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Cava Robles Luxury RV Resort readies for May opening

An aerial view of Cava Robles luxury RV resort in California.
An aerial view of Cava Robles luxury RV resort in California. — Photo courtesy Cava Robles/Sun RV Resort

PASO ROBLES, CA – Cava Robles, a Signature Sun RV Resort and cottage project located in Paso Robles, California, is on track for its anticipated opening in May of 2018. According to Lisa Harold, Regional Vice President, clear skies are helping Cava construction crews stay on schedule for completion of the upscale resort that will initially offer more than 100 RV sites.

Reservations for the much-anticipated resort opened in mid-November and are already pacing ahead of projections. Harold says the combination of Cava Robles’ location in the heart of California’s fastest growing wine region, coupled with amenities like two swimming pools, a bistro style restaurant and bar and the resort’s focus on open space and the natural environment are a winning combination. “This is a one-of-a-kind property,” Harold said. “We are delighted to see the RV community concurs. We can’t get open fast enough,” she said.

Reservations can be made online at cavaroblesrvresort.com or by phone at 844-641-5093. Cava Robles RV Resort is slated to open in mid-May, coinciding with scheduling for the area’s food, wine and music festivals. The resort will eventually offer 330 RV sites and vacation rental cottages.

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