Outdoor Hospitality News
For Campground & RV Park Owners

News for December 4, 2021

Proposed Kentucky RV Resort Faces Another Hurdle

Share this article

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

A planned Kentucky RV park that will cover over 200 acres and cross county lines has run into another issue in development, a report said.

In a 6-0 vote, which was applauded by a plethora of Midway neighbors, the Midway city council decided not to supply sewer or water for the Kentucky Bluegrass Experience Resort (KBER).

“The size was overwhelming. The ramifications of both the city and the residents for me did not justify taking the risk to put it in place,” Midway resident David Shaw said.

The proposed park would be on 97 acres within Woodford County and around 142 in Scott County. With a population of around 1,700, both the mayor and the council said they are unable to comprehend the thought of having more people at the park on any given day than there would be in the whole city.

The project’s attorney, Hank Graddy,  stated that KBER developers would rescind their plan for Scott County and head back to the drawing board until they have the votes they want.

The developer’s attorney stated that they would be returning to the city council to present a fresh idea, but did not specify an exact date for when this would occur.

Share this article

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
Modern Campground

Modern Campground

Modern Campground is the most innovative news source in the Outdoor Hospitality industry. We provide global news coverage for RV Park and Campground owners, operators, managers, and their team members.
Connect on Social Media
MC Fireside Chats
Latest Outdoor Hospitality News
Mark Wahlberg, Jay Feldman Open Second Ohio Airstream & RV Dealership
The Effects of Record Manufacturing Results on RVing’s Future
Omicron Variant Arrives, Travel Restrictions Right Around The Corner
Council Delays Decision On Blyth Campground Pilot Project
US Employers Slowed Down November Recruitment

Stay Updated
Outdoor Hospitality News