Tremendous renovation and development play of two contiguous California resort complexes being sold together on 48 acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean at the mouth of the Smith River and bounded on the east by Highway 101. Smith River is just south of the Oregon border and the area is known for world class salmon and steelhead fishing. The Northern California coast boasts some of the most spectacular coastal scenery and is within a short drive of the Redwoods National Park. The properties offer 136 mobile home sites, 288 RV sites, a 50 units motel, two rental houses, a two story restaurant and bar building, 12 acres of vacant land, and tremendous potential. Rental and occupancy rates are very low for all of the different revenue sources offering great potential and upside to a buyer. Broker believes with renovation and an aggressive marketing plan with a new web page, online reservations, and an internet marketing campaign through the property will be “discovered” by much of the market. Additional information can be obtained on their web page at The mobile home parks have direct and submetered gas and electric, the RV parks submetered 30 amp electric (upside by upgrading sites to 50 amp), county water, and the parks are serviced by their own onsite sewage treatment plant. The sewage treatment plant is original and will need to be updated over time. The properties could also be connected to an nearby native American sewer system or form its own sewer system district.