Upscale RV Park Proposed for SW Michigan
Baroda Township near Bridgman, Mich., could become a destination for people who own high-end RVs.
Township Supervisor Jim Brow says that the Kennedy Reese development company wants to buy the old nine-hole Meadows Family Golf Course and turn it into a 200-lot recreational vehicle park, according to WSJM 1490, St. Joseph, Mich.
Brow says they're not talking about standard RVs, either – they're thinking of $300,000 to $400,000 units…and the park would be set up to match that quality.
It would be fenced in, no one under 40 would be allowed in, and no RVs older than 10 years would qualify. First, the developer needs to get sewer lines installed.
If that works out, then the township would be asked to approve special zoning for the park. Brow says the developer found the area to be attractive for such a recreational vehicle park because of its proximity to Lake Michigan, the highway and shopping spots like St. Joseph.