More than 40 people took part in the 2018 NJCOA Fall Tour.

The New Jersey Campground Owners Association (NJCOA) is working hard putting the final touches on their annual Fall Tour and General Membership meeting, according to Joann DelVescio, NJCOA’s executive director.

This year’s event will be held in the Southern Shore Region of the state from Oct. 1-3.

The event will feature two days of touring campgrounds, an educational session about Emotional Support Animals presented by the New Jersey Office of Attorney General, and a tour of a distillery owned by a former campground owner, along with meals and camaraderie.

“The NJCOA Fall Tour allows campground owners and managers from around the state to see what other campgrounds are doing firsthand. Attendees always leave the tour with new ideas, solutions to campground issues, and new friends,” said DelVescio.

New Jersey has seen many new owners take over campgrounds the past two years. The Fall Tour is an excellent opportunity for the new owners to meet seasoned campground owners and pick their brain.

DelVescio stated, “The tour is also a great way to help the next generation of campground owners get involved and meet many 2nd or 3rd generation owners. It is very important for the next generation to know there are contemporaries out there ready to mentor and help.”

During the NJCOA General Membership Meeting that is held during the Fall Tour, NJCOA members will learn what the association has planned for the upcoming year.

For more information, contact Joann DelVescio at (609) 545-0145 or email at [email protected]