Four Corners Algonquin.
Situated just 4 kilometers outside Algonquin Provincial Park (Ontario), the glamping property is ready to blast off as it provides an intergalactic camping experience with guided night sky tours, campfires under the starlit sky, and out-of-this-world accommodations such as a bubble tent with a transparent roof.
Glamping off-the-beaten-path at Four Corners has its benefits. For one, being away from city lights makes it an ideal spot to watch meteor showers, and there is no better way to do it than in a domed bubble tent.
Rounded on top, the transparent vinyl roof gives the perfect access to cosmic night sky views. Meanwhile, the opaque white vinyl on the bottom provides enough privacy.
Although glamorous, the Bubble Huts are a great way to connect with nature. The structures are “breathing” as they run entirely on a dedicated solar photovoltaic power system to keep them connected to fans, so they remain inflated. Because of this, the bubbles respond to outside influences where they can sway like trees on a windy day.
Each Bubble Hut is sturdy and built on a dodecagon base, withstanding certain weather events, which also make for an unforgettable experience. Think: watching the rain fall from the sky through the clear domed roof in the comfort of a mattress.
Outside, traditional camping is never out of the picture, with a wooden deck, picnic table, barbecue, firepit, and Muskoka chairs provided.
At the eco-friendly site, newbie stargazers can also learn about space and have a look at authentic Canadian skies through telescopes during the viewing of the Perseid Meteor Shower, guided by an astrophysicist. Somewhere between the fall and spring, Northern Lights become visible as well.
The 90-acre property also offers safari tents, pole tents, and tiny houses for accommodation when it comes to other glamping options.
While the property provides an immersive off-grid glamping experience, adventurers can take advantage of the local area. Algonquin Park alone has lots of fishing, hiking, biking, cliff jumping, and more to offer.
Just a four-minute drive from Four Corners, glampers can visit a public beach and lake. Restaurants are also dotted across the area, so foodies are sure to enjoy their trip.
The property has hosted guests from Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America, according to its website. Owned and operated by Angela and John Pollak, four Corners Algonquin transcends all four corners of cardinal directions and takes glamping to the stars.
Those interested in knowing more about the Ontario glamping site can visit https://www.fourcornersalgonquin.ca/.
Featured image from Four Corners Algonquin.
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