Pine Lake Leisure Club Cabins by Parkbridge

Earlier this month the kids and I stayed at one of the Pine Lake Leisure Club Cabins, by Parkbridge. Just before our stay, my husband was called to work, so I invited a friend and her two kids to stay with us for the weekend. A multi-family summer trip to the lake? Sounds fun, right? It was!

The Pine Lake Leisure Club is a short drive from Calgary or Edmonton and only 20 minutes from Red Deer. The Leisure Club offers traditional full service camping sites, RV lots and of course – the cabins! This makes it an attractive spot for all type of vacationers.

The cabins themselves were very impressive. In fact, they offered all the luxuries of home including a full kitchen, dishwasher and microwave. There’s even a firepit and an electric BBQ for each cabin as well.

A house with trees in the background

A little girl standing in a room

The cabins have 2 bedrooms. One has a queen sized bed, nightstand with lamp, closet and a hutch with mirror. Now, my friend thought this would make the ideal makeup/hair counter and I immediately thought – workspace!

The other bedroom features a bunkbed, nightstand and lamp. The bottom bunk has a double mattress and the top, a single. So perfect for kids, 4 of ours slept in there.

A kitchen with a stove top oven sitting in a chair

The living room of the Pine Lake Leisure Club Cabins has a sofa that transforms into a bed, tables and a TV with satellite. The bathroom has a shower, toilet and sink area.

Even for 2 adults and 5 kids – the cabins were so spacious. We had plenty of room, and the kids especially thought it was ‘so cool’, kinda like a large-sized playhouse. We only had to bring our personal items, bedding and towels and food. That’s not a lot of packing for a weekend away at the lake!

It was my first time #glamping in lake-side cabins. It’s important to note that we do RV camp, often. Also, we love staying in hotels. So, #glamping via these cabins really is the perfect blend of both.

When you are a family of 5, sometimes ‘roughing it’ is more trouble and stress than its worth. These cabins offer those essential pieces of home {like a Tassimo single serve coffee maker!} – for comfort and ease.

A little girl sitting in front of a window

Located in a cluster at the Pine Lake Leisure Club, the cabins are available for rent on a weekly, monthly or seasonal basis {or for purchase!}. ​​They all offer views of the lake and access to all the amenities at the Leisure club.

A group of people sitting at a picnic table

So, what’s there to do at Pine Lake Leisure Club? Watch for my upcoming post with all the fun details!

Have you ever been #glamping in lake-side cabins?



You can find out more about Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities from their site, and in my previous Parkbridge Info post. There you’ll find a full list of rental properties and resorts.

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We received a complimentary stay thanks to Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities, in exchange for this post. All opinions are, as always, my own.



  1. Nope, I have never been glamping or stayed in a cabin before. But I have to say, those cabins look perfect for a family getaway!

  2. Oh what cute little cabins! I don’t camp so this is about as close as I would get. I’d definitely stay there!

  3. Awe, it’s a shame your husband couldn’t make it, but sounds like you guys had a blast! Glamping is the way to do it!

  4. Wow, those cabins look and sound like they are pretty neat. I am not one for camping, but like the idea of this… sorry your Hubby couldn’t join you… so glad y’all had fun!

  5. Such a cool cabin! I saw your IG post and was intrigued! I did not expect accomodations so cute and comfortable!

  6. Those are such cute little cabins! They would be such a fun place to stay on vacation!

  7. Pine Lake is just gorgeous! I’d love to take a trip there. The cabins look very comfortable, and that lake is beautiful.

  8. These look like a lot of fun.. almost like you are away from it all but still close to everything and love that they have a single serve.. a must have 🙂 Soo need to check them out.. they are too cute and perfect for the family

  9. Sure, I’d stay in one of those! As long as I’ve got a coffee pot and can make a cup and look out over the lake, I’ld be good.

  10. Those cabins are really cute! I’m not one for roughing it so glamping sounds great!

  11. Looks like a nice place! Now to find something like that closer to home. We’re in the Niagara region of Ontario.

  12. they looked nice and clean. we rented a cabin once and there was dirty underwear under one of the beds

  13. This is the way I would love to camp. I wonder if places like this are dog-friendly.

  14. Super cute and clean. Very roomy. I love to go to lakes but hate the ICK that often goes with rentals. Great tip thanks.

  15. Wow that’s not like any cabin I’ve ever been in that’s for sure! I love camping but when you want a family trip that isn’t camping, it can get really expensive to stay at a hotel. This would be a lot more affordable for my family of 6.

  16. what a cute cabin!! seriously i love that it looks so cozy and new as oppose to the ones we have been to that are not well maintained

  17. We have sort of been glamping lol There is a place up island called Tigh na Mara and it is a glorious place to stay!

  18. These look great for staying at the lake, beats tenting and just going for the day!

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  20. Those are really nice cabin, I didn’t know they were that nice. My niece was there when there was the tornado and the way she talk about the cabin they rented it didn’t sound that nice. They were the lucky one and didn’t get hurt.

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