Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Lake Siskiyou Campground improvements planned

California - Improvement to the marina, RV area and cabins at the Lake Siskiyou Campground were announced to the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors as ”exciting news“ by Public Works Director Brian McDermott on October 4th as he introduced concessionaire Thomas Reynolds, owner of Reynolds Resorts, who presented the proposals, including a requested fee increase.

Reynolds purchased the franchise to Lake Siskiyou Campground two years ago, operating the Siskiyou County-owned facility near the city of Mount Shasta as a concessionaire for the last two summers.

”The Lake Siskiyou Camp Resort has grown to a sizable property, and there needs to be improvements to modernize the facility for the larger RVs popular today.“

Reynolds said he is willing to pay for improvements to the Lake Siskiyou Camp Resort including creating from 35 to 50 premium RV sites with larger pull-through spaces at a cost of $150,000 to $200,000 to accommodate the large RVs.

”The last RV site development was in 1985 with 64 new sites,“ Reynolds said. ”Our 109 full hookup RV sites are 100 percent occupied during prime season and we turn away thousands each year who would like to come.“

He said the proposed new premium RV site is in an environmentally friendly location well back from the lake but close to the store. It will be the first camp site people come to when they enter the camp resort. ”The RV sites will be on natural ground with only one paved road to access them.“ Full Story...

Trailer Life Campground Directory

<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

Subscribe to Posts [Atom]