New Trailer Showcase

  • Armadillo Trailers
  • Happier Camper HC1
  • Create Cafe 3D Printed Trailer

Vendor Displays

11:00-22:00  Thur-Sat Aug 16-18

  • Bee-2-Gether covers
  • Happy Campers Odor free Holding Tank Treatment

Daily Feature 

  • Thursday Aug 16 – Enjoy visiting and try the award winning cheese at the Wine & Cheese Social sponsored by Fromagerie Bothwell Cheese
  • Friday Aug 17 – BBQ Beef-on-a-bun dinner -brought to you by Peavey Mart
  • Friday Aug 17 – Nichole Huck and Shawn Fraser packed up their three kids (under the age of 6) in a 1972 Boler and took an epic four month 17,185 km road trip from their home in Regina, Saskatchewan to the West Coast, down the coast and into Mexico and back up through middle America. They will share some of their experiences travelling with a young family of five in a ten foot Boler and some of the hacks they learned along the way.
  • Saturday Aug 18 – Public open house, The gates to our event are open to the public show off your trail, tour the hundreds of trailers that have come from all over Canada and the USA

Camping Treasures – Beer & Wine Garden

  • Our Beer & Wine Garden will be a relaxing venue open daily till about 11:00 pm
  • It includes a small stage which will feature musical background entertainment

Tuesday August 14, 2018

Sorry we cannot allow anyone except designated volunteers into the event on Tuesday August 14.

All designated volunteers must be a registered volunteer and enter betwe0en 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
(No entry after 6:00 on Aug 14 as the Gates will be locked)

Wednesday August 15, 2018

Event Officially Opens.  After four years of planning and anticipation the Boler 50th Anniversary celebration officially starts.  After you get set-up grab something to eat and start meeting all your new friends

08:00 – 10:30   Winnipeg arrival

10:00 – 12:30   East Caravan arrival

12:00 – 15:00   West Caravan arrival

10:00 – 15:00   South Caravan arrival

17:30 – 19:00   Meet & Greet

19:00 – 19:30   Event Welcoming

20:00 – 22:30   Feature Entertainment

Thursday August 16, 2018

The first full day, food trucks will be on site with coffee and food.   Take a morning walk to meet your neighbours and find old and new friends.  Come for a morning stretch and yoga session, join in a huge Ukulele lesson, or attend one or all the workshops.  The day ends with a Wine & Cheese Social and some fantastic musical entertainment.  

09:45 – 10:45  Morning Yoga & Coffee

11:00 – 12:00  Group Ukulele lessons by Long & McQuade

12:30 – 13:30  Workshop 1A

12:30 – 13:30  Workshop 1B
Cushion and Curtain Workshop

14:00 – 15:00   Guest Speaker 2A
Our Fibreglass Journey – Collecting, Renting, Designing and Building Happier Campers

14:00 – 15:00   Workshop 2B
Photography Workshop

16:00 – 19:00   Wine & Cheese Social – Fromagerie Bothwell Cheese

19:30 – 23:00   Feature Entertainment

Friday August 17, 2018

If you think Thursday was fun, welcome to Friday.  Go back to your favourite food truck or try a new one.   Are your muscles sore from Thursday’s activities, try the morning yoga session to feel better.  Join the Ukulele lessons or just come over to watch, followed by more great workshops & demonstrations.  The day ends with a BBQ Beef on a Bun dinner followed by more fantastic musical entertainment.  

09:00 – 09:45   Morning Yoga & Coffee

10:00 – 11:00   Group Ukulele lessons by Long & McQuade

11:15 – 12:15   Workshop & Demo 3A
Batteries and Solar for RV’s

11:15 – 12:15   Workshop 3B
Family / Team Scavenger Hunt

12:45 – 14:00   Guest Speaker 4A
3D Printed Trailer – the technology, design with Q&A

12:45 – 14:00   Workshop & Demo 4B
Arts, Crafts & Ice Cream for Kids

14:30 – 15:30   Guest Speaker; Nichole Huck and Shawn Fraser – 4 months, family of 5, 17,185 km in a 13′ boler

16:00 – 18:00   BBQ Beef-on-a-Bun

19:30 – 23:00   Feature Entertainment

Saturday August 18, 2018

We all know how many people want to own a Boler (or any moulded fibreglass trailer). Today we open the park to the public for the day, from 10:00 am – 11:00 pm,  Owner of the trailers can offer the public a chance to view their trailer from 10;00 am to 3;00 pm. If the trailer door is open you are welcoming visitors to come take a look, if you want to be left alone just close your door and lock it.  A good part of today is for you to enjoy whatever way you would like.  Stick around after 3;00 pm and visit the vendors, buy some official merchandise, the evening ends with some great entertainment.

