oTENTik Camping in Canada: Why it’s Awesome

oTENTik camping in Canada. Have you tried it? If not, you are missing out on a fun experience!

When researching lodging in and around national parks, I always try to search out unique accommodations. Preferably something in the park or as close to the park as possible. Because we fly to most destinations, camping isn’t usually an option for us and “glamping” is more my style anyway: I am fine cooking my food on a fire and peeing in the woods – I just want warmth and a bed please and thanks! And if someone else could set up the tent, I am even happier.

On a recent road trip which included Banff, the Icefields Parkway and Jasper, I found the perfect solution: the oTENTik. Of course the Canadians thought up this affordable “almost-glamping-but-still-camping” experience! And it was perfect.

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Road Trip: National Parks of Utah and Arizona

An 11-day/1600-mile road trip covering National Parks of Utah and Arizona – including Zion, Bryce, Arches and the Grand Canyon. Travelers included our family with 3 kids ages 6-13. Enjoyed hiking among and above hoodoos, canyons and arches. Stayed in a variety of accommodations. Month of travel: April.

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