Community Connections

The Stovolds’ commitment to customer service, community, and making a difference extends well beyond the shores of Lake Simcoe.

Over the years, various members of the family have acquired and operated – maintaining the same exacting standards – an award-winning KOA Campground and The RV Warehouse near the intersection of Hwy 400 and exit 89. 

Jeff Stovold has also served as President of the Ontario Marine Operators Association (now Boating Ontario), Canada’s largest recreational boating association, and was selected by The Greater Innisfil Chamber of Commerce to represent them in the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Torch Relay. Jeff is shown here at the end of his run, where grandson Austin was among family awaiting him.

Instrumental in continuously raising the bar under his leadership, Ryan Stovold was presented with the 2013 Innisfil Chamber of Commerce Environmental Leadership Award; the 2015 Innisfil Business of the Year Award; the 2015 Innisfil Environmental Harvest Moon Award; the 2015 Ontario Marina Leader Award, and 5 Anchor Platinum Clean Marine Achievement Award; the 2016 Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority’s Water Conservation Award; and one of Boating Ontario’s most esteemed honours, the Robert Eaton Environmental Award (2016).

Further abroad, as part of the Rain Harvest Team Jeff and wife Cathy have travelled to Kenya to work at an orphanage called Mully Children's Family Homes. A cause close to the hearts of the couple, MCF rescues and cares for abandoned and abused children. Proceeds donated from the Lefroy Harbour Golf Classic assist in MCF’s ongoing efforts; to date it has transformed the lives of more than 10,000 street kids.