Larger than the United States and with a smaller population, Canada boasts a rich, diverse landscape of mountains, beaches and lakes with a wealth of wildlife and natural beauty. Whether you holiday in the Canadian Rockies or plan to visit Nova Scotia, log cabin options abound. They range from simple and isolated to more luxurious and located near lodges.
Northern Rockies Vacations
Northern Rockies Vacations resides in northernmost summits of the Rocky Mountains of Canada. The area is remote and offers a wealth of outdoor activities such as fly fishing excursions, safaris to view local wildlife, canoe trips and visits to nearby Nahanni National Park. The company has floatplane entry to the neighbouring backcountry. Accommodations consist of small log cabins along the lake or in the main lodge, which looks like an oversized log cabin. For those who crave more solitude, you can stay at an outpost cabin that is more remote and allows you to completely commune with nature. The cabins are heated, come with two beds and an adjoining bathroom.
Northern Rockies Vacations
Mile 462 Alaska Highway, Box 8
Muncho Lake, BC
Canada V0C 1Z0
Banff National Park
Banff National Park covers 2,564 square miles and is located 90 minutes west of Calgary, Alberta. The park offers a near endless supply of outdoor activities and an unparalleled vista of nature. You can canoe down the still Bow River, or on Lake Louise or Moraine Lake. You can hike through intricate trails or take a boat to the Columbia Icefield. The park offers a wealth of accommodations from lodges to resorts, but also has an array of cabins at the Cross River Wilderness Centre that are environmentally friendly and rustically decorated. Alternatively, the Storm Mountain Lodge has a range of cabins with beds made from logs, fireplaces and vintage tubs with clawfoot details.
Cross River Wilderness Centre
Robert & Marilyn Patenaude
428 Parkridge Cr. S.E.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Storm Mountain Lodge, Cabins & Fine Dining
Box 3249 Banff
Salmon View Log Cabins
Salmon View Log Cabins is a seasonally operated company with a range of modest cabins located along the Fleur de Lis Trail situated in Grand River, Nova Scotia. Open from spring to fall, you can indulge in warmer weather activities such as hiking the nearby trails, birdwatching, canoeing, fishing and swimming at Point Michaud beach. You can even hunt in the autumn. Cabins are simply furnished; there are single or double beds, a sofa with bed, kitchens with a refrigerator, microwave and stove and on-site laundry facilities.
538 East Side Road
Grand River, Nova Scotia
Canada, B0E 1M0
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