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Texas Park Rendering

A rendering of the proposed park.

A Jonestown, Texas, developer will not need to have his RV park platted after Travis County Commissioner’s granted his request for exemption, during Tuesday’s (June 22) meeting, according to the Virtual Builders Exchange.

The 6.68-acre property, Andrew Brown’s Cabin and RV Village, is undeveloped and located on the east side of FM1431, and just south of Nameless Road at 18245 FM 1431 in the northern portion of the town.

The RV park will consist of 81 paved RV slots, a 2,648 square-foot pavilion with bathrooms and laundry facilities, and a small outdoor recreation area.

Andrew T. Brown, the developer, submitted a letter to the commission stating that the park would be more in line with a commercial development, rather than a neighborhood lot.

“The RV park will be privately owned and managed with RV spaces being rented out to visitors. RV spaces will not be subdivided into lots and sold as would be seen in a residential neighborhood,” Brown stated. “For this reason we feel the RV park should be treated as a commercial development rather than a subdivision.”

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