09:00 – 09:45   Morning Yoga & Coffee

10:00 – 15:00   Trailer Open House (Public)

15:00 – 19:00   Free Time

19:00 – 19:30   Fond Farewell, a few closing words

19:30 – 23:00   Feature Entertainment

Sunday August 19, 2018

WOW what an event,.  Did everyone have fun?  Today we expect many of you will have to pack up their trailers and head home.  Thank you all for coming,   


For those not in a rush to head home or onto other destinations you are welcome to stay a day or two longer.  There are no events planned but when has that stopped the fun.  Vendors will be packing up their displays, crews will be taking down the stages and sound equipment,  the showers and extra portable toilets will be moved out and you will have to either cook your own meals or go offsite to a local restaurant. To me this sounds just like camping.  Just remember we all have to leave the park by Tuesday August 21, 2018


* Events and Times subject to change

 Workshops & Demonstrations

Cushion and Curtain Workshop

Description: Come learn how to transform the look of your trailer by making new cushions and curtains. Jessica and Carol will guide you through the process of constructing cushions and curtains. Full description and info here Tips and Techniques for Sewing Boler Cushions and Curtains

Presented by: Carol Wilkinson & Jessica Janus


Description:  Want to do more off-grid camping but have questions? Why not join us a an informative presentation with two-time Oliver owners and boondocking experts, Steve and Tali Landrum of Tupelo, Mississippi, USA. The Landrums purchased their first Oliver in 2008, logging tens of thousands of miles and countless hours camping in state and federal parks and BLM land from Florida to Alaska. By 2013, the Landrums had outgrown their single axle Ollie and upgraded to the very first tandem axle Oliver Legacy Elite II in 2014. They have been happily crisscrossing the country ever since and are looking forward to sharing their experiences and hard-won boondocking knowledge with you during their formal Boondocking presentation. If you really want to get away from it all, plan to take part in this workshop.

Presented by: Steve and Tali Landrum of Tupelo, Mississippi, USA.

Photography Workshop

Description:  This workshop is designed for those with adjustable cameras (advanced Point & Shoot or DSLRs) that are interesting in gaining more control over your camera than the program or automatic modes provide.

We will discuss the effect of choosing the Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO on the resulting image, and how you can alter these settings to produce images that are not possible on the program/automatic setting.

Presented by: Jon Vermilye

 Batteries and Solar for RV’s

Description:  This will be an overview of the different types of solar panels and mounting systems, charge controllers and inverters, types of batteries and how they all work together.

Presented by: Shari McDowell & Matthew Longman  from Azimuth Solar Products

Family / Team Scavenger Hunt

Description: t’s Friday morning. You’ve been at the Boler Anniversary shindig for two nights now. Enough time to get your Boler legs, to meet with some of your fellow campers, to check out some drool-worthy trailers, to learn a few new Boler tidbits….and now here is your chance to prove that you’ve been paying attention! The Boler 50th Anniversary Scavenger Hunt, and your team will have 1.5 hours to complete the hunt.

Rules of engagement:

1) – Pre-registration is required, and registration will be capped at 50 teams.
(pre-registration at volunteer table in Vendor area)
2) – One team per trailer, with a max of two adults per team.
3) – Photos will be required as part of the submission, so the ability to take photos that can be shown to the judges will be
4) – Kids under the age of ten must be supervised.
5) – Bring a pen! And a sense of humour!
6) – Prizes will be given out to the winning team(s)

Presented by: Erika Holter

Trailer Maintenance Tips & Tricks  (TBA)

Description: TBA

Presented by: Dave Bell & TBA


Guest Speakers

Regina to Mexico – family of 5 in a 13′ boler

Description: The 4 month adventure of Nichole Huck and Shawn Fraser along with their 3 children travel from Regina Saskatchewan, travelling 17,185 km across North America to Mexico in their 1972 13′ boler.

Presented by: Nichole Huck and Shawn Fraser

3D Printed Trailer – the technology, design with Q&A

Description: TBA

Presented by: Randy Janes

Our Fibreglass Journey – Collecting, Renting, Designing and Building Happier Campers

Description: Join Derek Michael as he shares his journey from buying his first fibreglass trailer, collecting and renting trailer and finally designing and manufacturing the very popular Happier Camper.

Presented by: Derek Michael