Nestled into the rolling coulee along the Battle River, Dorchester Ranch RV & Golf Resort offers a perfect opportunity for families to belong to a unique recreational lifestyle community for an affordable price.
81 lots have been reserved already!
Developer to raise lot prices on select lots as Resort Develops.
Dorchester Ranch provides a wealth of amenities for all age groups, while the surrounding area is rich with countless attractions.
Children’s splash park, swimming pool, tennis and half basketball courts, barbecue picnic areas, walking trails, recreation centre, fireside lounge, community hall, showers and laundry facilities all will add to the pleasure of owning an RV Lot in this prestigious community.
With 175 fully serviced residential sized RV/Park Model Lots and 24 residential home lots intertwined within the 18 hole golf course spread over 270 acres, there is plenty of room for taking a stroll down one of the many paths or roadways, while enjoying the picturesque views of the surrounding rolling terrain.
Whether an avid golfer, bookworm, hiker, biker or poolside lounger, there is plenty to do all within the development.
No matter what your pleasure, Dorchester Ranch RV and Golf Resort has the answer. Simple RV living just hit a new pinnacle. Come see what you are missing!
Boating and beach enthusiasts are a mere 10 minutes’ drive from the tranquil waters of Pigeon Lake. Swimmers can claim a spot on Ma-Me-O Beach, while boaters and fishermen can launch their boats at one of the Lakes' entry points.
For your day to day needs you will find all the essentials such as a grocery store in the Village at Pigeon Lake, plus some amenities that you would not expect to find here like a spa, clothing store as well as restaurants.
These are just a few of the reasons why Dorchester Ranch is the natural home for your RV/Park Model, and the perfect playground for you and your family. Call one of our friendly representatives today and let them answer any questions that you might have and arrange a time explore this stunning property.
A very harsh winter settled in to the area like most places in Alberta this year.