NAI Horizon sells largest RV park in Apache Junction

Lost Dutchman RV Resort (courtesy photo NAI)

PHOENIX, ARIZONA – The largest recreational vehicle park in Apache Junction, Arizona – Lost Dutchman RV Resort – recently sold for $34 million ($46,575 per space).

Russ and Andrew Warner of NAI Horizon’s Manufactured Housing Group represented the seller, PVC Properties, Inc., of San Diego, a California corporation, in the transaction.

Lost Dutchman RV Resort, 400 N. Plaza Dr. in Apache Junction, comprises 730 spaces, more than 93 percent of which are occupied by permanently affixed, park model homes.

Lost Dutchman RV Resort Rec. Center Shuffleboard (courtesy photo NAI)

“The strong pricing of the gated park is a tribute to the seller’s success in creating a sense of community for the residents,” Russ Warner said. “The resort’s high occupancy and an unusually small number of for sale signs in the park are reflections of their efforts.”

Amenities of the park include a guard-gated entrance; two swimming pools, a Jacuzzi, a large recreation building and social hall for meals, dances, and entertainment; and exercise and arts and crafts rooms.

The principals of the buying entity, Spear Group, LLC, of Arizona City, Ariz., own nearly 2,400 RV and mobile home spaces in Arizona.