FAQs

Do I have to bring a sleeping pad?
Sleeping pads are provided. They are a good quality foam covered in a water resistant material.

Do I have to bring a stove and fuel?
In the Naiset Huts operational season, the Wonder Lodge Cooking Shelter is open. There are 2 stoves. Each stove has two burners. Fuel is supplied. Outside of the operational season, the Wonder Lodge is closed and Hut Visitors must bring a cooking stove and fuel.

If I decide to fly out of Assiniboine while I am in the Park, how do I book a flight?
If you are visiting during the Naiset Huts operating season, there is limited availability for booking departure flights while at Assiniboine. Flights are booked on a first-come, first-served bases. Arrangements can be made with the Assiniboine Lodge custodian or at public tea time at the Assiniboine Lodge.

I'm planning to camp at Assiniboine. If the weather is bad, can I stay at the Naiset Huts?
Space for visitors who do not have a reservation is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

If I come outside of the Naiset Huts operational season and the Wonder Lodge is closed, where do I cook?
Cooking is not allowed inside the Naiset Huts. Cook on the porch of either the Wonder Lodge Cooking Shelter or the Naiset Huts.

Where do I do my personal washing at the Naiset Huts?
Out of respect for the other Hut Visitors, personal washing and teeth brushing is not allowed inside the Wonder Lodge Cooking Shelter or the Naiset Huts. In the summer, bring your personal pot and use the tap in front of the Cooking Shelter. There is a greywater pit in front of the Fleabane Hut.

Can I drink the water?
It is recommended to boil all water.