Granby, Colo.’s ongoing negotiations with luxury RV resort developer Sun Communities, which plans to construct a large RV resort on the Shorefox property north of the downtown area, moved ahead last week with the Granby Board of Trustees voting unanimously to approve preliminary planning documents related to the development.
According to Sky-Hi News, Sun Communities will still be required to bring a completed set of planning documents, outlining the full scope of their development, before the board for final approval, anticipated sometime early next year.
Sun Communities’ development will be broken down into two areas, one north of the Colorado River and one south of the river. The entire development will contain roughly 538 RV sites, broken down between 83 pull-through sites and 455 back-in sites. Sun Communities is also planning for roughly 341 park models, small manufactured RV accommodations designed to look like small cabins, 228 vacation villas and 37 “glamping” sites for structures such as yurts or safari tents.
The section south of the river will contain most of the resort’s RV campsites, currently set at 51 pull-through sites and 285 back-in sites. The southern section, which will be nestled around the two ponds owned by Granby, also includes all the planned “glamping” sites and nearly half the proposed park models.
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