WATER & BOTTLING
Water Jug Refill Station
RV Water Refill Station
Feel great about drinking water that is good for your body, and the environment! We offer a variety of refillable jug options and provide the freshest water around.
We begin with municipal water, dechlorinate through a charcoal bed, then a sediment filter. A reverse osmosis process makes it 99.99% pure and a UV light removes any potential bacteria.
1 Gallon Jug (4 L): $0.50
2 Gallon Jug (8 L): $1.00
3 Gallon Jug (11.35 L): $1.50
5 Gallon Jug (18 L): $2.00
10 Litre Jug: $1.25
Our bottle filling station is equipped with two taps and a place to rinse and disinfect your bottle with ozonated water.
IBC TOTES & RAIN BARRELS
We now supply both new and reconditioned IBC totes and barrels. Rain harvesting is a great way to reduce municipal water usage and ensure you'll be covered in emergency situations
RV WATER REFILL STATION
One of the benefits of traveling in an RV is having an available supply of water in your RV’s fresh water tank.
Having a fresh water in your tank provides all the water you need for drinking, showering, and washing dishes.
Some RV tanks are so large, you could be boondocking for days - or even weeks - and not worry about running out of water!
Water is an essential resource RVers need to travel comfortably, and it’s critical to have plenty of it. The last thing you want is to run out of water when you’re out camping and be forced to leave early. So, make sure to plan accordingly and be safe when filling up your RV fresh water tank.
Enjoy the ride!
Filling an RV fresh water tank is pretty straightforward, but some tips need to be followed.
Remember that when filling your tank it’s best to monitor your progress, so you know when it’s full. A key point is to try not to fill more than you need for your stay.
Water weighs approximately 8.3 pounds per gallon, so it’s safe to say that it’s heavy! A full fresh water tank could add several hundred pounds to your RV. This means that traveling hundreds of miles with a full fresh water tank would be harder on your engine and brakes - and use considerably more fuel.