Stargazing Cabin in Our Dark Sky Preserve
Our rustic wilderness stargazing cabin is located in the interior of our park in our Dark Sky Preserve. Featuring a double bed, one set of bunk beds, one single bed, and a full-size couch with matching chair, the cabin sleeps 5 people. It is fully insulated, which regulates the temperature and keeps you comfortable in all weather conditions. There is a full-size stove top (no oven), camp lights which all run on propane, and the cabin is heated with an airtight wood stove with a glass door creating a warm glowing ambience. You will need to bring your own cooler as there is no fridge. Eco-showers, a comfort station, our summer kitchen, and dish-washing station are available for use in main campground area (a five-minute drive from the cabin). Water is transported from the main campground in five-gallon jugs and can be filled at the office in the main campground area. There is a private privy on site which is kept spotless. All pots, pans, and dishes are supplied. Please bring your own cooler(s), towels (dish and bath), pillows and sleeping bags.This cabin is non-smoking, and all Dark Sky Preserve rules must be adhered to. People planning to come to the Dark Sky Preserve to camp should be aware that we have a NO WHITE LIGHT rule on the preserve. Any light has to be red in colour or covered in a red filtering material such as a red garbage bag or red plastic. Read more about our Dark Sky Preserve.
All overnight guests get free access to our nature centre and hiking trails and have the option to pay once and play as often as they like on our 18 hole mini putt course and solar heated swimming pool.
*please note that pets are allowed in the park but are not permitted inside the cabin.
Regular Rate- $140 /Night
Long Weekend Rate- $150 /Night
Price includes 4 people
Extra persons- $10 /night per person
Maximum 5 people
Bedding available for $10 /Night per person
Gordon’s Park is proud to be an accommodations partner with the Chi-Cheemaun Destination Manitoulin Program, which offers discounts to Manitoulin Island visitors.