One way to avoid driving after drinking too much wine is to stay at an RV resort in the middle of California’s wine country.
That’s part of the reason for the five-year effort by brothers Ken and Bill Mundee to open Wine Country RV Resort in Paso Robles, Calif., late last year, according to the San Luis Obispo (Calif.) Tribune.
Wine Country RV is on 20 acres and includes 82 sites with plans for 225 more over the next two years, the Mundee brothers told the Tribune.
The sites come equipped with sewer, water and electrical hook-ups. The resort also includes a 5,000-square-foot community center, a convenience store, showers, laundry and an arcade.
The brothers believe San Luis Obispo has overlooked RVers and they want to attract more than just wine connoisseurs to their resort. “Paso Robles attracts tourists with its wineries and such, but now traveling families have a place to stay in an upscale RV resort,” Ken Mundee told the newspaper.
Fans of traveling to watch baseball teams playing at a nearby park and customers of a proposed water park are among the customers that the Mundee brothers hope to serve, in addition to visitors to the wineries that surround Wine Country RV.