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Old 10-30-2013, 09:16 PM   #1
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The Club at Buckhorn Lake Resort, Kerrville, TX

Is anyone familiar with RV communities similar to Buckhorn's The Club? We have toured their property but would like to compare the concept with other similar facilities. For those not familiar with The Club, it is an upscale Class A community located in a private section of a first-class RV resort. They offer lease hold lots with custom casitas adjacent to concrete pads for parking Class A's only. You purchase the improvements, but have a long-term lease on the land. The casitas can be built to individual specs and are mostly designed for combo living between the casita and the coach, I.e. bedroom, laundry, outdoor kitchens, etc. Improvements are subject to deed restrictions and covenants, and the property is extremely well appointed and maintained. We are interested in similar properties in Texas, Louisiana or Arkansas.

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Old 10-31-2013, 06:14 PM   #2
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I haven't been there but they told me if interested they have a couple of "guest" spots to stay in while you looked the place over.

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Old 10-31-2013, 06:22 PM   #3
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We stayed in the "Low Rent" district at Buckhorns for a couple of weeks and enjoyed very much. Well run facility.
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We visited The Preserve, but there are no amenities. No recreation other than fishing or nature trails, no social life, nothing to do in nearby towns. We actually live about 75 miles from there and thought it would be a great nearby vacation spot. Biggest downside is it's built along the Trinity River which is notorious for flooding. The Preserve took a defunct residential/camping facility that went belly up and is trying to turn it into a resort style facility. They have beautiful paver stone pads with bare bones 200 sf casita shells. Roads were not paved when we visited earlier this year and we were told they will not be paved in future, creating plenty of dust. After further checking, we found property is in a flood plain. That was enough to turn us off. All existing private residences (which are typical river-ratty housing), built as part of previous camp ownership, are all built on stilts. That pretty much tells the story. Price was equitable....starting around $125K for premium pad and full hookups only. Casita and other improvements to be added cost. In time, it could be a nice setup, but the flooding potential would be a great concern to us.
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