Grey Water

The Department of Health will not tolerate any disposal of grey water/sewer onto the ground.  This grey water is treated as sewer and needs to be disposed of properly as this is a health risk.  Violation of this could get the campground shut down therefore any person found guilty will be asked to leave the campground.

Poison Ivy

Please be aware that there is poison ivy in the campground.  It takes direct contact to “catch” poison ivy. Contact with any part of the plant—including leaves, stems, or roots—can result in an itchy skin rash.  It’s not the plant itself that causes the rash; it’s the oil within the plant. This oil, called urushiol, is extraordinarily potent and can stay active on any surface. If you come into contact with poison ivy or oak, wash the exposed skin with soap and water, or wipe the affected area thoroughly with rubbing alcohol.  You have about 10 minutes before that poisonous oil causes a reaction. Play it safe this summer, and remember this helpful rhyme whenever you venture into the woods: “Leaves of three, let it be.”

Text: 306  539 2180

New and  Reminders for 2024

Children’s motorized vehicles will only be allowed with adult supervision. At no time can your children be unattended on a motorized vehicle.

Recycling – We are currently in the process of finding an area (this will probably be located by the garbage area) to set up a more permanent recycling area. We will be looking for volunteers to help sort and get it to Sarcan. Once we have more details we will let everyone know. At this time you can put your bagged recycling on the trailer located behind the garbage and we will move it to a secure site.

DOGS – You must attend to your dogs at all times while at the campground. All dogs must be on a leash when you are outside your campsite and you are responsible to clean up any mess your dog makes. Continuous barking of your dog(s) will not be tolerated and he/she will not be allowed in the campground. Guard Dogs – there will be no tolerance for guard dogs in the campground. If your dog shows any signs of aggression they will not be permitted in the campground.

RBCG Roads – We will continue to bring in more reclaim to fix up the campground roads.

Speed in the campground – The speed limit is 20 km/hr. Driving around the speed bumps or driving on the grassed areas will not be tolerated. The outer road that leads into the campground also is a 20 km/hr limit. Please note you are responsible for your visitors so make them aware of this bylaw.


Construction Equipment Use

Any construction equipment being operated on the Sinclair Estate will be owned by either RBCG or JRA Construction. If you are in need of a larger construction job you can contact James on 306-539-2180 the charge is $100.00 per hour.

RBCG Property

Under no circumstances shall any unauthorized person tamper with RBCG’s electricity or water. Results could end up in injury or death. Any violators of this bylaw will be held liable for all damages. All electrical maintenance will be done by AMPED Electric.

Emergencies – Please call 911

For emergencies please call 911

After you have called 911 please contact James at 539.2180. 

The defibrillator will be kept at the living quarters by the old front entrance for anyone to use if need be.   Please remember you do not need any training to use a defibrillator.  The defibrillator will walk you through what you need to do.  You may also receive guidance from 911.  This device could save someone’s life so please don’t be afraid to use it!!

Summer Times

​The campground will open for the summer season on April 26th, the power will be on and the water will be turned on as soon as the ground thaw allows

Spring is here and like all of you, I am looking forward to the new season! It will be great to see you all again and to welcome any newcomers to the campground.

I would like to send out a big heartfelt thank you to the following people for their contributions to RBCG in 2023

First of all I would like to thank every one of you for coming out and taking part in making RBCG the community it is. 

To Jim Grohs, Wendy Muehmel, and Shelley Sinclair for all your hard work and dedication to the campground last year.

Halloween in the campground was once again a great success, thank you all for participating in this as the kids look forward to it each year.  A special thank you to Jessi Lacoste and Joe Metz (and their crew)  for cooking hot dogs for the kids after the kids finished up with the trick or treating.

Thank you


Spring Site Cleanup

First of all I would like to thank our campers in taking such pride and care on how clean and beautiful their campsites are. Please help by keeping your site clean, RCBG will not tolerate any clutter or vehicles stored at the campground in and around your site. An inspection of each campsite will be done this year, or if we receive complaints you will be asked to clean your site and remove the clutter at your expense, if this does not happen within a specific time period RBCG will charge you $100.00 per hour plus landfill fees to clean it up. 

No Dumping – do not bring any outside debris into the campground to dispose of, this must be taken to the Regina Beach landfill, this includes leaves or wood from your primary homes.

Burn Pile (Wood)– This is for wood from your campsite only, do not bring in any wood from your primary homes. If anyone is caught dumping anything other than wood from your campsite you will be asked to remove it and take to the town landfill at your expense. Continued non-compliance will result in RBCG removing the woodpile all together.

Leaves – We will once again have an area this year for all your leaves. Please do not dispose of any trees or wood products in this area, they must be taken to the burn pile. Do not leave the leaves in garbage bags just dump them in the pile

Quick Reminders!

Washrooms and Storm Shelters – Please keep your children from playing in and around the washrooms and storm shelters.

Season Shut Down

​Please unhook all hoses at shut down this helps us when blowing out the lines. Thank you.

Important Contact Numbers:

James: 306-539-2180
Emergency: 911

Quiet Time

Please respect your neighbors and keep noise to a minimum between the hours of 11PM and 8 AM. If you are planning on entertaining guests past 11 please make arrangements to rent the Quonset. If you have an impromptu party that is going into the quiet time please contact James to see if the Quonset is available as you can move your party down there for no fee.

Seasonal Site Improvements, Trailer Upgrades & Tree Removals

In order to do any kind of improvement to your site you must first obtain approval from James. Process is as follows:

Submit a drawing to James that includes the materials you will be using as per the building code, as well as a phone number that you can be reached at.

James will review, allow up to 10 business days for the approval process to take place. Once you have your signed approval you may begin.

Any trailer upgrades must be approved by James as not all trailers will fit in all sites.

Any tree removal from your site must be removed by RCBG staff and must be approved by James.

There is a buffer zone between each site for privacy. Please respect this zone and do not cut into it.