Boya Lake Provincial Park, Canada
When the glaciers from the last ice age receded, they carved deep gullies into the mountains, leaving dozens of trails in their wake for walkers and campers to enjoy. Around Boya Lake, you’ll find a practically endless wilderness, teeming with wildlife, forests, and mountains.
You can pitch your tent on the island’s main campsite and explore the rest of it from there. On the other hand, the island caters for people who would prefer to “glamp” rather than camp. Visitors have the option of renting a cabin.
The Isle Of Arran, Scotland
And today, the island offers a wide variety of landscapes and activities for campers. The weather will be poor, but the island has beautiful hills, rolling mountains and a rugged coastline that’s breathtakingly beautiful. Campers can kayak, hike, sail and cycle around the island.