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Remoteness Levels

Chose Your Own Adventure: How Remote Do You Prefer Your Cabin Escape?


Ever wonder what a remote off-grid tiny cabin experience is like? Whether you want a true backcountry getaway or prefer to be nestled in the woods with nearby amenities, we have a cabin suited for you!

At Cabinscape, we’ve made things easy for you. Our cabins are ranked from low, medium to high remote. Each level sets the tone for a slightly different cabin experience — choose one that matches your personal adventure style.


HIGH REMOTE CABINS

Want the feeling of being miles away from civilization? Our high remote cabins are the ones for you. These cabins are nestled further away from towns and local shops, so make sure to pack accordingly. 

Our high remote cabins are located in harder-to-access areas. You’ll need 4WD or AWD vehicles to visit these rugged retreats as many are situated on winding roads and off-the-beaten paths. These cabins are ideal for guests wanting a “backcountry camping” experience without the hassle of setting up camp.

In the winter and spring, these cabins are “hike-in only” which means you’ll have to park your car in a designated parking area and hike to your cabin. Don’t let that stop you from enjoying the experience though  — we provide snowshoes and a sled for the trek and the views are always worth it. Consider it a winter adventure!

Stay at our most remote cabins: Mica, Rhya & Mason in Lanark County; and Kaya, Willow, Big Rock, Quasi and Cove cabins in Haliburton Forest.

LOW REMOTE CABINS

Want to experience an off-grid adventure while knowing the comforts of a traditional getaway are close by? Our low remote cabins are still on their own inlets of land that provide a private experience. They are often close to other Cabinscape cabins and local amenities you can take advantage of.

For instance, our Muskoka cabins are a short drive away from the village of Huntsville with lots of shops and dining options. Our Calabogie cabins are located right within the Calabogie Peaks Resort property with access to their amenities including spa and restaurants as well as their skiing and snowboarding facilities. Our Kawarthas cabins are close to the historic town of Fenelon Falls which is peppered with amazing restaurants, breweries and entertainment.

In the summer, most of these cabins can be reached with regular front-wheel drive vehicles and most have drive-in access all year round. As nearly all of these cabins have other Cabinscape locations nearby, they can be ideal for group bookings! Our Kawarthas and Muskoka Camp locations are great for those who want to escape together but have their own space. 

Visit our “low” remote cabins for a fun, comfortable stay. Low remote cabins include all our Kawarathas , Muskoka and Calabogie cabins along with our Juniper and Joni cabins in Lanark County.


MEDIUM REMOTE CABINS

Our moderately remote cabins are a happy medium between our high and low remote level cabins. These cabins are highly private but not too isolated and easy to access with short hike-ins in the winter months. These cabins are perfect for those wanting to have a backcountry experience while being closer to local amenities. 

Stay at our medium remote cabins including Bone, Baylight and Penner cabin in Haliburton Forest and Ember cabin in Lanark County.


You can find our “remoteness grades” on the left-hand side of each cabin page under the cabin description. Choose which one best suits your adventure style or try them all!

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