Many families who are ready to pull the covers
off of their recreational vehicle are looking for new campgrounds to explore. Recently, Canton Township in Pennsylvania announced that it may decide to establish an RV park in an area that was originally used for gravel, according to The Daily Review.
The Bradford County Planning Commission told the news source that Chesterfield RV is requesting to convert the area to a park that would include kitchen, dining, laundry and recreational facilities for motorhome travelers. Specifically, the park would accommodate the high volume of natural gas workers who pass through the area. The campground would span over 6 acres of land.
RA Global Services vice president Todd Harris told the news source that the officials are just waiting for the board to make sure the nearby roadways are safe for the construction of the park.
Approximately 180 open beds will be available for the traveling natural gas workers. The laundry and eating facilities will be established in motorhomes throughout the park, according to Harris. His company will be providing the park with the accommodations.
A family of four can save an average of 74 percent by vacationing in a motorhome, according to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association.