Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada
The yurts are closed for the winter and will reopen on May 17, 2013.
Yurt Camping at Cyprus Lake
What is a yurt? | Why stay in a yurt?
Ten (10) yurts along the shore of Cyprus Lake are a new and unique camping experience in Bruce Peninsula National Park.
Kick back and feel the lake breeze from your deck. Cozy up to the campfire and watch the sunset over the lake. Gaze up at the starry sky through the skylight dome as you drift off to sleep in a comfortable bed.
Book a yurt today to begin a magical vacation in Bruce Peninsula National Park!
Campers enjoying the yurt at Cyprus Lake
© Parks Canada
What is a yurt?
The yurts at Cyprus Lake are a modern version of a traditional dwelling used by the nomads of Central Asia. Yurts are a semi-permanent tent-like structure, circular in shape with a wooden lattice frame. Although yurts are classified as a tent, they are much stronger and offer better shelter from the weather. Our yurts are 6m (20ft) in diameter and well-appointed with furnishings including a woodstove, beds, large deck and propane BBQ. Each yurt has a locking door.
Why stay in a yurt?
Convenience: Arrive at your site and you don't have to set up any camping gear!
Comfort: Enjoy sleeping on a comfortable bed, instead of the ground.
Beat the weather: Stoke up the wood fireplace to keep you warm and cozy in the yurt during cold weather. In the summer, the yurts are kept cool with breezes through the window, roof dome and screened doors.