The Bedford County Board of Supervisors on Nov. 7 approved a special-use permit to allow Spring Lake Farm in Moneta to have a campground and conference center but denied a rezoning application and special-use permit for a proposed RV campsite in Hardy.
Jordan Mitchell, director of community development, presented info on the two projects to the board. The Moneta project is on behalf of Ralph Leland Merritt of Moneta, and the Hardy project is on behalf of William Pearson of Clemmons, North Carolina.
The Moneta project is set to be off Rucker Road on 42.39 acres and be done in two phases.
It will include an event center, a pub, a boathouse, a family cabin, executive suites, and eight fishing villas in phase one. Phase two would include six garden cottages, a log chapel, a bakery/mercantile space, a tea house, an aquaculture area and a fishing shop.
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