Rustic Cabins – The Experience
Like the thought of staying overnight in the park, but don't want to camp? Then perhaps a rustic cabin on Beausoleil Island is for you.
Rustic cabins at Cedar Springs (left) and Christian Beach (right) © Parks Canada
Located at both Cedar Spring and Christian Beach, these brand new cabins are equipped with all the gear you need, allowing you to 'rough it' in style. Relax with a roof over your head and the comfort of a bed beneath you.
Each cabin starts with all the basic comforts of home - beds, table, chairs, lights and cooking gear. Boat transportation from Honey Harbour to Beausoleil Island is also included.
Four cabins at each location are available for advance booking.
Cabins can be reserved from the Friday of the Victoria Day weekend (in May) until Canadian Thanksgiving Monday (in October).
Cedar Spring cabins: $160 per night.
Christian Beach cabins: $140 per night.
The minimum length of stay for cabin rentals is 2 nights.
Reserve by calling 1-877-RESERVE (737-3783) or by visiting Parks Canada Campground Reservation Service.
A wheelchair-accessible cabin is available in Cedar Spring Campground.
All cabin rentals include
- Park entry
- Boat transportation
- Vehicle parking on mainland in Honey Harbour
- BBQ with side burner (and propane)
- Picnic table
- Beds, dishes, utensils, cookware
- Kitchen table, chairs and sofa
- Window coverings
- Broom, cleaning supplies, dish soap
- Cupboards or shelves for food storage
What you should bring
- Bring your own sleeping bags, blankets and pillows
- Bring weather-appropriate clothing, flashlight, rain gear, sun-screen, insect repellent and camera
- Bring your own food, drinks and a water container (water in Cedar Spring campground is potable)
- Consider bringing inside slippers or shoes, since the first rule of keeping a clean cabin is to remove outdoor footwear
- An axe (if you know how to use one)
- Matches or lighter to start fire
What you should know
- No plumbing or running water in cabins
- Due to tight boat transportation schedule, check-in and check-out times must be adhered to
- Smoking is not permitted within the cabins
- For safety reasons cooking is not permitted in the cabins
- Come equipped for cold days/nights. Cabins are not heated.
- Cellular phone reception is usually good on Beausoleil Island
- Minimum age to rent a cabin is 18 years
- All park and campground rules apply
- Pets are not allowed
- Cookware (pots and pans)
- Cutting board
- Sharp kitchen knife
- Dish towels, dish pan, dish soap and pot scrubbers
- Broom and dust pan