Freija is a private 100-acre bird, wildlife and stargazing sanctuary in Grey County, Ontario, Canada.
Endless trails on varying terrain in an old-growth Ontario forest offer plentiful opportunities for birdwatching, camping, canoeing on the ponds, exploring the old-growth maple and cedar forest or hosting special events.
Freija features some of the most breathtaking old-growth hardwood forest in Ontario and is abundant in Canadian wildlife including deer, porcupine, foxes, blue jays, cardinals, chipmunks, hummingbirds, heron and others. The upland forest is dominated by sugar maple, with patches of beech, cedar and hemlock throughout.
Founded in 2016, Freija is locally-owned and operated by a Canadian adventure company specializing in personalized retreats and unique experiences with emphasis on science education and nature conservation.
Member of Ontario Beekeepers’ Association
Member of Ontario Woodlot Owners Association
Ontario Managed Forest Program Participant
Wonderfully secluded and a perfect place to relax or explore… We saw a vast array of birds, a deer, a rabbit, a lot of frogs and toads, and many other little creatures during our 2 day stay.
An oasis not too far from the city. Platform for your tent, an outdoor sink, separate bbq and fire-pit engulfed by nature.
Campsite is in an awesome forest meadow. Lots of wildflowers surrounded by tall Maples. At night the forest is full of lightning bugs and is great for stargazing. Feels very surreal.
Great place for people who wants to be in the wilderness.
Freija is a beautiful space. The camp site has everything you’d need and more. The forest is magical. We can’t wait to go back!
Highly recommend this campsite if you’ve never gone camping before!