More RV parks and campgrounds are likely soon to offer free access to Hurricane Michael evacuees, and the city of Hoover, Alabama, is among the first by offering free access to the Hoover RV Park at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex for people fleeing Michael.
Hurricane evacuees or people displaced by the hurricane can contact the Hoover RV Park at 205-739-7364 or email email@example.com. People must show proof of residency in areas affected by the hurricane, reports the Hoover Sun.
“Being able to provide a safe and secure location to those who are fleeing Michael is the city of Hoover’s way of trying to help any and all families who are seeking refuge from these storms,” said John Sparks, general manager of the Hoover Metropolitan Complex, in a news release.
The 170-space Hoover RV Park has water, sewer, and electrical hookups and free Wi-Fi. Normally, rates for spaces there start at $35 per day, $220 per week or $725 per month.
What a magnanimous gesture by the city and people of Hoover, Alabama. Well done!