Texas RV Resort Planned Near Tiger Refuge

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July 19, 2010 by   - () Leave a Comment

One of the tigers at the Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge.

Bud Surles’ Signature Resorts has announced a completed master plan for Tiger Creek Resort, located in Tyler, Texas.

Tiger Creek Resort is an enterprise developed in conjunction with the Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge, a non-profit organization in tiger conservation, education, big cat rescue and rehabilitation. The new resort will sell RV memberships and cottage timeshares, rent RV sites and cottages and rent event facilities at the resort, according to a news release.

Amenities include a swimming pool, a small lake and dock, a camper service building with a gift shop, a playground and two outdoor pavilions. “I have had the privilege of working with many unique ideas in my career, but this one stands to be one of the most exciting,” said Surles, reminiscing his 30 years of park development and design.

Brian and Lisa Werner, owners of Tiger Creek Resort, are well respected in the business community, and the Tyler community. Brian Werner has experienced substantial success in the start-up of several organizations and Lisa Werner brings a wealth of marketing experience that will only enhance their combined ability to succeed in this new venture.

“This development is really about bringing people and animals together through a nature-based tourist attraction that also provides sustainability for the big cats of Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge. Basically we plan to offer a 'living resort' with an 'exotic experience,'" said Brian Werner.

Surles’ Signature Resorts,, provides award-winning services for corporations, public agencies, and individuals in consulting resort design, master planning for resorts and RV parks, Greenfield land development, site consultations, and leading seminars in the resort and RV industries. With over 30 years experience, Surles has won national recognition for his management, development and leadership accomplishments and offers knowledge and expertise in developing resorts across the nation.

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