Utah RV Resort Developer Wants to Expand Project

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November 23, 2010 by   - () Leave a Comment

Developers of a motorcoach resort in St. George, Utah, located in the southwest corner of the state, are requesting a tentative map revision for the first phase of their  resort and country club, The Desert Valley Times, St. George, reported

The motorcoach revised tentative map contains 241 recreational vehicle spaces and six common areas on 30.38 acres at the southwest corner of John Deere Drive and Bertha Howe Avenue.

The applicant wants to revise the tentative map to add 30 lots. The proposed project is on a 60-acre tract zoned RV/motorhome in the northwest corner of the Solstice Resort master plan. The section of the RV resort will be located just north of the proposed workforce multi-family housing.

The original phase one tentative map contained 211 RV lots, five common area lots, three bathroom and shower buildings, a laundry building and a temporary sales/management office. The buildings in the original tentative map also are included in the revised tentative map, and the common area with the laundry building also will have a future clubhouse and recreational facilities not included on the tentative map application. The facilities are conceptual, but will be submitted at a later date in a separate site plan and architectural review.

The subdivision is laid out with common open space fronting the two public streets and main private entry drive. A perimeter road circles the site with intersecting streets laid out in a predominately north-south direction, dividing the site into blocks. RV lots are planned at 45-degree angles to the streets. The layout allows the ingress/egress of large RVs and there is common open space behind each lot through the length of the block.

Lot sizes are varied – “resort” lots are 5,200 square feet, “deluxe” lots are 3,000 square feet and “standard” lots are 2,500 square feet. All lots come with a standard drive-in paved pad, adjacent patio and utility hook-ups. All of the lots also may include bungalow-style residential units, ranging from 144 to 2,500 square feet.

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