Potential RV Resort Coming to Syracuse, Indiana
An upscale RV resort is in the planning stages locally and Indiana’s Syracuse Council members heard about it at a Town Council meeting on March 21.
Steve Showalter of Showalter RV, and Debra Hughes, a civil engineer, gave a presentation to the council about Showalter’s plans to build an “upscale RV resort” near Syracuse’s town limits. They asked the council about the possibility of extending water and sewer to the property.
Showalter said he and his wife Janelle like to stay in upscale resorts and studies show people staying in such resorts like to shop local and spend on average $200 a day.
Showalter plans to call the upscale resort North Trace RV Resort and said it would be for short-term stays only; he’s not looking to create a trailer park.
The property is not far off US Highway 6, so it will be easy to find, he said. The property is located on the Elkhart County-Kosciusko County line on C.R. 29 and the project would require having the town’s water and sewer extended.
Read the full story in the Goshen News here.