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Escape to Serenity

Escape to Serenity: 

Unwind in CABINSCAPE’s Off-Grid Retreats and Reconnect with Nature

You wake up in an off-grid cabin in the forest, the sound of birds chirping and trees rustling outside your window. Nature’s alarm clock. You make a cup of coffee and sit outside on the deck to breathe in the fresh air.  With no plans in sight, you are free to see where the day takes you. Should you take a leisurely walk? Hop in the canoe and explore the lake before the rest of the world wakes up? Or simply relax with a good book? The day is yours, free from distraction. Welcome to CABINSCAPE. 

Disconnect to Reconnect: My Weekend at Cabinscape

I spent my weekend at CABINSCAPE embracing the peace that comes with not having a packed schedule, which almost feels like an act of rebellion in a world that values constant productivity. I made breakfast in the morning and went outside to drink my morning cup. I was greeted by a family of deer at the end of the driveway. They stared at me briefly before running off, but that was the moment I really felt myself relax. I was with nature. The birds were singing, I could see the lake, and I consciously decided to do nothing for the rest of the morning. After I made myself lunch, I set out on a hike. I took time to focus on breathing in the fresh air and feeling the wind on my face. Once I got back to the cabin, I took a nap outside before dinner. I watched the sunset over the horizon of the lake before retreating inside to read my book. I spent the day being intentional about my time and energy, and it was exactly what I needed.

The Benefits of Nature: Why Spending Time Outdoors is More Important Than Ever Before

With locations across Ontario, CABINSCAPE offers the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With sustainability and comfort at the forefront of each cabin’s design, you will have everything you need, without the excess. A space to clear your mind and reconnect with the world around you. The cabins are solar-powered, eco-friendly, and vary in levels of remoteness to suit your preference. What they all have in common though, is immersing you in the outdoors. 

There are countless benefits to spending time in the great outdoors, from reducing stress and anxiety to improving overall physical health. Studies have shown that being in nature can reduce anxiety and depression, improve mood, and increase feelings of happiness and well-being. Simply taking a walk in the forest surrounding your cabin or sitting outside and enjoying the natural environment can have a powerful effect on the mind and body. In addition to mental health benefits, connecting with nature can also improve physical health. Outdoor activities are available nearby like hiking, paddling, and biking provide a great workout! Spending time in nature has even been shown to boost the immune system, thanks to exposure to the diverse microbes found in the earth and natural surroundings.

Nature’s Classroom: How Being Outside Cultivates Environmental Stewardship

Spending time in nature can be a transformative experience, one that can inspire us to take action to reduce our environmental impact. By immersing ourselves in the natural world, we can gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the interconnectedness of all things and the fragile balance that sustains life on our planet. With that understanding can come to a deeper sense of responsibility – inspiring us to take action to protect the planet and become environmental stewards. So next time you have the chance to spend time in nature, take advantage of it – you never know how it might inspire you to make a positive impact on the world.

CABINSCAPE offers the perfect opportunity to unwind, recharge, and reconnect with nature. So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and escape to the forest, where the days will be yours to explore at your leisure.

Renee de Ronde is the face behind The Eco Fam. She is a wife, mother of two and environmentalist at heart. She aims to inspire others to live a more sustainable lifestyle and get outside to connect with the world around them through responsible travel. To follow her journey, find her here.

Blog & Photo Credits: Renee de Ronde
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