Parks Canada Introduces Tent-Like Shelter

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April 17, 2013 by   - () Leave a Comment

New "tent-like" structure available through Parks Canada.

Parks Canada has found a convenient way for people who prefer to camp in comfort to enjoy an overnight in the great outdoors, CTV, Canada, reported.

oTENTik tents are available in several Parks Canada campgrounds in Canada and are ideal for families and those who prefer a few creature comforts.

The tents are made with wooden frames covered in canvas and also have a wood floor.

Each unit has two queen-sized beds and a double bed and can accommodate up to six people.

The tents also have space under the beds to store additional equipment and supplies.

Parks Canada will be putting in 20 oTENTik camp spots in the Banff and Kootney National Parks later this summer and plans to open another 10 in Jasper next year.

Campers can book oTENTik tents through the Parks Canada reservation system as they become available.


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