If you’re in the market for an RV resort and conference center with a 19 room hotel, you’re in luck. The Riverbend RV resort in Harrisburg about to go up for auction. After the original owners went bankrupt, Citizens Bank took over the resort early this year.

Now the 14 acre RV destination is on the auction block. Riverbend RV park first broke ground in 2004, when RV sales were strong. They set up shop by major RV manufacturers in Junction City and Harrisburg.

The idea was to siphon business from RV owners in town for repairs or upgrades. Resort managers say when it was opened in 2009 RV sales had dipped, and the resort’s guests had gone with it.

As the asset holder, the bank will put up a starting bid of nearly 3 million dollars. The resort was said to have cost around 5.3 million when it opened. Hubel would like to see the resort go back into private ownership, but don’t break out the checkbook just yet. The winning bid in the auction has to be paid that day in full. That mean you’ll have to have at least a cool few million in your account to buy the property outright.

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