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Whether it's in an oTENTik, a Yurt, an Ôasis, or a Rustic Cabin, Fundy National Park's accommodations are great for campers who want a little extra comfort in the wild.

Make it a memorable family experience or couple’s getaway in this hassle-free camping experience with a bit more privacy than the campground.

It's the perfect way for families and friends of all ages to discover the joys of camping without all the muss and fuss.

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oTENTik Outside view of an oTENTik tent

oTENTik

oTENTik Fire wood Camp fire Campfire circle Drinking water Picnic shelter Kitchen shelter Dishwashing station Laundry Showers Men women toilet Hiking Stairs Bicycle Fat bike Lookout Snowshoeing Cross-country skiing, classic Tobogganing Ice skating Kiosk Recyclable waist disposal WiFi Telephone Information Parking

We know you love Fundy, so we’re making your next overnight getaway with us even easier. Here is a comfortable and hassle-free way to enjoy the true nature of Fundy National Park. The Parks Canada oTENTik is a spacious blend of a tent and rustic cabin equipped with beds and furniture on a raised floor.

Experience camping like never before!

Campground Units Charcoal BBQ Fire pit
Headquarters 10 Yes No
Chignecto 10 No Yes
Point Wolfe 10 No Yes
The inside of the oTENTik.
The inside of the oTENTik.

What to Bring

  • Sleeping bags, blankets and pillows
  • Food, drinks and a water container (campground water is potable)
  • Camp stove for outdoor cooking
  • Cooking gear, eating utensils, dishes and a cooler
  • Slippers or indoor shoes - the first rule of keeping a clean Ôasis is to remove outdoor footwear
  • Matches or lighter to start a fire in the fire pit or kitchen shelter
  • Lantern or flashlight

What we offer

  • Inside the tent
  • 1 table
  • 4 chairs
  • 1 bench
  • 1 sleeping area that accommodates up to 5 people
    • Exceptions may be possible for 2 adults with their dependent children to a maximum of 6 people
    • The sleeping area includes comfortable mattresses
  • 1 broom and 1 dustpan
  • 1 solar-powered light
  • 1 propane heater
  • 1 fire extinguisher
  • 1 carbon monoxide/smoke detector
  • Outside the tent
  • A parking space for 1 vehicle
  • A picnic table
  • Two deck chairs
  • Charcoal BBQ (at Headquarters Campground only)
  • Fire pit (at Chignecto and Point Wolfe campgrounds only)
  • Nearby
  • A common service building (showers, toilets, and laundry)
  • A common kitchen shelter
  • A public telephone
  • A common campfire circle

Notice
  • Smoking is NOT permitted in the oTENTik
  • Pets are permitted in oTENTik o72 at Headquarters Campground, oTENTik o4 at Point Wolfe Campground and oTENTik o261 at Chignecto Campground - All other oTENTiks do not allow pets
  • For safety reasons, cooking is NOT allowed inside the oTENTik - A nearby kitchen shelter is available for that purpose
  • Coolers must be stored inside vehicles in order to avoid any conflicts with wildlife
  • It is NOT permitted to use firewood in the charcoal BBQs - if you require charcoal, it can be purchased in the village of Alma
  • The oTENTik must be cleaned prior to departure
  • Check-in: anytime after 3 pm
  • Check-out: no later than 11 am
Yurt A yurt in the summer

Yurt

Yurt Fire wood Campfire circle Drinking water Picnic shelter Kitchen shelter Dishwashing station Laundry Showers Men women toilet Hiking Stairs Bicycle Fat bike Lookout Snowshoeing Cross-country skiing, classic Tobogganing Ice skating Kiosk Recyclable waist disposal WiFi Telephone Information Parking

You would like to overnight in Fundy National Park, but would prefer a comfortable and hassle-free experience in this beautiful natural setting? Here is an offer you will not be able to resist. Come stay in a yurt at the Headquarters campground.

What is a yurt?

The yurt is the traditional dwelling of nomads from Central Asia. Made to resist extreme climates, this circular shape abode has five basic elements: lattice walls, roof beams, a roof ring, a door, and a felt and hide covering. Since the 13th century, yurts have been used by nomadic horse herders as portable homes.

Fundy's yurts are a modernized version of the traditional yurt. They are cozy and warm with insulated walls and roof, and a propane stove. In the summer, the yurts are kept cool with windows, dome and door openings providing cross ventilation.

Inside the yurt.
Inside the yurt.

Your checklist

  • Sleeping bags, blankets and pillows
  • Food, drinks and a water container (Campground water is potable)
  • Camp stove for outdoor cooking
  • Cooking gear, eating utensils, dishes and a cooler
  • Slippers or indoor shoes - the first rule of keeping a clean yurt is to remove outdoor footwear
  • Matches or lighter to start fire in the cook shelter

What we offer

  • The campsite includes

  • Yurt (6 metres / 20 feet in diameter) with a locking door
  • Deck
  • Picnic table
  • Small personal BBQ
  • Two deck chairs (in the summer)
  • Parking for one vehicle
  • An insulated and heated service building containing showers, washrooms, clothes washer and dryer, sinks for dish washing.
  • A cook shelter with wood stove and split firewood are located nearby. There are lockable cupboards in the shelter. Each cupboard is colour coded to a specific yurt (example: red yurt = red cupboard)
  • The yurt includes

  • One single-over-double bunk bed and one double sofa bed with mattresses
  • One table with two chairs and two benches
  • Three coat racks
  • One propane heating stove with ceramic glass viewing area
  • Three solar-powered lights
  • One fire extinguisher
  • One carbon monoxide/smoke detector

