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Edgewater Resort offering discounts for Sulphur Fire Survivors

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. (October 20, 2017) – Edgewater Resort has been there for Lake County fire victims each of the past three years.  Owner Ken McPherson and Edgewater are stepping up again, offering highly discounted rates for Sulphur Fire Survivors.

Some who lost docks may particularly appreciate that RV sites and cabins are complete with a boat slip.  Pets are also welcome and stay for free at Edgewater, up to two dogs per RV site or cabin.

“As a dog lover, I am particularly pleased that Edgewater Resort is providing safe harbor at an affordable price for all members of the family,” relates Carol Huchingson, County Administrative Officer and Disaster Recovery authority.  “In each of the disasters since 2015, we have seen how valuable it can be for animals and owners to have the opportunity to recover together.”

RV sites are available for the all-inclusive price of $750 per month, through April 1, 2018.  These sites offer water, power (50 amp), sewer, wi-fi and high definition cable television, among many amenities.

Edgewater also has three cabins available through April 1, 2018, priced at $1,000 per month.  Each has two primary rooms, one with a queen size bed, and one with two twins; maximum occupancy is four people per cabin.  Additionally, cabins have a standard bathroom and fully equipped kitchen, with everything needed to prepare and serve meals.  Water, power, wi-fi and high definition cable television are included in Edgewater’s cabin rentals, as well.

“We welcome the opportunity to help Sulphur Fire Survivors get back on their feet,” shares McPherson, “Edgewater is right on Soda Bay, and offers a peaceful setting that has been restorative and healing to many travelers.  We hope our resort can aid the recovery of some of those impacted by wildfire.”

With so many in the community displaced from their homes, Lake County is fortunate that community-minded businessmen like Ken McPherson are here to help.

For more information, please call Edgewater Resort today, at 707-279-0208, or visit http://www.edgewaterresort.net/.