New RV park is designed to be Earth friendly

green treesA new RV park in Tehama County, California does more than get RVers close to nature, it will strive to protect the environment. reports on the 174-site Durango RV Resort that opens this May.

The "green" RV park is designed to conserve water and heat, use composting and recycling to dispose of waste, with buildings designed to conserve energy. Even the pool will use biodegradable chemicals.

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