RV Park Project At Kessler Mountain Gets Permit

February 13, 2018 by   - () Leave a Comment

A planned RV resort north of Kessler Mountain, Ark., will provide an amenity the city lacks, the project’s founders say.

The Planning Commission on Monday (Feb. 12) voted 7-0 to approve a use permit allowing RVs and camping on about 71/2 acres of a 30-acre plot at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Hanshew Road. The permit sets in motion further steps needed to establish The Reserve at Mount Kessler, according to the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Business partners Larry Cole and Marc and Theresa Newman said the resort will serve as a high-end experience in a rustic setting. Information provided to city planners indicates the resort would have 99 sites for RVs, complete with access to electricity, water and sewer, Internet, a dining area, fire pit and room for parking.

Water features and native landscaping also would adorn the site. The resort will consist primarily of back-in and pull-through RV spaces. A clubhouse will include an indoor meeting area and spa-like restrooms. Resort-goers also could play shuffleboard, bocce ball, horseshoes and volleyball, and would be in close proximity to walking and biking trails, including the Razorback Greenway.

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