Cactus Blume Campground Project
Camping has become more popular than ever as staycations have become the new norm amid global travel restrictions - and the great outdoors have provided a covid friendly escape from home. As a result, Cactus Blume Campground opted to add another 20 serviced seasonal sites for the upcoming season and called in Impact to get the job done.
Set in Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, and positioned on Lake Diefenbaker, the project presented both challenges and interesting opportunities to showcase Impact’s scope of service and expertise. Impact was involved in the initial build of the campsite, which included 126 sites, 63 septic tanks, 4” water main from the water plant and a lake fed irrigation system. The second phase of the project added 20 new sites which Impact completed 2 years ago. This new job marked the third phase of this ambitious project which involved adding 20 new sites including septic tanks, water system and additional irrigation to the sites as well as electrical services for each site.
Impact installed a unique irrigation system with water fed directly from the lake through a submersible pumping system. We trenched and laid over 700 meters of 4” water mains to the campsites to provide power to 146 campsites.
The project wrapped up in 3 months and the newly expanded and serviced campground is open and ready to welcome happy campers for the 2021 season.
As a new owner of Cactus Blume Campsite, I was impressed by the work that Impact had done in the first two phases of the project, and so, they where the natural choice for our 3rd phase build out. Impact offered us a one stop shop for a range of specialist services and they brought a level of expertise that's not easy to find. They were professional, reliable and solution oriented - not to mention, an absolute pleasure to work with.
Steven Wiens, Owner.