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ken56

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Posted: 01/27/22 03:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

...coming to Dandridge TN. A 500 site RV resort is in the process of being built in Jefferson County TN. It will be right off exit 412 on the south side of I-40 but far enough away from the highway to not be an issue with road noise. 412 is the same exit you use to go to Anchor Down. Site plan looks nice but I am not sure on how big the sites will be..

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Posted: 01/27/22 06:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

ken56 wrote:

...coming to Dandridge TN. A 500 site RV resort is in the process of being built in Jefferson County TN. It will be right off exit 412 on the south side of I-40 but far enough away from the highway to not be an issue with road noise. 412 is the same exit you use to go to Anchor Down. Site plan looks nice but I am not sure on how big the sites will be..


Here's a news article:

https://www.wate.com/news/local-news/new........on-rv-resort-coming-to-jefferson-county/


I'm surprised anyone's willing to spend (or lend) $18M on a huge RV park, this RV boom isn't going to last forever.

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Posted: 01/27/22 07:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Well said rlw999

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How about this one?

https://www.highwaywestvacations.com/properties/flyingflagsavilabeach

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To close to Gatlinburg—Pigeon Forge/Dollywood to fail or Asheville, NC

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The RV boom could stop now and popular parks will be full for decades.
That is a great location.


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I believe he will do well. It took Anchor Down like 2 seasons to get the word out and become popular. I watched it being built. Since then another park has been built just up the road east of Anchor Down and it is full also but they are long term leases. We have seen about 3 new parks built in the area but again, they ae long term lease parks. This new park will not have any long term leases, at least that is what they say now, but will have a 2 night minimum requirement.

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"I'm surprised anyone's willing to spend (or lend) $18M on a huge RV park"

No, it won't last forever. But if the land value will continue to rise, the investor may have covered himself/herself.


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ferndaleflyer wrote:

To close to Gatlinburg—Pigeon Forge/Dollywood to fail or Asheville, NC


Plus Flatrock, which will be just over an hour from there. (Flatrock does plan some campsites, but certainly not 500)

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