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(Jan. 11, 2018) -- If the county council approves the conditional use permit for the proposed campground it will allow owner Dan Stott to build the park, which will feature 34 campsites, a manager’s residence and a bath facility on 4.76 acres.

UT: Planning commission recommends RV park development

MOAB, Utah —The Grand County Planning Commission recommended on Jan. 9 that four action items should be forwarded to the Grand County Council for final determinations. Two of the agenda items — a conditional use permit for an RV campground at 2380 South U.S. Route 191 and a plat amendment in the Whitehorse subdivision — passed unanimously.

If the county council approves the conditional use permit for the proposed campground it will allow owner Dan Stott to build the park, which will feature 34 campsites, a manager’s residence and a bath facility on 4.76 acres. According to Grand County Community Development Director Zacaria Levine, staff was “supportive” of the idea while preparing it for the council. The site previously housed the Outward Bound School. The site has an existing warehouse and concrete pads.

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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.

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