Armando (Mandy) Alonso, owner of American Cruising RV (dba American Adventures RV), has partnered with Wildwood RV Village owner Mike Wood to bring a new luxury service to the RV owners in Central Florida. Wood also operates Travelers Campground in Breezy Oaks, and Lake Pan RV Village, Fla.
Alonso, who has logged 40-plus years in the RV industry founding and overseeing several dealerships, stated in a press release, “Our purpose is to provide an onsite concierge service to all of our campground guests, including includes RV service, parts, sales, financing, extended warranties and a free safety inspection. Members will receive a complimentary one-week stay at any of the four campgrounds when they purchase an RV from AARV. We also have plenty of space to host and welcome rally groups of all sizes.”
Alonso will also be building a state-of-the-art full RV sales, service, parts and rental dealership, set to be completed by the Fall and located at the Wildwood RV Village. In addition, Wood and Alonso are expanding the Wildwood RV Village Campground, originally built in the early 1970s as a KOA.
Wood stated, “I started out with just 108 spaces. Phase one began as an expansion and major renovation project and was completed December 2018 with 27 spaces added, bringing the total to 135. Building upon the ‘Old Wild West’ theme of the Wildwood area, no detail was spared in the transformation of the office, recreation halls and facilities. It’s truly a one-of-a-kind location.
“Phase two is set to break ground in the spring as a 200-plus site expansion on the north side, adding larger and more modern spaces, additional outdoor recreational areas and amenities and a second convenient access in an out of the park,” he added. “Phase three will begin in spring 2020, adding up to another 100 sites to the east of the original park. Building on the successes of the previous multiphase developments, additional land to the north and/or east will be acquired. Wildwood RV Village will boast over 600 sites in one of the fastest-growing and sought-out areas in the country.”