We stayed in the Rustic Cabins at MacGregor Point Provincial Park for two nights as a way to prepare for our first tent camping. The cabin has comfy beds and electricity with a coffee maker, mini fridge, and microwave. There is a gas grill with a stove on the outside as well. There is no washroom, so you have to run to one of the vault toilets or comfort station with flush toilets. Although the experience was glamping, we needed help getting used to the shared bathroom facilities. It does get better after the initial shock!
So, what makes this all worth it? It is the experience! We loved making s'mores, waking up to bird sounds, biking and hiking, the breathtaking sunsets, and gorgeous wildlife. There are tons of activities to do in MacGregor Point. You can soak up all the vitamin D at the camper's beach, rent a bike at the Park Store, hike the many trails, wonder at the sunsets, stargaze, or laze around in a hammock.
The Ontario Parks Roofed Accommodations are hard to get because they fill up quickly when they open for booking in February. So, plan well in advance if you want to book one. We loved our trip so much that we are soon going camping in Pinery Provincial Park!