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New RV park with amenities to open along I-84

RVers will soon have a new place to stay.

This summer, Meridian-based FSOne Development will open a 126 stall RV park next to I-84 in Nampa. The 7.5-acre project will feature a 2,500 square foot clubhouse, pickleball courts, full landscaping, internet connections and debit card-operated washer and dryers. It will be located at 1530 North Ann Street off of Northside Boulevard.

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Open to a range of customers

The park will offer rents on a nightly or on a monthly basis for customers looking to stay long-term. Paul Hilbig, one of Center Point RV Park’s developers, said they hope to serve a range of customers.

“We see it appealing to a large group of customers ranging from the retired folks who are traveling through town to the newly weds who are not keen on burdening themselves on a large mortgage who want to be a little more flexible on what they spend, as well as those who have been priced out of the market,” he said.

Rates have not been finalized, but he said they are hoping to start roughly around $55 per night and $500 a month. FSOne Development is also developing a similar park in Ontario, Oregon.

Center Point will not allow RVs dating before the year 2000, but if a potential resident has a vehicle older than this cut off Hilbig said it will be evaluated “on a case by case basis.” Interested residents can put themselves on a waitlist for a spot here.

No availability elsewhere

Hilbig said they chose this location due to its proximity to the highway, but also the location near major employers like Amazon and the range of stores and other amenities nearby. He said RV parks are in high demand in the Treasure Valley due to the demand for the mobile lifestyle and the growing housing crisis.

“The demand is really everywhere,” he said. “If you were to call any RV park and ask for a spot, they would smile and say ‘sorry, we don’t have anything and we’re not keeping a waiting list anymore because it’s not necessary.’ That’s the case in both large and small RV parks that have been around for a long, long time.”

Hilbig estimates the park will be completed in July or August of this year.

Margaret Carmel - BoiseDev senior reporter
Margaret Carmel is a BoiseDev reporter focused on the City of Boise, housing, homelessness and growth. Contact her at [email protected] or by phone at (757)705-8066.

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