Our off-the-grid Villas are nestled in 12 acres of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Each one comes furnished with cozy beds, soft linens, night tables, seating, rugs, and that's not all. Powered by solar energy, these quiet escapes also include some extra luxuries of home such as fans, lighting and even an outlet to charge your devices.
Each Villa is uniquely themed and comfortable, inspiring you to reconnect with the natural world around you. You'll also be treated to a private fire pit with Adirondack chairs at your campsite, allowing you to disconnect from your busy life and concentrate on your journey into the forest at your own pace. Other features could include a 2-person hammock, outdoor bistro set, pond or creek view, and more.
Hike one of our trails while bird-watching, and learn about the native flora and fauna. Also located throughout the property are "wellness boxes". These stations provide you with a different way to stop, relax and take in the sounds and smells of the forest.
"Our task must be to free ourselves... by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and it's beauty."
— Albert Einstein
Soper Creek Wilderness Villas is a luxury camping experience that funds Durham Region's only wildlife rehabilitation hospital, Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue.
As a non-government funded, wildlife hospital, they rely on the community's support to ensure the thousands of animals admitted receive the highest standard of care.
By booking your retreat with us, you have given a sick, injured or orphaned animal a second chance at a life, back in the wild. Thank you.
Soper Creek Wilderness Villa's central focus is the concept of One Health.
One Health is an integrated approach that aims to balance and optimize the health of people, animals and ecosystems. Together we will work to create balance in ourselves, our relationships and our world.
As a small thank you for supporting our wildlife hospital, you are invited to book a private, complimentary wildlife experience to learn about the work done and the thousands of lives saved.