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    Yurts are eight-sided, tent-like structures are mounted on a wooden deck floor and offer electric heat. These structures can sleep up to 6 people, are accessible by vehicle at the Mew Lake Campground and Achray Campground and are suitable for camping year round.

    Mew Lake Campground has 7 yurts available year round.

    Mew Lake Yurt by the CampfireYurt Features & Amenities

    • accommodate up to 6 people
    • bunk beds (2 sets – each with single & double bed, and a vinyl-covered futon mattress)
    • electric heat & one electrical outlet (110V) [not available at Achray Yurt]
    • fluorescent lighting
    • campsite with a 15A & 30A receptacle [not available at Achray Yurt]
    • table with 6 chairs & indoor shelving unit
    • propane barbecue for outdoor use only (propane supplied) [May to Thanksgiving only]
    • cooking utensils, cutlery, dishes, glasses, kettle, pots [Mew Lake Campground Yurt only (not the Achray Campground Yurt), May long
    • weekend to Thanksgiving only]
    • outdoor fire pit & picnic table
    • fire extinguisher & smoke detector

    What should you bring?

    • sleeping bag/bedding, pillow
    • personal items
    • clothing suitable for the time of year (e.g., rain gear, cold-weather clothing)
    • food, coolers with ice
    • cook stove, lantern and fuel (for outdoor use only)
    • cooking and dining necessities (when staying at yurt at Achray Campground, and when at Mew Lake Campground yurts in the off season)
    • camping gear (e.g., flashlight, axe, fire starter, matches, insect repellent, water container, tarp, camping chairs, etc.)
    • extension cord

    Special Rules for Yurt Camping

    • maximum of 6 people allowed
    • two vehicles allowed on sites with yurts at Mew Lake Campground
    • one vehicle only is allowed on the yurt site at Achray Campground
    • cooking, open flames, and smoking are not allowed in yurts
    • pets are not allowed in yurts, or on the site
    • Tents, trailers or RVs are not allowed on a site with a yurt

    Yurt Fees

    All of the yurts in Algonquin Park are $97.18/night, until March 2019.

    Permits allow for overnight stays at Algonquin’s yurts. Seven are available year-round at Mew Lake Campground along the Highway 60 Corridor; one is available only from late April to late October at Achray Campground.

    When you arrive, a security deposit charged by Ontario Parks ranging from $100 to $500 will apply (a credit card deposit will be accepted). The security deposit will be refunded upon checkout, subject to inspection of the accommodations.

    Fees are subject to change by Ontario Parks.

    Reservations

    Visit algonquinpark.ca to reserve your algonquin park yurt.

  • no, in here

    Yurts are eight-sided, tent-like structures are mounted on a wooden deck floor and offer electric heat. These structures can sleep up to 6 people, are accessible by vehicle at the Mew Lake Campground and Achray Campground and are suitable for camping year round.

    Mew Lake Campground has 7 yurts available year round.

    Mew Lake Yurt by the CampfireYurt Features & Amenities

    • accommodate up to 6 people
    • bunk beds (2 sets – each with single & double bed, and a vinyl-covered futon mattress)
    • electric heat & one electrical outlet (110V) [not available at Achray Yurt]
    • fluorescent lighting
    • campsite with a 15A & 30A receptacle [not available at Achray Yurt]
    • table with 6 chairs & indoor shelving unit
    • propane barbecue for outdoor use only (propane supplied) [May to Thanksgiving only]
    • cooking utensils, cutlery, dishes, glasses, kettle, pots [Mew Lake Campground Yurt only (not the Achray Campground Yurt), May long
    • weekend to Thanksgiving only]
    • outdoor fire pit & picnic table
    • fire extinguisher & smoke detector

    What should you bring?

    • sleeping bag/bedding, pillow
    • personal items
    • clothing suitable for the time of year (e.g., rain gear, cold-weather clothing)
    • food, coolers with ice
    • cook stove, lantern and fuel (for outdoor use only)
    • cooking and dining necessities (when staying at yurt at Achray Campground, and when at Mew Lake Campground yurts in the off season)
    • camping gear (e.g., flashlight, axe, fire starter, matches, insect repellent, water container, tarp, camping chairs, etc.)
    • extension cord

    Special Rules for Yurt Camping

    • maximum of 6 people allowed
    • two vehicles allowed on sites with yurts at Mew Lake Campground
    • one vehicle only is allowed on the yurt site at Achray Campground
    • cooking, open flames, and smoking are not allowed in yurts
    • pets are not allowed in yurts, or on the site
    • Tents, trailers or RVs are not allowed on a site with a yurt

    Yurt Fees

    All of the yurts in Algonquin Park are $97.18/night, until March 2019.

    Permits allow for overnight stays at Algonquin’s yurts. Seven are available year-round at Mew Lake Campground along the Highway 60 Corridor; one is available only from late April to late October at Achray Campground.

    When you arrive, a security deposit charged by Ontario Parks ranging from $100 to $500 will apply (a credit card deposit will be accepted). The security deposit will be refunded upon checkout, subject to inspection of the accommodations.

    Fees are subject to change by Ontario Parks.

    Reservations

    Visit algonquinpark.ca to reserve your algonquin park yurt.