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Sunland RV Resorts Invites Residents Affected By Latest Desert Wildfire
With a summer wildfire burning near Banning, Calif., Sunland RV Resorts is once again welcoming evacuees and affected residents to their desert resorts.
“Just weeks after over 23,000 acres were burned near Idyllwild, we are saddened to see more of our desert community threatened by fast-moving fire,” said Michael Carle, General Manager of Golden Village Palms RV Resort in Hemet, Calif. “Giving evacuees a safe place to stay is the least that we can do in a situation like this.”
Residents of the affected cities can receive a free night at Emerald Desert RV Resort or Golden Village Palms RV Resort through Sunday, August 11. Currently, the affected cities are considered: Silent Valley, Twin Pines, Poppet Flats, Azalea Trail, Vista Grand, Mt. Edna and Banning. As the week progresses, this area may expanded or altered.
The free night is available only to residents in affected areas, and RVs are required to stay at either location. Sunland RV Resorts allow domestic animals only, and cannot accommodate other animals including livestock. Reservations are required and appreciated. To view additional resort information, please visit www.sunlandrvresorts.com.
Sunland RV Resorts is a leading outdoor resort developer and operator with eight locations in California and Florida. Sunland properties are located in top tourist destinations and feature upscale, resort-style amenities; including pools, sport courts and spacious clubhouses. Sunland resorts are located in San Diego; Escondido, Calif.; El Cajon, Calif.; Hemet, Calif.; Palm Desert, Calif.; and Okeechobee, Fla.
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