The terms “luxury” and “recreational vehicle” may traditionally seem mutually exclusive. But that is changing, especially in the western U.S., Travel Weekly noted.
This week, the northern New Mexico mountain resort Angel Fire said it is on track to open its multi-million-dollar, luxury RV park this spring, which would offer road trippers access to amenities that one would expect at a high-end hotel or vacation rental house, Travel Weekly reported.
There will be hot tubs and fire pits, paved roads, a private clubhouse, Direct TV, bocce ball, a dog park and more. And the spaces will be large enough to accommodate the largest RVs on the roads, Travel Weekly explained.
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