A $40 million, 381-space highline RV resort is planned for near Las Vegas in the community of Henderson, Nev., according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper.

The property will be called Paradise Coach Resorts and its developers hope to sell spaces to RV enthusiasts for $75,000 to $125,000 each. RV enthusiasts would get the deed for their space, which will allow them to stay at the resort for up to six months at a time, the maximum amount of time allowed by a Henderson city ordinance, according to the Review-Journal.

The partners planning to develop Paradise Coach Resorts are Jack Holler, a Las Vegas real estate broker, and Frank Ellis Jr., owner of Ellis Island casino.

In addition to the 381 spaces, the property will include an 18,000-square-foot European-style clubhouse, a nine-hole putting course, tennis courts, swimming pools, a shuffleboard court and a fully equipped spa and gym.

The RV lot spaces will be from 37 to 50 feet wide and 75 to 85 feet long and will be equipped with 20-, 30- and 50-amp electric service, telephone and Internet modem access, cable TV, water and sewer lines.

Holler told the Review-Journal that he hopes to get a portion of Paradise Coach Resorts opened in November. He believes the campground will be 90% occupied from October through April.

During the summer, the resort will rent the spaces and share the proceeds with the lot owners who agreed to rent their lots, Holler said.

Vestin Mortgage of Las Vegas has provided $17.5 million in financing for the project, Holler added.