Fall camping 2020 - While we are under construction, we have one pull-through site with 20 amp; no water or dump station; suitable for rigs up to 30 feet with good clearance; unheated outhouse; firepit.
Check our glamping page for info on our heated bunkie cabin.
If you want to include your horse in your vacation plans, or if you are travelling and need to get your horse off the trailer for the night, we can accommodate rigs up to 35' on our looped driveway.
We have sturdy pens for your horse, and parking for your horse trailer, with water hose, RV dump station, and 20 amp plug.
Rates: $50 per rig: includes parking, services, corrals for 2 horses, outhouse, outdoor shower. Additional horses: $10 each.
BYO buckets & feed.
Masterfeeds products available for purchase, as well as hay, straw, shavings.
Check-in before dusk please. Flexible check-out times. Quiet time: 10pm-7am.
If you don't have a living quarters trailer, consider renting one of our new, rustic bunkies (sleep cabins) for a comfortable glamping experience. (See Glamping page in menu above.)
Lake of the Woods is only a mile away and boasts some of the best fishing anywhere. We can refer you to guides.
Only a 3-minute hike to quiet Rabbit Lake for paddling, fishing and swimming. 20-minute walk to Garrow Park public beach, playground, & pickleball courts. Hike or bike on woodsy trails right from your campsite.
If you bring your horse or quad and want to explore miles of remote Boreal forest trails with horse swimming opportunities, we can direct you where to trailer out to for a day's outing.
Fire pits available, and free firewood (u-pick deadfall) for 2020.
Two dogs per site allowed (friendly, leashed, quiet and attended please; no dogs in horse/farm area for insurance/safety purposes).
Downtown Kenora is within walking distance for dining, shopping, entertainment and other urban services.
Our little farm and campground are tucked into the woods, and you won't believe you are still right in town.
We are only a mile off the TransCanada Highway, between Hwy 17 and Hwy 17A bypass.
Our eco-efforts: We provide guests with compost pails so that all food scraps can go to the chickens and not be wasted, or attract flies, skunks and bears to the garbage cans. Recycling is encouraged, and 'adult beverage empties' are donated to the local dog rescue. Manure is composted to use in our garden, and natural pest control methods are used.