N.J. Campground Acquired by Thousand Trails Inc. (1/18/2019)
Story by Woodall's Campground Management
King Nummy Trail Campground in Green Creek, N.J., is no longer a local business, according to the Cape May County Herald.
The 561-site campground is now part of Thousand Trails Inc., a national company that owns more than 80 campgrounds and RV resorts in 22 states and Canada.
King Nummy is the fourth campground property in Cape May County to be acquired by Thousand Trails. The others are Sea Pines RV Resort and Campground in Swainton, Echo Farms Campground in Ocean View and Lake Shore RV Resort, also in Ocean View.
Thousand Trails is owned by Chicago, Ill.-based Equity Lifestyle Properties.
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