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McBride Lake Campground Welcomes New Owners

McBride Lake Campground has changed management, with new owners Jeanine Holowatiuk and Dustin Krajci. Located in the boreal forest near the Porcupine Hills in northeast Saskatchewan, this campground is popular with outdoor enthusiasts.

Holowatiuk and Krajci are nature lovers. Holowatiuk enjoys exploring the forest around Hudson Bay throughout the year, while Krajci spends his time fishing and camping

“You can usually find us out enjoying the forest around Hudson Bay during any season,” Holowatiuk told SaskToday.ca. She worked as the economic development officer for the town of Hudson Bay for 12 years and as the Northeast regional economic officer for three years.

The McBride Lake Campground offers daily and long-term seasonal rustic camping options. It has essential amenities, including outhouses and a central water tap. Additionally, the campground features 59 seasonal sites and six non-powered nightly sites. Nightly sites can be booked by email, phone, text, or in person. While the seasonal sites are fully booked, there is a waitlist for those interested.

Holowatiuk expressed her excitement about meeting the campers and visitors at McBride Lake, noting their plans to maintain the great work the previous owners had established.

“We hope to offer more supplies and rentals from a small store in the future,” she said, adding that camping and purchasing supplies at McBride Lake Campground support their small business and contribute to future investments in the area.

Beyond its amenities, the campground offers a variety of outdoor activities, including fishing, paddling, and kayaking. The new owner also emphasized that the campground caters to outdoor enthusiasts seeking to disconnect from cell service and fully immerse themselves in the wilderness.

The new owners’ approach at McBride Lake Campground highlights the importance of continuous investment to enhance campground offerings. Holowatiuk and Krajci plan to maintain the work of previous owners while introducing new amenities like a small store for supplies and rentals. By regularly investing in facilities and services, campground owners and developers can attract outdoor enthusiasts, improve customer satisfaction, and ensure repeated visits.

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Hi, you might find this article from Modern Campground interesting: McBride Lake Campground Welcomes New Owners! This is the link: https://moderncampground.com/canada/saskatchewan/mcbride-lake-campground-welcomes-new-owners/