Tuesday, February 24, 2009

RV paradise turns out to be something less

DARIEN — Linda Williams of inland Bulloch County was looking for Coastal Georgia property and found a deal that seemed too good to be true.

It cost Williams a lot of money to find out what kind of deal it really was.

For $20,000, she bought a lot in an upscale RV park under development and planned to spend her weekends there — relaxing, fishing, enjoying the coastal lifestyle. The park, Shellman Hammock, seemed perfect for her needs.

It seemed like paradise on the Julienton River — long views across the salt marsh, pelicans skimming the surface of the river, the smell of fresh local shrimp frying.

That was last year. This year, the park’s not open, she has no access to her property and can’t put up a tent on it, much less park a motor home or camping trailer.

The county is stopping her.
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