Four RV Parks Planned for North Dakota Community
During the first quarter of 2012 nearly $40 million worth of projects were permitted in Williams County, North Dakota – including three RV parks.
While the RV Parks will help ease concern about banning them from parking within the Williston City limits, they won’t be ready anytime soon, the Williston Herald reported.
“The Williams County Commissioners instructed us to fast track RV park applications,” says Jill Edson, Williams County planning and zoning administrator.
The current applications will be reviewed in May by the planning and zoning commission.
Edson says the county expected a lot more interest in RV campgrounds. The three pending projects include a 30-acre park being planned by David Loyens in the Missouri Ridge Commercial Park; Bill Sheldon is seeking permission to build a 5-acre project with 38 lots in the Nesson Valley area; and Kevin Heinen is planning to build a 10-acre RV Park near 60th Street on the west side of U.S. Highway 2.
A fourth campground called the Prairie RV Park is being planned in the Bakken Industrial Park – which is located within the city limits.