PLUMAS COUNTY, California. — A $1 million piece of dream land in the high Sierra can be yours for just $100, if you win Rob Mowrey’s raffle.

“My dream is really crushed by the economy and fuel,” he said. “Fuel is really the thing that hurt us the most.”

Mowrey’s Golden Coach RV Park in a remote part of Plumas County isn’t making enough money to pay his mortgage. So, for $100 a ticket, he’s raffling off the nine-acre parcel, which includes 51 RV spots, a house, post office, two stagecoaches, two fire pits and some spectacular views.

“It’s really tough, it is. It’s very tough, because I have huge expectations of what this park could be,” Mowrey said.

With the money from the raffle, Mowrey said he can get out of debt, and the winner gets everything except the mortgage.
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One Response to “$1 Million RV Park Can Be Yours For $100”

  • Bob:

    Well Mr. Mowrey couldn’t make is mortgage. The park has been taken back by the previous owners and is currently in a stage of redevelopment to bring it back to its previous state. The future looks good for Golden Coach and NO, it is NOT going to be raffled off. It is going to become an RV park again.

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