We live in a small village 1/2 off the Trans Canada Highway. There is a small campground in town with water and a sewer dump. We are located sort of halfway between Regina and Winnipeg though about an hour closer to Regina. Our village's restaurant had the first steak pit in a restaurant in Canada.
Quiet pets would be permitted on a leash but you must pick up after them.
No smoking on the property. No "partying". No running loud generators after 10.
Access is from our back lane which we share with a small seniors home parking. Depending on the size of the rig, there is potential for tight turns to back in. Potential for branches depending on height of the rig. The picture shows our rv parked by our workshop but that is not its usual spot. This whole area between our sheds and workshop and the garden would be available to park.
You could either park it by the rv, on the street or between our garden and back lane.
We sometimes do last minute trips in the summer, but feel free to give us a shout and see if we can accommodate you."
PhillyRoamers was a great stay! Not far off hwy 1 in a quiet rural town, on a grassy spot with power nearby.
Our hosts were super friendly and gracious, and we very much enjoyed our evening chatting and learning more about their lives on the prairies!
We would welcome them anytime to BC!
Keith and Robyn
The hosts were really considerate and accommodating. Their space is great: we a nice, peaceful stop. Thanks so much for having us!
Thanks for making us feel very welcome and the great communication leading up to our stay with you. We enjoyed learning about the local area and your travels. The very level parking spot and access to power is appreciated. You were our first Boondockers spot and we look forward to many more great experiences. Hope we meet again! Nicole and Bob.