Four business owners — Lynne, Jeremiah and Sean Lovelace with family friend Mike Porter — decided to do something big.

So they opened River’s Edge RV & Cabins Resort, a large campground one mile north of I-25 near Hat Six Road.

It features oversized spaces for ease of maneuvering campers and RVs. Seeing a need for a luxurious camping ground, the business owners bought the land from Rich Fairservis and Neil McMurry.

They chose a place near but not too close to the highway. Just as the name states, the RV park sits at the edge of the North Platte River.

It all looks and smells brand new, because the resort just opened the second week of July.

Inspired by Elkhorn Ridge RV Resort in South Dakota’s Spearfish canyon, the owners plan to grow into something similar, according to Lynne Lovelace.

The first page of the park’s guestbook is filled with names of travelers coming from coast to coast and in between as well as Aruba and Germany. Several have enjoyed fishing and walking along the river, according to Porter. Some of the current guests will stay for several weeks to months while working on the wind farm or oil fields.

Most of the business so far comes from vacationers on their way to or from Yellowstone or Mt. Rushmore National Parks, Porter said.
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