TO OUR VANCOUVER ISLAND HONEY FARM
Enjoy a unique, unplugged experience in our
comfortable glamping sites and tiny home.
We are now accepting bookings for the glamping 2022 season. Please view availability below and book on our online platform. We look forward to
seeing you soon!
we'd love to host you
Our 90-acre farm sits at the end of a long dirt road, bordered by pasture and forest.
Cattle, chicken, and ducks roam about, bees forage to and from the apiary,
frogs snack on damselflies along the water's edge, and our resident beaver
greets you with the splash of his tail.
Each glamping site's tucked away on the northwest side of the lake, along a stretch
of wilderness bog and nestled amongst youthful alder, fir, hemlock, and pine.
Located in our spring and fall rangeland, each site is nearly an acre—providing plenty
of peace and privacy for our guests.
Our lovely lakefront property is a great place to unplug and unwind, escape the hustle
and bustle of life, tune into nature, and experience a working farm.
We offer quick access to our lake, trails, and wilderness bog, making it easy
to walk or bike anywhere on the property.
We're close to amenities, beautiful beaches, world-class mountain biking, and the
bike park at Mount Washington Alpine Resort.
Our glamping sites include a comfortable bed & bedding, a private outdoor toilet, two
Adirondack chairs, picnic table, and private kitchen tent equipped with propane stove,
dining area, washbasin, drinking water, and well water for washing.
Sites don’t have running water or electricity.
Guests staying at The Prospector and The Skygazer can paddle directly to the lake.
Glampers have access to a shared outdoor shower (hot water!) on the side of our barn,
beach area with dock, and shaded picnic area.
Glampers, bring your camping kitchen tote, towels, bikes, floaties, lifejackets, flashlights, and sense of adventure. If you don't have a kitchen tote equipped with cutlery, pots, pans, dishes etc.,
we're more than happy to rent you one of ours for an additional one-time fee.
Each site includes one full propane bottle for use with the stove. If you'd like to use the propane fireplace, an additional propane tank can be rented from us or bring your own.
Garbage must be brought to the big barn beside the shower every night. We have bears, raccoons, and ravens that share our property. All food must be kept in a cooler in your car!
"By far the most amazing glamping experience we’ve ever had. Located on the far end of a vast farm acreage, the site was completely private nestled in a beautiful forest refuge. Woke up to the sounds of birds, and the gentle wind in the trees, and settled for the night to the croaking of frogs from our lakeside site. So many thoughtful touches during our stay. Immaculately clean and exceptionally private, it was a restorative and replenishing experience."
Very private and quiet setting. We heard owls hooting back and forth, beavers slapping their tails and birds galore. We found the tent spacious and clean, with a comfy queen sized bed and plenty of headroom. Despite some heavy rain, we absolutely enjoyed ourselves and stayed dry and comfortable. The hot shower and barrel sauna helped! Host is welcoming, friendly, and pays attention to details. We enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back!
the tiny house
The Tiny House includes a sleeping loft with a queen and a double bed, beautiful kitchen,
living area, running water, and electricity.
Guests are welcome to use our outdoor shower and outhouse, as well as
a three-piece bathroom located in the adjacent building.
Also enjoy a private deck, short distance to lake and sauna, and views of Smith Lake.
We welcome couples, families, and individuals wanting to enjoy nature without compromising comfort.
Everyone has access to our barrel sauna, by booking time on our sign-up sheet.
Smith Lake Farm is a working farm. We have cattle meandering about,
so please leave gates as you find them.
Please respect our property, the wildlife, our staff, our neighbours, and our guests.
No fires. No pets. No smoking.
Quiet time is between 10pm and 7am.
No amplified music allowed.
Our resident beaver let's you know the lake's no longer yours and it's time for bed!
During your stay, we're available if you need something! So just call or text us.
Beautiful, incredible hidden gem! As avid backcountry campers we were incredibly surprised to find more wildlife on the property than we’ve seen on most camping excursions. The sites are gorgeous, private, and well-thought-out. The frolf course was fun and challenging. We spent many hours floating around in the lake, taking in the scenery. Looking forward to future visits.
Magical and memorable experience! Very comfortable and cozy tent to stay in, and especially special at night with a view of the night sky. Highly recommend bringing your paddleboard and kayak down to the lake, where the water is warm and the view is great. The host is very friendly and helpful.