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COVID NOTICE – PLEASE READ

JUNE 30: ONTARIO ENTERS STEP 2 OF REOPENING

BEFORE YOU LEAVE FOR YOUR VISIT: Please check this page for updates.

Our standard cancellation policy is in effect. Any guests who have traveled outside of Canada in the past 14 days, have been in contact with infected individuals, or who are showing symptoms of the COVID-19 virus must reschedule or cancel their visit. If you are no longer able to make your booking or feel you are at risk for transmission, please contact us at bookings@cabinscape.com.

Government of Ontario Documentation: SAFETY MEASURES | ONTARIO REOPENING ROAD MAP

To ensure your safety and the safety of the local communities around our cabins, we strongly advise you to gas up and do ALL your shopping BEFORE arriving, and to always wear a mask if visiting  local establishments during your visit.

Dear Guest,

We look forward to welcoming you to our cabin! Our cabins are an off grid experience. We highly recommend reviewing our House Manual before your visit to help you best prepare. In addition, all guests must review and sign our liability waiver prior to their visit. Please fill out and sign the below waiver and review all of the below information in detail.

Let us know if you have any questions. If you have any questions during your stay, best to send us a quick text.

Our on-site support number is : (289) 206-1193

Have a great getaway!

Best,
Laura and John
Co-Owners
CABINSCAPE

Current Access/Weather Conditions: This cabin is a hike-in only cabin. Cars are not permitted on the Tay Havelock Trail. Please park your car and follow the hiking instructions below. (It is a 500 metre hike from the parking lot.)

Water: Running water is currently turned ON for the season. We provide 20 litres of drinkable water in jugs. Tap water is NOT drinkable.

BEARS: Be aware, there have been reports of bear sightings in the area. Our cabins are located in the wilderness and you may encounter wildlife during your trip. Please DO NOT leave food (or coolers) out, and educate yourself on how to manage a bear encounter by reviewing this BEAR WISE FACT SHEET.

TENT CATERPILLARS: Be Aware, widespread tent caterpillar outbreaks have been occurring across Ontario over the last few years. We are now seeing many caterpillars emerge on our property this season. Do no be alarmed to see many around our cabin/property. These caterpillars are harmless to humans, but do cause major damage to our tree canopy. Unfortunately, we cannot control mother nature. 

What to bring

  • Your own food & drink
  • Your own towels, sheets, pillows, pillow cases and blankets (in response to Covid-19, we have removed ALL bedding and towels from our cabins)
  • Flashlight or headlamp
  • Firewood (please review the fire advisories for the area before burning)
  • Lighters
  • Camping chairs 
  • Bug repellent
  • Warm clothing

EMBER CABIN ADDRESS:

460 Armstrong Line, Maberly, Ontario
(This will take you to the trail head. Park in the the trailhead parking area and hike in from there.)

DIRECTIONS:

Our cabin’s address is 460 Armstrong Line, Maberly, Ontario.  It is on the West side of the road about 500 meters down the Tay-Havelock Rail Trail on the North (right) side. You will see our cabin lane entering off the trail after you hike in.

– Take Hwy 7 to Armstrong Line and turn South (Left Turn coming from Ottawa / Right turn coming from Toronto)

– Turn onto Armstrong Line

– Just over 2 Kilometers along Armstrong Line you will see the Tay/Havelock Rail trail and the blue civic sign.

– Turn right onto the trail and park your car in the designated Cabinscape parking area.

– You can use the wagon to haul your gear back along the trail.
WAGON LOCK CODE: 0721. Please lock wagon back up upon your departure.

– Continue West along the trail about 500 meters. Upon your arrival you will see our Cabinscape sign and our lane with cedar gate. If you have crossed the river you have gone too far.

NOTE: Along your hike the neighbour’s dogs may bark at you. There is an “invisible electric fence” that prevents them from coming out onto the trail. While they are harmless, they are protective of their own property. Please keep your pups on a leash while hiking in.

ENTERING CABIN:

There is a Lock Box beside the door with key inside. When you leave the cabin, please lock the cabin and leave the key inside lock box.

(LOCK BOX CODE IS: 0721)

*Generator lock box code is: 721

Maps and Manuals

Please review the below maps and manuals in detail: