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Fort Rodd Hill adds tent-like cabins

Snuggle within the walls of historic Fort Rodd Hill with new overnight accommodations.

Park’s Canada’s newest accommodation – a cross between a tent and cabin – offers visitors the rare opportunity to sleep steps from Victoria’s iconic Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site starting May 17.

“Parks Canada oTENTik tents offer a unique blend of homey comfort and a taste of outdoor adventure, an ideal way for visitors who want to discover the joys of camping but prefer the comfort of a bed and a campsite already set up,” said Matthew Payne, Site Manager of Fort Rodd Hill National

Historic Site.

Each Parks Canada oTENTik tent is designed and made in Canada and equipped with a table, chairs and three beds to accommodate up to six visitors.

 

Plan your camping visit online at www.pc.gc.ca.

 

 

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