An application for a site and development plan for Treehouse Village RV Resort has been approved by Florida’s Newberry Board of Adjustment. The decision came during the group’s June 13 meeting, a report said.
Under the proposal submitted by JBPro Engineering, which acted as the agent for owner M3 RV Land, LLC, phase one of the project will include 300 sites and 14,430 square feet of a clubhouse, resort store, and bath facilities. Also included are parking, stormwater, and utilities.
The Newberry board decided to approve the plan subject to the approval of a fire hydrant plan from the city’s fire department.
The property is approximately 44.96 acres and is located at 2120 N.W. State Road 45 (tax parcel 01879-002-000).
The outdoor hospitality industry in Florida continues to flourish with the creation of new parks and the expansion of existing ones.
In June, Modern Campground published a story about the expansion of Wildwood RV Village in Florida.
Back then, work on the RV park’s phase three was still underway, but almost half of its new premium sites were already booked for the season, according to Jennifer Johnson, the operations property manager of Wildwood RV.
Reporting about the proposed development in Newberry originally appeared on Alachua County Today.