These wilderness pods near Toronto might be the perfect socially distanced getaway
If you're looking for a staycation next month and don't want to navigate a hotel or Airbnb, these wilderness pods near Toronto might be the perfect lodging alternative.
Just two hours from Toronto in Norfolk County, this wilderness pod resort offers a socially distanced experience for anyone wanting to escape the city for a bit.
Combining the rustic appeal of camping with the comfort and luxury of a hotel, Long-Point Eco Adventures is a safe way to get away with people in your social circle.
This sprawling retreat offers a ton of overnight accommodations, depending on what kind of "camper" you are.
All facilities are sanitized and deep cleaned and they also offer contact-less check-in.
Part of the appeal of this wilderness retreat is obviously the unique accommodations, but what really makes this place stand out are the facilities that practically make it a summer camp for adults.
The zipline is closed for the season but there's still mountain biking, kayaking, paddle boarding, apiary tours and axe-throwing.
There's also a socially distanced outdoor patio for eating and drinking.
The pods and wilderness suites are fully booked for August but they're still accepting reservations for September and the fall season.
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