Pa. Campground is Sold After 30 Years for $580G (2/4/2019)

Story by Woodall's Campground Management

Operators of Camp-A-While campground in Hegins Township, Pa., have sold the recreational facility for $580,000, according to the Schuylkill County Recorder of Deeds Office in Pottsville.

The sale between Camp-A-While Inc. to Franklin Camp-A-While LLC, a Pennsylvania company, both based in Hegins Township, was made Jan. 23 and certified by Ann Dudish, county recorder of deeds.

The document was signed by Clair Zimmerman, as president of Camp-A-While Inc.

It states the land tract is 107.987 acres on several parcels, and the agreement includes the buildings, ways, waters and water courses on the recreational site at 1921 E. Main St., Hegins.

According to the campground’s Facebook page, Clair and his wife, Dawn Zimmerman, had run the campground for the past 30 years.

“We would like to take this time to extend our sincere thanks to all past and present campers for the thirty happy years at Camp-A-While. We welcome Rob and Michelle Schuster as the new owners. We are certain they will continue the tradition of camping in the Hegins Valley.”

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