Saturday, February 23, 2008

A Place to Park That Million-Dollar RV

New York Times
About 8.3 American households currently own an RV, according to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association. It seems only fitting that the luxury RV crowd — some of whom may have paid upwards of $2 million to purchase their mobile homes —prefer lots a bit spiffier than your average roadside campground. Although private gated communities for RVs exist, starting this spring the country will have its first national chain. Called Bella Terra (, the chain will open its first resort, above, in Gulf Shores, Ala. The property will include a clubhouse, pools, a children’s water play area, a movie theater, a lake stocked for fishing and business and fitness centers. Nightly rates will be about $100; those interested in purchasing lots will be able to do so for a starting price of $100,000. The chain is expected to develop five more properties within the next 38 to 46 months.
RV Education 101 has bundled it's instructional DVDs into cost saving Value Packs. Each of the three packs includes four training DDVDs (3 hours of information) that help RVers understand how an RV works, and how to maintain and use their RV. There are DVD sets for motorized or towable units.

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