An RV park expansion proposal that could bring in an additional $350,000 in revenue is on the table in Winchester Bay, Ore., according to The Umpqua Post.
Specifically this is for the Winchester Bay RV Resort, as Salmon Harbor Master Paul Stallard explained.
In all, Stallard estimates the project to cost $2.5 million. This includes: laundry facilities; showers and restrooms; Salmon Harbor buying all picnic tables and fire pit rings, plus installing Wi-Fi and antennae, and planting trees and shrubs.
Estimates call for 40 needed RV sites.
“Our peak times are June, July, August, September and October,” Stallard said.
He walked through the phase process, explaining that in back in 1998 workers put in the first 56 sites. Phase two then kicked in two years later and there are now 138 RV sites.
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