Wildwood, Fla., commissioners Monday (June 28) night approved a comprehensive plan amendment and commercial zoning for the Oxford RV Resort, where 264 campsites are planned on 26 acres, according to Village-News.com.
The property is on the northern border of the Oxford Oaks subdivision along U.S. 301 near County Road 466 and several Oxford Oaks residents spoke against the project at a meeting early this month of the Wildwood Planning and Zoning Board.
Part of the property already is zoned commercial, which permits the resort development. Tuesday’s action involved the remaining 10 acres of the property.
At the zoning board meeting, Steven Jennings, one of the owners said the resort will not be a short-stay campground. He said RV owners would stay up to six months and that it would be a destination-type park.