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Pathfinder Expands into Eastern Canada with Management Agreement and ROFR for 5 RV Parks

Pathfinder Ventures, a provider of premium RV resort and camping experiences, secured the Right of First Refusal (ROFR) on five individual RV resorts in Eastern Canada. Additionally, the company has signed an agreement to manage these resorts beginning in 2024, signaling an expansion for the company.

The agreement covers four RV assets in Ontario and one in Nova Scotia. The properties are in popular tourist destinations, including Haliburton, Muskoka, Marmora, Niagara, and Cheticamp in Nova Scotia.

Under the 24-month ROFR, Pathfinder has the exclusive opportunity to acquire these properties. This agreement bolsters the company’s presence in key recreational areas across Ontario and Nova Scotia.

In a press release, Joe Bleackley, founder and CEO of Pathfinder Ventures, highlighted the company’s developments, saying, “This expansion is not only significant but also strategically positioned to tap into thriving markets across Ontario and Nova Scotia.”

Pathfinder’s management of these five resorts will increase the total number of properties under its operation to nine. The resorts are primarily seasonal, catering to long-term and short-term vacationers, which aligns well with the company’s existing portfolio.

The company anticipates that managing these additional properties will increase revenue and streamline operations. “By securing the Right of First Refusal for these RV assets and entering into management agreements, Pathfinder is now poised for considerable growth and success in the recreational vehicle park industry,” Bleackley said.

According to its website, Pathfinder Ventures has established a presence in British Columbia’s RV and camping industry, as well as the RV and self-storage sector, by operating three camp resorts. The Agassiz-Harrison resort is positioned just outside the Harrison Hot Springs. This resort is unique in the Agassiz area, offering the only hard-roofed accommodations with eight renovated cabins, full hookup RV sites, and a heated pool and playground. Additionally, there is a plan for further expansion of this property.

In the heart of Fort Langley, Fort Camping offers 156 RV sites, a group tent area, and five tent cabins, which offer a budget-friendly glamping alternative. In Parksville, the resort showcases 128 full hookup sites equipped with amenities. It accommodates large RVs requiring 50 amp pull-through sites.

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Kenneth Jackson
Kenneth Jackson
May 7, 2024 5:23 pm

Isn’t it cool how Pathfinder is expanding into Eastern Canada? They’re really making moves in new spots to cater to vacationers. With nine properties in their kitty now, they’re set to rock the RV park scene in Canada’s scenic beauty. What do you think about their strategy?

Sarah Moore
Sarah Moore
May 7, 2024 6:58 pm

What a thrilling move for Pathfinder! Their expansion into Eastern Canada is a game-changer, setting the stage for big growth in the RV park scene. These new spots in Ontario and Nova Scotia will make for some awesome getaway options. Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this exciting development!

Matthew Campbell
Matthew Campbell
May 8, 2024 1:40 am

The expansion into Eastern Canada by Pathfinder Ventures is a thrilling move! Their focus on efficiency and growth shows their commitment to making a mark in the RV park industry.

Woodenix202
Woodenix202
May 8, 2024 4:46 am

I am truly excited about Pathfinder Ventures’ big step into Eastern Canada! Their move into Ontario and Nova Scotia’s beautiful areas is a game-changer for RV lovers like us. It’s a golden chance to explore new horizons and make unforgettable memories in the heart of Eastern Canada.

Joseph Wright
Joseph Wright
May 8, 2024 6:20 am
Reply to  Woodenix202

I’m thrilled about the expansion into Ontario and Nova Scotia too! The idea of exploring new RV parks in Eastern Canada sounds fantastic. Can’t wait to hit the road and experience the beauty of these areas firsthand. Ready to embark on this adventure?

VictorDawn
VictorDawn
May 8, 2024 1:18 pm
Reply to  Joseph Wright

Diving into this new territory in Eastern Canada with the management agreement and ROFR for 5 RV parks is truly exciting! It’s a thrilling journey to expand our horizons and explore new opportunities. Ontario and Nova Scotia offer stunning landscapes for unforgettable RV adventures.

HappyGuru0075
HappyGuru0075
May 8, 2024 11:54 am

I’m really excited about Pathfinder Ventures expanding into Eastern Canada! Managing nine properties, including places like Haliburton and Niagara, shows they’re serious about growing and offering top-notch experiences.

Vera Light
Vera Light
May 8, 2024 12:21 pm

I’m stoked about Pathfinder Ventures expanding into Eastern Canada with those new RV resorts in Ontario and Nova Scotia! 🌟 These spots sound dreamy, perfect for a unique vacay experience. Can’t wait to see what they’ve got in store for us travelers at these top-notch properties! *excited*

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