Escape to Alabaster Acres to glamp the night away. 

With glamorous tent accommodations, the relaxing retreat is set up on the Alabster’s farm, nestled away in a tranquil forest setting. 

Providing all the luxuries, the grounds are equipped with an antique bath and open-air shower overlooking the paddock and pasture, a fully equipped kitchen space, and an outdoor books and games area. 

String lights guide the pathway to the tents. Currently there are two on the premises, far enough from each other for privacy, but close enough for it to not feel too secluded. 

The tents feature a beautiful covered porch with a table, a luxurious king size bed, a pullout couch, comfortable throws, a wood burning stove, a hammock, a barbecue, and a charming firepit area. 

Roaming and grazing the field are the friendly horses and the donkey, who curiously come to say hi–sometimes even while you’re bathing! 

In the barn are the goats. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to meet some baby goats, watching them navigate and learn to walk and play in the most adorable manner. 

Whether you’re escaping for a Girls Gone Glamping weekend or a romantic getaway for two, there is plenty to do. Offering cooking experiences, farming workshops, and geocaching adventures for those young and old, it’s easy to customize your perfect getaway. 

If you’re an animal lover, don’t miss your chance to get up close and personal with the livestock and farm animals, interacting with them by grooming and feeding them. 

If you’re someone who just wants to sit back and relax, bring a book, some wine and hang out on the hammock or by the fire. 

Run by the Alabaster family, the farmers and staff are welcoming and gracious–should you need anything, they are simply a text away. 

Here, you’ll truly get a taste of life in paradise–even if only for a night or two. 

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Kaitlin Narciso is a Canadian content creator specializing in travel and conservation journalism. Through the written word, beautiful images, and captivating video content, Kaitlin tells stories from around the world. She has worked with a variety of tourism boards, travel companies and conservation organizations including Discover Los Angeles, Go Belizing, Travel Alberta, Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary, San Ignacio Green Iguana Project, and more. From interviewing the creators of Netflix’s ‘Our Planet’ to the hosts of Discovery Channel’s ‘Shark Week’, her passion for protecting our planet drives her content, aiming to inspire people to travel mindfully, while exploring and appreciating all the world has to offer.


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