Hard packed gravel spot in a sleepy village that isn't that far off the beaten path.
This is a great location for anyone crossing into Canada at Portal and then heading west or vice-versa. Instead, westbound travelers can take highway 39 to the Transcanada, turn west in Weyburn for highway 13, and then follow the signs for SK-2 in direction to Assiniboia and then on to St Victor. Eastbound travelers can turn south at Swift Current and then east on highway 13. From highway 2 past Assiniboia, there are signs for the provincial park, so you can't miss the access road.
Highway 13 is a much nicer road towards or from Alberta than is the Transcanada! :) Because the TransCanada has a northward dip, taking highway 13 isn't much of a detour. For someone traveling between points west and Winnipeg, coming to my place is only about a 1.5 hour detour.
The 16km St. Victor access road is paved, but a little rough. It's easy to do in an RV of any size if you take your time.
The lot has hard packed gravel for you to park on.
Power is turned off at the lot right now so you need to be independent for power. Trees and the location in a valley make solar difficult. I got about 50% capacity on my solar panels, so make sure to park in full sun if you need solar. You can use a generator during the day and at night if you have a quiet model. Note that you will NOT be able to get cell service in St. Victor without a booster like a Wilson Sleek so that means no internet through cellular either.
Don't miss the St. Victor petroglyphs!
Fair paved road all the way in if coming through Assiniboia from highway 13. Fair gravel road going out to Willow Bunch and highway 36.
The lot is available for one RV self-contained at a time during the summer of 2017. I am not on site and cannot provide water, power, or internet. You can leave your grey valve open to drain onto my property. There is a free dump station with easy access in Willow Bunch for dumping your black tank.
Access to the lot is back in, so if you don't want to unhook, you can park on our sleepy Main Street. There is very little traffic on an average day and none at night. The local authorities will not bother you and I'll give my neighbours a heads up that you are coming.
Stock up on supplies and fuel in Assiniboia. Willow Bunch is closer, about 10 minutes away, on a good gravel road and has limited groceries.
St. Victor Petroglyphs Historic Park is just 2KM away. Willow Bunch (18KM away) and Assiniboia (32KM away) have museums.