Regulation limits tie county’s hands on RV parks

  • In the past decade, RV parks such as the one on CR 401 in Burnet County have begun popping up in all corners of the Highland Lakes. Connie Swinney/The Highlander
    In the past decade, RV parks such as the one on CR 401 in Burnet County have begun popping up in all corners of the Highland Lakes. Connie Swinney/The Highlander
From snow birds and winter Texans to short- and longterm renters, RV parks have descended on the Highland Lakes to fill a residential niche for travelers and temporary residents. However, a number of municipalities as well as communities in unincorporated corners of the county have grappled with how to regulate these venues to make sure they adhere to public health and safety guidelines. “The…

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