What to Pack for a Spring Glamping Getaway

Glamping is the quintessential mix of camping and comfort, combining the comforts of indoor living with the great outdoors. With spring looming around the corner, it’s the perfect time to plan your next, or first glamping getaway. The fluctuating weather welcomes blooming flora and reawakens wildlife, but it may have you wondering what to pack. Fear not as we have you covered with our spring glamping essential packing list. From clothing to cookware, pack in style for your spring glamping adventure!


Layer Up: Clothing and Footwear

Spring brings warmer weather, but it still gets chilly at night, and rain isn’t out of the equation either. It’s important to pack accordingly, focusing on a mix of lightweight and waterproof fabrics. Here’s a quick list of clothing items to pack for your spring glamping trip:


You’ll want to pack a variety of layers based on weather conditions, but a safe bet would involve lightweight long-sleeve shirts, t-shirts for warmer days, sweaters or fleeces for those cooler nights, and a waterproof jacket, in case it rains.


Bring a mix of comfortable pants (jeans, cargo pants, or leggings are a good choice). Include some shorts for warmer days, and waterproof pants, again in case of rain or damper conditions.


Hiking boots are a staple packing item for any glamping trip, so be sure to bring your sturdiest pair along with comfortable sneakers. Don’t forget your sandals if you plan on hanging out by the water or lounging around the campfire.


Bring a hat or a cap to protect yourself from the sun, and your favourite toque for those chilly nights.


Some extra items to pack include sunglasses, a bandana, a scarf (these are versatile and can be used for various purposes), and gloves for colder days or nights.

Make sure to pack a good mixture of warm, comfortable, and waterproof gear to ensure a perfect and memorable spring glamping adventure.


Cooking and Dining Essentials

Our accommodations include a private firepit and BBQ area for cooking. And there’s no need to worry about packing your cooking gear – we provide all the essentials you’ll need! But if you’d like to bring your own, we have prepared a list to consider. It’s important to know what to pack when it comes to campfire cooking in springtime, whether it’s a tasty dessert or gourmet dining:

Cooking Utensils

Consider packing long-handled tongs for flipping food on the grill, a spatula, as well as a cooking fork and spoon.

Pots and Pans

Pack a lightweight and durable pot and pan for various dishes. Consider a cast-iron skillet, which is ideal for cooking over an open flame.

Grilling Baskets or Grates

These will help with grilling smaller items like vegetables without them falling through the grate.

Portable Cutting Board and Knife

Bring along your favourite cutting board and your sharpest knife for ingredient preparation.

Oils and Seasoning

Bring small bottles of cooking oil and your favourite spices to flavour your meals.


Keep perishable ingredients fresh with a sturdy portable cooler.

Have these essential cookware items with you for a gastronomic glamping experience this spring.

You are now ready to start packing for your next spring glamping getaway. Remember to pack your clothing gear in accordance with the weather forecast, as well as the essential cooking gear. Don’t wait too long to book your stay as spots are filling up fast for the spring season. We look forward to accommodating you this coming spring