Monday, December 27, 2010
When a Resort Isn't
As is common with hotels, RV parks are notorious for adding "Resort" to their name to attract business and charge a few extra dollars. We've seen our share of "resorts" that are nothing more than sand lots, gravel pits and open fields with water and electricity. A good example is the Big Bend RV Park that touts itself as a "resort" when, in fact, this dusty campground had nothing more than just those services and sewer, one small tree and a $2 fee to use the campground shower.