Leave your sleep sound machine at home and enjoy soothing sounds from the real deal! Check out these campgrounds for a real-life sleep sound machine experience.
With waterfront campsites on the Ottawa River, the sounds of a gently flowing river will lull you to sleep at Driftwood Provincial Park in Ontario. During the day you can relax on a large sandy beach, and enjoy panoramic views of the scenic Upper Ottawa Valley and Laurentian Hills.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dinosaur Provincial Park is recognized as the richest dinosaur fossil site in the world. The campground is situated by the peaceful gurgle of the Red Deer River.
Known for surfing, storm watching, and spectacular beaches, reserve a spot at Green Point Campground in Pacific Rim National Park, just south of Tofino, BC, for the ultimate crashing-waves lullaby.
Experience the world-famous Cabot Trail coastline, and fall sleep to the sounds of the Atlantic in Cape Breton Highlands National Park’s Corney Brook or Broad Cove Campgrounds.
The temperate rainforest belt along the Pacific Northwest coast is known for wet weather, with the west coast of Vancouver Island getting a good amount of rain, especially in the fall. Open for camping year round, you can fall asleep to the patter of rain at French Beach Provincial Park.
Camp on the wide-open plains as prairie winds ripple through the grass in Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan. Located in the park’s West Block, the Frenchman Valley Campground offers a great view of the Frenchman River, rolling hills, incredible sunsets, and maybe even bison.
Did you know that Saint John’s, NL has the title of “windiest city in Canada”? Enjoy the sounds of those strong ocean breezes at Butter Pot Provincial Park.