Hello and Welcome to A Stones Throw RV Campground Blog! Our last Blog update was waaaaay back in July. Since last chatting we have grown in every way including over double the number of RV’s that are parked here! They say “Build it and they will come” and it’s becoming a reality! We recently posted on our Facebook Page @astonesthrowrv and we’ve had a tour every day since, even sold a few more sites!
Hi! Welcome to another A Stones Throw RV Campground Blog Update! Our last blog was in the middle of April and this maybe the first time we’ve got to sit down since then! We’ve been run off our feet getting the campground ready with such a late spring, and I don’t know if it has rained since? Mowing and grass whipping the 50 acres of our development is no small task on a good
Hello and Welcome to our A Stones Throw RV Campground Blog where we chat about what we’ve been up to and how things have been progressing with our campground development. It’s crazy how times flies by, I came across a photo of my two girls who came out to say hi when we were surveying the development for the third time… every time we surveyed we got to look at things with fresh eyes, take
Hello and Welcome to another Blog Post from A Stones Throw RV Campground! Since we last spoke we’ve had freezing cold and warm chinooks, blowing snow and running water. Mother Nature likes to test us as best as she can sometimes, I like to think it just helps us to better appreciate the beautiful days. Rain or shine there is work to be done and we sure have been busy this new year. January flew
Hello, We hope this finds you full of family and feasting during this festive season. Much like yourself we have endured extreme cold over the last few weeks, outdoor productivity has wained. Despite the cold conditions ranchers were still out feeding and giving extra straw bedding for their animals, chopping holes into frozen ice, keeping equipment warm and operational. We love our Alberta Beef and want to say thank you to the ranchers for all
Hello and Welcome to A Stones Throw RV Campground Blog! Where did August go? September? Dare I ask where October went?!?! And then November disappeared! It’s been too long since we sat down and updated our Blog. Despite the cold we are as busy today as when we opened, since we last spoke over a dozen more RV trailers have put down some roots here and even more deposits on reserving sites for next year!
Hello and Welcome to A Stones Throw RV Campground Blog We are pleased to have been listed in the Top 30 Canadian RV Blogs, thanks for your interest everyone!!! https://blog.feedspot.com/canadian_rv_blogs/ The birds are singing, grass is growing and the kids are out of school enjoying the sun and water. Seeing families enjoying the reservoir is a really neat feeling. On a family farm we’ve had a lot of time to walk through the coulee, often getting
Hello and Welcome to A Stones Throw RV Campground Blog! Today is Canada Day and we’re so excited to introduce our second Farmers Market to A Stones Throw RV Campground today! We have balloons, ice cream, and popcorn for the young and young at heart to help get the festivities started! GO CANADA!!! It’s funny how my knee jerk first thoughts are to apologize for not writing sooner. I can’t tell you how many people
We opened the doors to A Stones Throw RV Campground 10 days ago today on May the 1st, 2022. Over night we became a destination where families can go to make memories around a campfire. One after another twelve RV trailers rolled through the gates on our first day with more units arriving daily. Being a part of turning this wheat field into a campground over the last few years did not prepare me for what this place would
Like almost everything at A Stones Throw RV Campground, we made our own site signs (which was no small task with 167 unique signs). Along with everything else we also took great consideration into what we were making, we even ensured the letters and numbers were as big as road signs to ensure legibility for guests and emergency services. Each of our eight green parks (A-H) not only have their own varieties of trees
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