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oTENTiks at Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site

603 Fort Rodd Hill Rd, Victoria, British Columbia V9C 2W8 Canada
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Take advantage of the exclusive right to stay overnight in Canada's best preserved west coast artillery fort! Experience camping in the new way, with a comfy bed. Each furnished oTENTik sleeps six and includes a BBQ, campfire pit and firewood. It's only a short walk to the spectacular Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site. Available Mid May through September long weekend.
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5.1 miles to Inner Harbour Airport
4.9 miles to Inner Harbour
4.9 miles to Inner Harbour Airport
4.8 miles to Royal BC Museum
6.9 miles to Inner Harbour Airport
2.5 miles to Goldstream Provincial Park
0.7 miles to Inner Harbour Airport
0.6 miles to Royal BC Museum
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Try Glamping! A little glamor with a little of the rugged camping. This historic world war 1 and 2 museum Provincial Park offers an insight to what the brave men and women of Canada lived like day to day during history most trying times. Our family stayed for 2 nights here, should’ve stayed longer, it was an amazing adventure. We had the whole entire park to ourselves nightly from 5:30pm that was closed off from the public to the following day when it was opened back to the public. We loved exploring all 3 off the battalions and walking to the light house to capture the sunset and enjoying the majestic views. Special thanks to Shauna, Jessica and the many staffs from Fort Rodd Hill Historic Provincial Park. You made our stays memorable and picture perfect. We will be back over and over again cause of the great work and great environment you bestow to the park
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This was our first overnight stay at Ford Rodd Hill and we loved it! The site is beautiful with the historic battlements, the Fisguard light house and the surrounding pebble beach. These are available to just the oTENTik dwellers from 5pm to 10am when the park is closed to other visitors (for our stay only 3 tents were occupied for a total of 11 people). Site #1 has a picturesque view of the water through trees. There is also a group of deer living in the area (we saw seven in the field in the morning) and other small wildlife (geese, owls, raccoons). The accommodations are basic but we loved that we didn't have to bring a tent and lots of camping gear to have the camping experience. I agree with a previous reviewer that it gets cold at night in September so definitely bring extra blankets and even a thermal camping pad to sleep on to keep your back warm. Food needs to be eaten outside and stored in the building across the field to keep the raccoons out of the tents. There are fridges, bins for dry goods and even a microwave for a fast heat-up. There are also two large gas BBQs and a covered area for eating.
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We rented all five cabins for a family reunion, and it was a great experience. The camp hosts Mary and Cathy were wonderful and made sure our group was well looked after. With the exception of buildings that are locked for the evening, you get the whole site to yourself. We had a great time cooking dinner on the on site barbecues, walking along the beach at dusk and making s'mores over the camp fire. Bring extra blankets though, because, despite the space heater in each oTENTik, it gets cold at night. Glamping at its best.
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I live nearby and visit Fort Rodd a lot, one of my favorite places. We stayed in the oTENTiks the first weekend they opened in 2013 and loved it. Cozy, like camping but a bit easier for a single parent. Way too expensive though which is a shame. Even if the money goes to keeping Fort Rodd maintained that's really cool, but $120 is just really high.
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