Safe, accessible winter storage for your RV is just minutes away

Start making your wedding or garden dreams a reality this winter with Wolf’s Botanical

With ample acreage to accommodate your RV, boat, car or truck, Wolf’s RV Storage offers a wide variety of storage services.

For years, you’ve known Wolf’s Botanical Greenhouse & Landscaping as your go-to source for beautiful plants, garden supplies and landscaping inspiration.

Today, as you consider where you’ll store your RV, camper or boat after creating a season of memories, it’s time to rediscover Wolf’s – Wolf’s RV Storage, that is.

Here’s why:

With ample acreage to accommodate your RV, boat, car or truck, Wolf’s offers a wide variety of storage services, and as always, personal service is guaranteed.

  • Location – Convenientlylocated just a few minutes outside the city, off Highway 12, dropping off your RV is quick and easy. Why travel farther that you need to? And come spring, when you’re ready to pick up your RV for next season, it will be just down the road, notes Ingrid Hainzmann.
  • Affordability – A variety of spots available, and paired with competitive pricing, that means you don’t need to head further afield to find winter storage that works. Better yet, sign up for a full year and you’ll get one month’s storage free, Hainzmann says.
  • Security – With the owners living onsite throughout the winter, and security fencing and gates, you can rest assured that the RV you’ve invested in is safe and secure. RV owners also have gate keys to access their RVs year-round (please call ahead through winter).

Time to start planning your spring wedding and garden

If you’re getting ready to say “I do” this coming spring or summer, THIS is time to get planning and the experts at Wolf’s Botanical are happy to help you make your dream day a reality.

Fall and winter are also ideal for creating a vision for your garden. While planting season is still a season or two away, planning now for new trees, new hardscaping or new garden beds – and the plants to fill them with – begins with the knowledgeable experts at Wolf’s, who’ve helped keep Central Alberta beautiful for 34 years.

To start discussing your floral or garden plans, call the garden centre at 403-782-5729.

Visit Wolf’s Botanical near Lacombe at 40303 RR #260, or online at


Helping create a beautiful community since 1985, Wolf’s Botanical boasts an extensive garden centre filled with unique and beautiful plants, along with everything you need to create a gorgeous garden. Secure vehicle, vessel and RV storage is also available in-site.


If you’re getting ready to say “I do” this coming spring or summer, the experts at Wolf’s Botanical are happy to help you make your dream day a reality.

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