Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Oregon Casino Expansion Plans enclude new RV park

The Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians is set on making Canyonville a tourist destination.

With a few changes at the Seven Feathers Hotel and Casino Resort and the construction of a new -- and larger -- RV park behind the Seven Feathers Truck and Travel Center, the goal is to make the area even more attractive to travelers.

Across Interstate 5 from the casino, the new RV park will offer 200 spaces for recreational vehicles.

It sits on 23 acres, surrounded by trees, hills and with the seasonal Jordan Creek running through it. The park, which is already under construction, is expected to open by the end of this year. Each of the parking spaces has a full hookup, including two for sewer.

"We can accommodate the most modern RV in the world," said Jeff Byers, project manager.

The area will be fully landscaped, with walking paths and support buildings. Byers said there are also plans to eventually make the creek permanent with the addition of fish.

"We're striving for a lot of natural things to happen here," he said.Full Story...

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