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MT: Eighty-two unit RV park proposed

(Oct. 11, 2018) -- Developers of a proposed 82-unit RV park held a public meeting Oct. 1 to present their preliminary plans and gather public comment. The proposed park owner Brandon Grosvenor was accompanied by Paul Forsting of Territorial Landworks.

SEELEY LAKE, Mont. — Developers of a proposed 82-unit RV park held a public meeting Oct. 1 to present their preliminary plans and gather public comment. The proposed park owner Brandon Grosvenor was accompanied by Paul Forsting of Territorial Landworks, the surveying and engineering company hired to design the project.

The RV Park is proposed on the east side of Highway 83 on a 10-acre parcel directly south of the Seeley Lake 1-Stop Convenience Store.

Grosvenor is a long time resident of Missoula and his family has spent a lot of time camping in the Seeley Lake area over the years. He said that about 10 years ago they decided to get a state cabin lease site to park a camper because it was getting hard to find a site on the weekends.

Read the full story from Seeley Swan Pathfinder.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

One comment

  1. we do not need an RV Park in the middle of Town, RV parks should be reserved for areas not directly exposed to Residents and main streets. they need to buy property off the main road and closer to the Lakes, not next to a Gas Station and Medical Center. If you truly want to Help the Local Economy, put up Several Affordable Housing units there, or even an 80 unit Apartment Building. This location is not for Camping.

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