The New Jersey Campground Owners Association (NJCOA) held another successful Fall Tour and General Membership meeting Oct. 1-3, according to Joann DelVescio, NJCOA’s executive director.
The tour took place in the Southern Shore Region of the state and attendees were exposed to the beach-like atmosphere of the area.
The event was two days of touring campgrounds, an educational session about emotional support animals presented by the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, and a tour of a distillery owned by a former campground owner, along with meals and camaraderie.
“This year’s Fall Tour brought together over 40 individual campgrounds throughout the state and over 80 attendees consisting of campground owners and managers along with associate members,” said DelVescio.
Campground owners and managers compared notes and discussed the tours during meals are the meeting.
Karen Kymer, NJCOA president and owner of Kymer’s Campground, was excited to see so many members at the event.
“It was great to see many of our new campground owners and managers at the event,” she said. “It was the perfect opportunity for them to meet their peers and ask questions.”
DelVescio also highlighted the number of young professionals at the event.
For more information on NJCOA, contact Joann DelVescio at (609) 545-0145 or email at [email protected]