Discover nature with the best cabins in Jasper National Park

A wilderness cabin in Canada's National Parks, like cabins in Jasper National Park, offers a whole world of fun and outdoor adventures. These parks offer just about every kind of landscape you might want on a vacation. Whether you're a family on holiday or a couple on a romantic weekend, you can find attractions like rock climbing, nature trail hiking, boating, fishing, bird watching, swimming, and all manner of other offerings for your holiday nature excursion. All it takes is securing a rental cabin, and you'll find all the excitement and adventure you need for an unforgettable travel experience.

Gros Morne National Park

Gros Morne National Park cabins place you in close proximity to a wide variety of nearby attractions and points of interest. These include the entire Newfoundland region, Rocky Harbour, Glenburnie, Birchy Head, Shoal Brook, Bonne Bay, and many others. See lavish green mountains in the spring and endless seas of ice in the winter. There are a number of attractions to enjoy and tons of lodging styles to secure as well. You can enjoy a rental with just enough cozy space for 2, to one that offers plenty of space for a large group to get together and party the night away every night and everything in between.

Waterton Lakes National Park

For those who love the idea of a waterfront freshwater excursion, Waterton Lakes National Park is a great option. In this park area, your rental cabin will give you access to a championship level golf course, a marina where you can watch the boats come in and out, or even hop on your own to get out on Bowman Lake or Kintla Lake, or you can visit the waterfalls at Cameron Falls. Your cabin rental here also puts you in close proximity to many urban centres like Mountain View, Cardston, and Waterton where you can go shopping, dining, and enjoy live entertainment.

Bruce Peninsula National Park

Located in the heart of Ontario not far from Niagara Falls, Bruce Peninsula National Park offers a large forested ridge and stretches through southern Ontario. Its primary attraction is the Grotto, a limestone cave that overlooks the clear waters of the Georgian Bay. Not far away, Indian Head Cove is framed by sheer cliffs, while those looking for a beachfront holiday will love Singing Sands Beach along the shores of Lake Huron, which offers shallow waters, calm surf, sand dunes, and even a boardwalk. Nature lovers will enjoy hiking the caves, forests, and cliffs of the Bruce Trail.

Banff National Park

Banff National Park offers points of interest such as quaint areas like Edelweiss Village and Sunshine Village, with boutique shops offering arts and crafts surrounded by the Canadian Rockies. Fans of winter sports will love a visit to the Nakiska Ski Resort, while history buffs won't want to miss a trip to check out the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies. At the famous Radium Hot Springs, you can relax in the healing, naturally warm pools. Of course, there are nearby cities like Banff itself and Canmore where you can enjoy more cosmopolitan attractions as well.

Parc National du Bic

Located in Quebec, Parc National du Bic (or Bic National Park) covers 33.2 square kilometres of untamed wilderness. It's along the southern shores of the St. Lawrence River and is just a few minutes from the villages of Saint-Fabien and Le Bic where you can enjoy dining, shopping, and quaint country surroundings. One of the most popular reasons to secure a rental cabin in Parc National du Bic is to see the huge populations of harbour seals and gray seals that live in the region. There are plenty of cabins, cottages, and bungalows to secure just minutes from this exciting pristine wilderness region.

Point Pelee National Park

The southwestern Ontario preserve known as Point Pelee National Park is a peninsula that extends into Lake Erie and is comprised of woodland and wetland habitats. It's a popular destination for bird watching and wildlife viewing, so those who enjoy hiking and nature walks will love it. It's also a designated dark-sky preserve, where light pollution is strictly regulated to promote astronomy studies. That makes this an ideal place to watch the stars if you're a couple on a romantic weekend away from it all. All it takes is booking a comfortable and updated cabin just minutes away from the park.