Saturday, September 13, 2008

RV owners offered a place of their own

TUSCALOOSA AL - Cavalcades of motorcoaches are a common sight in downtown Tuscaloosa before Alabama home football games as devoted fans roar into town early for a long weekend of celebration.

But as downtown RV restrictions grow and the number of parking spaces near the stadium dwindle, many a road warrior has been forced to park elsewhere. Developers, meanwhile, have sensed an opportunity.

Enter TideTown motor coach resort on Kicker Road, near University Boulevard, developed by Bradley Fields of Orange Beach. The 84-lot RV park will be marketed to owners of “class A” motorcoaches — luxury RVs that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Andy Turner of Advantage Realty Group, who represents TideTown, said the RV park will open in August 2009.

TideTown lots average 2,470 square feet and come standard with a concrete parking pad for one RV coach and a car. Each pad comes equipped with connections for water, sewer, electricity, Internet and cable.
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