Cypress Trail RV Resort, southwest Florida’s newest RV Resort, is offering RVers who are affected by the recent spate of wildfires in Collier County a free five-day stay at the resort until the situation stabilizes. The resort is located in Fort Myers.

“We’ve seen the devastation these fires have caused our winter RV visitors and want to extend a helping hand to them so they can continue to enjoy their stay in Southwest Florida,” explained Cypress Trail Marketing Manager Amir Harpaz in a press release. “RVs are susceptible to fire, but since they can move we thought this would be something to help their situation.”

Fire officials reported that the wildfire has burned approximately 7,500 acres in Collier County and forced many RV parks to evacuate. According to the latest Florida Forest Service report, winds have died down and the relative humidity has increased, allowing firefighters an opportunity to gain access closer to a 7,500-acre  wildfire as fire activity decreased near Naples.

Cypress Trail RV Resort currently is expanding its number of lots, Harpaz said, so the upscale facility has availability to host up to 40 additional RVs on these newly developed sites.

“The sites haven’t yet been sold, so we can host them on a temporary basis while the fire is contained,” he said. “Hopefully RVers will take advantage of this offer since this obviously is a very dangerous situation.”

RVers who desire to relocate to Cypress Trail RV Resort are encouraged to call the resort directly at 239-333-3246 to alert management of their intention to relocate. The five-day offer does not include water, sewer or cable, but Harpaz says staff will work with RVers on special pricing due to the unique situation.

“We want to make sure all winter RVers enjoy the wonderful weather and environment found here in Southwest Florida,” Harpaz states, “so we’re extending a welcoming hand during this ordeal.”

For more information on Cypress Trail, visit www.CypressTrailRV.com.