Chronicle Herald: NOwNS
"For many tourism businesses across Nova Scotia the shutters are closed, the equipment is packed away and sights are set on next spring when the cycle can begin again.
But for one local operator, winter isn’t the off-season it once was. Thanks to her creative thinking, business for Cyndi Sweeney of East Coast Glamping is really heating up."
Camp Glamp on Global Morning TV
Here's a glimpse of our new CAMPGLAMP.ca party set-ups, as seen this morning on Global TV Halifax with Andrea Dion.
"In the winter time organizing an outdoor activity can be tricky... but with us it will happen."
Rain or snow, we will travel.
The Great Indoors: CampGlamp in The Metro
Want to camp but hate the cold?
Or maybe you just doubt your outdoor skills?
In the Halifax area (and up to 100 kilometres beyond), you can now have a customized indoor camping slumber party.
The snow and ice-free camp experience includes tents, lanterns, faux fire, outdoor sounds, pillows, and even campfire food depending on the package you choose.
Since launching the indoor camp experience in November, East Coast Glamping has been “flat-out” busy.
“Last year as we were putting all our (camping) inventory away at the end of October I was looking at it and was trying to figure out how we could keep it going,” said owner Cyndi Sweeney.