Sunland Opens Parks to California Fire Victims
Sunland RV Resorts is opening the doors of its two locations in the Southern California desert to those who have been displaced by the nearby wildfire.
Residents of the affected cities can receive a free night at Emerald Desert RV Resort in Palm Desert or Golden Village Palms RV Resort in Hemet through July 25, according to a news release. The affected cities include Bonita Vista, Mountain Center, Idyllwild, Pine Spring Ranch, Pinyon Pines, Pine Cove and Fern Valley.
“We understand that these situations are scary and stressful for everyone involved,” stated Michael Carle, general manager of Golden Village Palms RV Resort. “It is our goal to help our surrounding communities by giving families a place to go if they have been evacuated or are seeking a safer environment.”
The free night is available only to residents in affected areas, and RVs are required to stay on site. Domestic animals only, as Sunland RV Resorts cannot accommodate other animals including livestock. Reservations are required. To view additional resort information, please visit http://www.sunlandrvresorts.com.
Continued Carle, “On behalf of the entire Sunland RV Resorts family, our thoughts go out to the affected and to the firefighters working tirelessly to contain the blaze.”
For more information or to book at Emerald Desert RV Resort, call (877) 624-4140. To book at Golden Village Palms RV Resort, call (800) 323-9610.
About Sunland RV Resorts
Sunland RV Resorts is a leading outdoor resort developer and operator with eight locations in California and Florida. Sunland properties are located in top tourist destinations and feature upscale, resort-style amenities; including pools, sport courts and spacious clubhouses. Sunland resorts are located in San Diego; Escondido, Calif.; El Cajon, Calif.; Hemet, Calif.; Palm Desert, Calif.; and Okeechobee, Fla. For more information on Sunland or any of its resorts, visit http://www.sunlandrvresorts.com.