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Published on June 21st 2022
A Los Angeles area RV Park owner who helps those in need.


Lacey Borland, resident of Cali Park RV resort with her newborn daughter.
photo: laist.com

Homelessness is a huge problem in the U.S.

Some homeless go to missions, some sleep in makeshift camps, while others live on the streets in old vehicles, fearful of harassment, and forced to relocate on a nightly basis.

But here is some good news:

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In the lovely Santa Clarita valley, about 35 miles north of Los Angeles is Cali Lake RV Resort, a low-income long-term RV park.

It's owner, Stewart Silver originally bought it as RV storage. But struggling RV owners asked him if they could live in their RV's.


Stewart Silver of Cali Lake RV Park photo: abc7.com

He couldn't say no, and he added sewer, water, electricity and even free Wi-Fi.

And what was 47 spaces when he bought the property several years ago has over 100 spaces.


Cali Lake RV Park photo: google.com/maps/

Three years ago, Michelle Savino and her husband were living on the streets in their old RV. She contacted Stewart:

"He said get you and your family off the streets right now. We have a place for you," she told KABC News. Today, she is the park General Manager.

Another park resident is Latonya Harvey and her family.

"We searched everywhere for a place to park our RV," she said. "We lost everything during this pandemic."

"He [Stewart] invests a lot of time and money into making sure that people who live here are safe here."

Meanwhile, Stewart also welcomed a couple with their newborn living in an old Winnebago under a highway overpass.


Cali Lake RV Park photo: signalscv.com

They had no electricity, no air conditioning, and it was in the heat of summer.

The result of Stewart's actions is an affordable community, one where people care for each other, and where they can live safely in a lovely setting.

Editor's Note: To learn more abc7.com/good-news-all-rv-park, laist.com/news/cali-lake-rv-park and calilakerv.com/.

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