Randy and Edie Quinby are running the 49-year-old campground that straddles Back Creek in St. Thomas and Hamilton townships. They’ve welcomed the traditions and are going easy with changes, according to the Public Opinion.
“People want to go camping, spend time with family, recharge and get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy some fellowship,” Randy Quinby said. “That’s what we’re looking to create.”
The 34-acre site has 161 campsites.
“This year we’re getting to know some people and hear what people want,” he said.
Randy Quinby said he previously managed Colonial Meadows Family Camp Campground outside Ocean City, N.J. He also worked in real estate and with electric utility PPL Corp. and grew up in Berks County. His wife, Edie, is a high school math teacher in the Spring-Ford Area School District in Montgomery County.
“We wanted to be able to raise our 16-month-old son in a good environment,” Randy Quinby said. “We’re both young. It’s something we’ve wanted to do for a while. There’s no time like the present. I can’t think of a better place for him to grow up than stomping around here.”
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