You select the Lodging component for your stay with us at the resort.
There are two accommodation choices: a themed canvas cabin or a traditional teepee. If you’re travelling with an RV or camper, you can also select a serviced RV site. If you’re tenting, then a traditional campsite will meet your needs.
Not sure which accommodation to choose? Go to Trip Advisorand read the many unsolicited reviews that our guests have posted. These are accurate, unbiased, and show that our guests like us…a lot.
Note: Trains are a fact of life in the Thompson Canyon. Depending upon your point of view, they can be fascinating or frustrating. Come expecting to be fascinated.
New for 2013 – We allow pets! Check out our Pet Policy
The resort has quaint white canvas cabins, fully furnished with antiques, historical memorabilia and two double beds (covered in cosy duvets), and built with wooden floors, decks and framed walls. A propane lantern illuminates the interior with a warm, romantic glow after dark. Linen and towels are provided.
North American First Nations People have been using teepees for thousands of years. Kumsheen takes the personality of Anishinabe-style teepees and furnishes them with the comforts of our canvas cabins to make for a truly unforgettable experience. Linen and towels are provided.
Friendly and family-oriented, our campground reflects our resort’s amiable theme. A common campfire circle around which campers gather encourages meeting new friends.
We expect responsible behavior from our guests, and for everyone’s benefit our quiet time is 11:00 pm (except Saturdays, 12:00 am). If our quiet time is not suitable for you or your group, we will gladly refer you to another campsite in the vicinity.
Six serviced RV sites have 30 amp electrical service but no water or sewer hookups.