Canada is known throughout the world for much, but few aspects of this great country can compare to the awe-inspiring splendor of its national parks. These natural jewels showcase the beauty of Canada's environment with an extensive array of flora and fauna and breathtaking scenes of towering mountains and sparkling waters. When you book a cabin rental by one of these national parks, that natural splendor will be all around you. All you have to do is look out a window or step outside. Discover the top cabin rentals in national parks around Canada that may be perfect for your next vacation.
Explore cabins by Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
At Pacific Rim National Park, you'll find the best that Canada's western coast has to offer. Whether you're looking to venture along the beachfront or venture out into the water in a kayak, this national park showcases the breathtaking natural forces that formed Canada's shore. You can learn about the native Nuu-chah-nulth people, hike the famous West Coast Trail, or catch some waves throughout the park's numerous surfing opportunities. When you book a cabin around this park, you'll have easy access to all its offerings plus the isolated and comfortable retreat you're looking for.
Forest view cabin
This forest view cabin offers a cosy retreat by Pacific Rim National Park Reserve with room enough for four people to sleep comfortably in its two bedrooms. This private cabin sits high in the trees granting a scenic view in all directions, and especially if you venture out onto its raised deck area. There's even a sunken hot tub in the cabin alongside typical amenities like an outside BBQ grill, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a washer and dryer. While the national park is all around you, you can especially enjoy the fact that Cox Bay is just a few steps away through the trees from the isolated cabin.
Discover cabin rentals in Banff National Park
As the oldest national park in Canada, Banff National Park holds a special place in the heart of the country. You can find a variety of natural wonders here from towering snowy peaks to sparkling lakes. There are even sprawling meadows and dense forests in between offering virtually endless opportunities for outdoor adventurers to explore the region. Whether you're planning on hiking, cycling, kayaking, or simply relaxing and taking in the sights, nothing lets you explore the region quite like a quality cabin. From there, you'll find yourself get up close and personal with the surrounding nature without having to sacrifice any of the comforts of home.
Rocky Mountain cabin
When you book your stay at this stand alone cabin, you can experience the best of the Rocky Mountains. The cabin itself is tucked among the peaks of this immense mountain range where you'll find an undeniable aura of peace and tranquility. There's room enough for six people to sleep comfortably with a queen-size bed in the master and two double beds in the loft, and you can even make use of the pull out sofa bed. The wood burning fireplace comes with all the firewood you need during your stay, and the cabin features an indoor pool and sauna that can keep you warm and relaxed even when visiting during the winter. The cabin itself is located about a kilometer out from Banff, so you can enjoy the surrounding nature while having easy access to the local town.
Find adventure with a cabin in Thousand Islands National Park
Unlike a typical national park, Thousand Islands National Park consists of a chain of islands within the Saint Lawrence River in Ontario. While it's small compared to most other national parks in Canada, there's plenty of adventure waiting in its 20+ islands. You'll find vibrant lush terrain and plenty of hiking trails that let you explore it all in person. Of course, you can always venture out in a boat if you're looking for a more aquatic experience. There are even rare birds and turtles in the area if you're more interested in the local wildlife. By booking a cabin among the islands, you can be just steps away from this unforgettable adventure.
Private island cabin
Cabins often offer a more isolated experience, but this private island cabin takes that to the next level. Located among Thousand Islands National Park in the St. Lawrence River, this cabin is able to offer room enough for six guests in its two bedrooms. With just a short step outside, you'll find yourself seeing unrivaled views of the river as you'll be right in the middle of it. There's a boathouse and dock space with plenty of room for boats, and there's a cove suitable for swimming. With just a simple boat ride back to shore, you can explore much of the surrounding attractions including Smuggler's Glen Golf Course.