A new RV park could be coming south of the New York Canal in Idaho, according to Boise Dev.com.
Last week, Justin and Jana Griffin submitted an application with Ada County to construct a 388-unit RV resort at 7680 W Vallejo Road. The roughly 40-acre property, which is located west of the southern end of Cole Road, is currently the home of the shooting range Black Dog Clays.
The application is likely to come before the Ada County Planning & Zoning Commission for a decision to rezone the property from Rural Preservation to Neighborhood Commercial. The application also proposes changing the parcel from rangeland to commercial on the county’s future land use map.
Sebastian Griffin, project manager for RV resort developer Griffin Marketing, said his uncle Justin Griffin purchased the property with the vision of filling a need for more RV spaces in the Treasure Valley. This would be Griffin Marketing’s first RV resort. He said some parks in Nampa and Caldwell have waiting lists for spaces stretching multiple years long and it leaves people searching for affordable or transitional housing out of luck.
The first phase would include the common area improvements and 117 RV sites and the second phase would build out 62 sites. The final stage would fill out the last 208 sites. Each space will include room for two vehicles to park and the RV.