Those of us who enjoy summer camping have found our minds wandering from time to time about what it would feel like to have that laid-back feeling year-round and own a retreat of our very own.

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It takes a special type of person to own and run a campground and in no way is every moment relaxing or without stress, but imagine being able to say that you own a place that brings families together, where retired people can happily move a bit slower, and where time spent there is filled to the brim with all of the ingredients for making lifelong memories.

Located on Boswell Hill Road in Endicott, Pine Valley Campground is in a fantastic location with its proximity to Routes 81 and 86. Even if you’ve not camped there, you might have heard of the name Pine Valley or perhaps attended a concert there. In the 1990s, Pine Valley Campground bought in several big-name country musicians including Toby Keith (“Red Solo Cup”), Trace Adkins (“You're Gonna Miss This”), Bryan White (“Rebecca Lynn”), and Darryl Singletary ("Too Much Fun").

After owning Pine Valley Campground for 36 years, the current owners are looking to sell so that they can retire and they "invite you to consider the possibility of investing in a business opportunity and new lifestyle for you and your family!"

Pine Valley Campground sits on 62 acres of land with a six-acre, stocked lake that has swimming, boating, and fishing. Additionally, there are multiple buildings that house an office, snack bar, store, lounge, event room, activities room, laundry room, and more. Also included is a residence so that if you wanted to live on the property, you could.

Pine Valley Campground has been in operation since 1964 and the current owners are asking $725,000 for everything. If you are a qualified buyer and are serious about owning this beautiful campground, you can reach out to the owners via their website.

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