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Are you wondering ‘what should I pack to go Glamping?’. During the month of December, we did #12DaysofGlamping on our social channels showcasing 11 items to pack to go Glamping, and we followed that up with a giveaway for a stay at the resort of your choice. Whether you won the giveaway, or are planning to stay with us in 2023, here are the 11 items you should always pack to go Glamping:

11 Items To Pack To Go Glamping

1. Coffee – Badlands Coffee Co.

Located in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Badlands Coffee Co is a family owned coffee roastery, with a mission to supply freshly-roasted coffee to tons of coffee lovers across Canada. We currently provide Badlands Coffee Co. in all of our accommodation units for you to enjoy, and take home if you don’t happen to finish them all.

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2. Wine – Living Sky Winery

After a long week, sitting around a Glamping Resorts fire with a glass of wine – now that sounds like the perfect time. Living Sky Wines is our wine of choice at our Saskatchewan locations & they even offer Canada-wide shipping & in-house pick up options.

Their Christmas Pack includes Currant and Rhubarb – two of our favourites!

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3. Snacks – Big Chief Beef Jerky

Big Chief Beef was founded in the province of our newest Castle Provincial Park location – Alberta. This delicious snack is a choice for hanging out in your Waterfront Cabin, or if you decide to hike up Table Mountain, or canoe on Beaver Mines Lake. Our favourite to pack has to be Sweet & Spicy, but there are tons of other flavours like Black Pepper, Jalapeño, Teriyaki, Hot and Original.

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4. Hydration – HydroFlask Water Bottle

Whether you’re spending the day down at Buffalo Pound Lake, golfing at Saskatchewan Landing, hiking Table Mountain in Castle Provincial Park or just hanging around your Glamp-site, make sure you always have water! Hydration is so important, especially during our busy season on hot summer days. Did you know Hydroflask stays cold for 24 hours, hot for 12 hours?

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5. Cozy – Merino Wool Socks

To us, coziness highly depends on the sock – and we always make sure to pack our merino wool socks any time we are spending time any 3 of our locations! Some of our favourite brands of merino wool socks are FitsSocks, IceBreaker and  SmartWool Continue reading to find more of the 12 items to pack to go Glamping.

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6. Clean – Rocky Mountain Soap Co.

Did you know that most of our units, besides our intrepid tents, come with a full-size 3-piece bathroom right inside the unit? And there is warm water! The perfect way to cozy up after a cool late summer/early fall day. We always make sure to pack along our Rocky Mountain Soap Co. Travel Kit. 

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7. Fun – Uplift Adventures Hiking Tour

Although this isn’t something that you specifically bring, you will need to bring items to help you out on this activity. Uplift Adventures near offers a variety of tours in the Crowsnest Pass/Waterton/Coleman area. From history tours to backcountry tours, they have so much to offer. If you are staying at our Castle Provincial Park location, consider booking a tour with Uplift Adventures!

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8. Comfy – KUMA Outdoor Gear

Do you have a favourite camp chair? Our favourite camp chair is made by KUMA Outdoor Gear – a brand that was founded and created in Treaty 6 Territory. This Canadian company carries all the camp (or Glamp 😉) essentials from heated camp chairs, to cozy dog beds and travel mugs. These chairs are the perfect gift to give to someone special (even if that may be yourself). 

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9. Beer – The Pass Beer Co.

We already talked about morning beverages; but have we talked about evening bevies?! From a Blueberry Sour, to West Coast IPA, our friends at The Pass Beer Co. have all of our afternoon beverage needs covered. Close to our Castle Provincial Park location, this is perfect for your Glamping Resorts trip.

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10. Snack 2.0 – Chocolate Moose Fudge Factory

We couldn’t have just one snack feature for #12DaysOfGlamping – featuring snack 2.0: Fudge!  Our pals over at Chocolate Moose Fudge Factory in Moose Jaw can be purchased at a variety of stores across Saskatchewan and Alberta such as Freson Bros, Handmade Sask and even online on their own website!

Some of our favourite flavours of their fudge are Cookies’ Cream, Mint Oreo, Birthday Cake, Orange Cream, Root Beer Float, Creme Brûlée & Eggnog 🤤 Did you know they have over *75* flavours of fudge to choose from? 

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11. Fun – Saskatchewan Landing Resort

Now, although this isn’t a specific item to bring, there are things you can bring from home to help assist in these activities, or rent and just make sure you pack the right clothes! Did you know our Saskatchewan Landing Resort has so many fun activities nearby like mini-golf, water sport rentals at the Saskatchewan Landing Marina, and 18-hole Golf Course There’s also hiking trails throughout the Provincial park and bird watching spots along Lake Diefenbaker. 

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Thank-you for taking the time to read 11 items to pack to go glamping, featuring items from our #12DaysofGlamping series. We hope you have an amazing holiday season and we will see you in 2023.