Pigeon Lake Provincial Park

Comfort Camping

Information: 1-877-537-2757

    Enjoy the beauty of the outdoors with the comforts of a sturdy shelter and a comfy bed. Our yurts are insulated, round, tent-like structures mounted on a wooden deck and completely equipped for your convenience and enjoyment.


Yurts Capacity Available Rate
Large (#119) 8 Person May 10 - Oct 9 $ 165 / night
6 x Medium (#112, 114, 120, 121, 122, 124) 6 Person May 10 - Oct 9 $ 140 / night
Small (#123) 4 Person May 10 - Oct 9 $ 120 / night


What to Bring

    • Food & beverages (groceries available in Village at Pigeon Lake, located 15 minutes southeast)
    • Pillows and sleeping bags or duvets/blankets/sheets
    • Towels, toiletries, hair dryer, etc
    • Flashlight (for walking to the washroom in the dark)
    • A camp stove for cooking OUTSIDE only (if desired)
    • Additional lawn chairs or camping chairs (if desired)
    • Insect repellant and sunscreen
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear, hat and sunglasses


    • Yurts: large (24 feet), medium (20 feet) and small (16 feet), each with a vented skylight and windows (zipper closures)
    • Private sites near Pigeon Lake, close to beach and trails
    • Large - 2 parking stalls; medium & small - 1 parking stall each
  • All yurts are accessible by wheelchair.
  • All units are physically accessible to the washrooms.  Unit C-112 is the closest unit to the fully-accessible shower house. C-124 is the furthest away, about 300 m walking distance. 
  • There is accessible parking available at the shower house. 
  • Vault toilets available in the comfort camping loop.  However, these toilets have a door clearance width less than 0.813 m (32”) which may not accommodate all mobility devices. 
  • The water service in the comfort camping loop is not currently accessible.
  • Unit C-123 is the only unit without bunk beds for the main bed.  It has a queen bed.


  • Check-in time is 4 p.m. Check-out time is 12 p.m. (noon)
  • Pets are not allowed in or around comfort camping sites, with the exception of registered service animals. Service animals are allowed if accompanying a person with a disability, and as long as the animal is kept in control. Users of service animals should have government-issued identification cards for confirmation.
  • Smoking and/or vaping of tobacco and cannabis is strictly prohibited inside the unit and on the deck.