Notice
  • Smoking is NOT permitted in the yurts
  • Pets are permitted in Yurt Y4
  • Yurts Y1, Y2, Y3 and Y5 are pet free
  • For safety reasons, cooking is NOT allowed inside the yurts
  • It is NOT permitted to use firewood in the charcoal BBQs. If you require charcoal, it can be purchased in the village of Alma
  • The yurt must be cleaned prior to departure
  • Check-in: anytime after 3 pm
  • Check-out: no later than 11 am
Ôasis Outside view of the Ôasis

Ôasis

Ôasis Fire wood Camp fire Drinking water Picnic shelter Kitchen shelter Dishwashing station Showers Men women toilet Hiking Kiosk Recyclable waist disposal Telephone Information

Looking for a cool place to stay? Parks Canada now offers the Ôasis in a few select national parks. The Fundy Ôasis is located at the Point Wolfe Campground.

What to Bring

  • Sleeping bags, blankets and pillows
  • Food, drinks and a water container (campground water is potable)
  • Camp stove for outdoor cooking
  • Cooking gear, eating utensils, dishes and a cooler
  • Slippers or indoor shoes - the first rule of keeping a clean Ôasis is to remove outdoor footwear
  • Matches or lighter to start a fire in the fire pit or kitchen shelter
  • Lantern or flashlight
The exterior of the Ôasis.
The exterior of the Ôasis.

What we offer

  • Inside the Ôasis

  • 1 platform bed with mattresses
  • The platform bed transforms into a table with benches in the day time
  • 1 wood ladder to climb to the loft hammock (less than 160 kg)
  • 1 broom and 1 dustpan
  • 1 fire extinguisher
  • 1 carbon monoxide/smoke detector
  • The Ôasis can accommodate 2 adults and 2 kids (less than 160 kg for both kids)
  • The Ôasis is NOT heated
  • Outside the Ôasis

  • A parking space for 1 vehicle
  • A picnic table
  • Two deck chairs
  • A fire pit
  • Nearby

  • A common service building (showers, toilets)
  • A common kitchen shelter
  • A public telephone (at the entrance kiosk)

Notice
  • Smoking is NOT permitted in the Ôasis
  • Pets are NOT allowed
  • For safety reasons, cooking is NOT allowed inside the Ôasis. Please use a kitchen shelter for this purpose or cook outdoors at your site.
  • Coolers must be stored inside vehicles to avoid any conflicts with wildlife
  • The Ôasis must be cleaned prior to departure
  • Check-in: anytime after 3 pm
  • Check-out: no later than 11 am
Rustic cabin A rustic cabin at night

Rustic cabin

Cabin Fire wood Camp fire Picnic area Outhouse Hiking Fat bike Mountain bike Snowshoeing Cross-country skiing, classic

Away from it all

Ever dream of overnighting in a little cabin in the woods, away from it all? You can do just that in Fundy National Park. Three fully insulated rustic cabins are available for rent through the Parks Canada reservation system.

They are located along Hastings Road, Maple Grove Trail and the Black Horse trail. They offer great views of the Bay of Fundy. Park and walk a short distance to your cabin. Enjoy the night sky, sounds of nature… and just relax.

Walk-in distance to each cabin

May to October January to March
Hastings cabin 150 m 7.2 km return ski or snowshoe trek (groomed - Yellow Trail)
Maple Grove cabin 900 m (hiking or biking) 3.5 km return ski or snowshoe trek (partially groomed - Red Trail)
McKinley cabin 4.4 km (hiking) 6.2 km return ski or snowshoe trek (groomed - Black Horse Trail)
The Rustic's cabin exterior.
The Rustic's cabin exterior.

What to Bring

  • Water (you must bring water, there is no water supply on site)
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping mat (mattresses are not included)
  • Food
  • Cooking gear, dishes and a cooler
  • Matches or lighter to start a fire in the woodstove or in the outside fire pit
  • Lantern

What we offer

  • Inside the cabin

  • 1 table
  • 2 benches
  • 2 bunk beds. The cabin can accommodate 4 people
  • 1 broom and 1 dustpan
  • 1 woodstove for heat and cooking
  • 1 fire extinguisher
  • 1 carbon monoxide/smoke detector
  • Outside the cabin

  • A composting toilet
  • A picnic table
  • Two deck chairs
  • A fire pit
  • Firewood supply

Notice
  • Visitors must check in and check out at the Visitor Information Centre
  • Pack in, pack out: do not leave garbage on site or inside the cabin. Bear-proof garbage cans are located at the rustic cabin parking lot.
  • Smoking is NOT permitted in the rustic cabin
  • Pets are NOT allowed
  • The cabin must be swept clean prior to departure
  • Winter parking for the cabins is in the Chignecto Recreation Area
  • Check-in: anytime after 3 pm
  • Check-out: no later than 11 am

Fees

Fees vary during the peak and shoulder season. Please consult our detailed fees list.


A few rules
  • Don't move firewood - Importing firewood is prohibited
  • Headquarters and Point Wolfe campgrounds: visitors must check in and check out at the campground kiosk during the peak season and at the Visitor Centre after Labour Day
  • Chignecto Campground: visitors must check in and check out at the campground kiosk
  • Pets must be kept on a leash at all times
  • It is illegal to feed wildlife in national parks
  • Keep your campsite clean, animals are attracted by human food and waste
  • Excessive noise will not be tolerated, day or night
  • Quiet time is from 11 pm to 7 am
  • Please refer to our Hours of operation page for a complete list of operating dates/hours and also check the General Campground Information page for more information