b'Hurricane Laurafrom page 3 The National Association of RV Parks Gila Bend KOAfrom page 3 that he and Catalana are leaving the KOAand Campgrounds(ARVC) Foundations franchise network on positive terms. WeI had evacuees checking in from Lake Disaster Relief Fund is seeking dona- PEThouse Suite, and four deluxe tent sites. have no hard feelings with anyone at KOA,CharlesandOrange,Texas,LeBlanc tions to help support RV park and camp- All of their pull-through sites are 100 feet Swanson said, adding, They have a win-said. Most of them came and said they ground owners that have been impacted long and 55 feet wide with the back-in sites ning formula, great support and a loyal fol-wanted to stay one night, two nights or by Hurricane Laura. being 85 feet deep by 55 feet wide. Among lowing of RV enthusiasts. I still plan to staymaybe three. The ARVC Foundations Disaster Re- the parks carefully thought out amenities at KOAs when I continue my travels in myWith so much personal experience lief Fund was created to help RV park and are a heated swimming pool, a large recre- motorhome. Who knows what the futurewith hurricanes, LeBlanc said offering campground owners recover from disas- ation room, an outdoor veranda, a 24-hour may bring? I may knock on their door andsteep discounts to evacuees is the right ters like this, and the fund isnt possible laundry room with a clothesline, a rest- ask to come back in.thing to do. without donations from ARVC members. room/shower building, a putting green, a FormoreinformationaboutSonoraTo me, youve got to take care of peo- If you would like to make a donation, horseshoe pit, and a petanque court. DesertRVPark,pleasevisitSonoran-ple when theres a crisis, he said. visit arvc.org/ARVC-Foundation.WCM Swanson said he wanted to make it clear DesertRVPark.com. WCMMARKETPLACEADVERTISE HERE!Get your business in front of over14,000 readers every month.Contact your sales representative574-266-7980WOODALLSCM.com October 2020-33'