Twin Bridge Campground opened with 27 campsites in the summer of 1969 by Wilbur & Florence Mackey. At that time, the campground was a fully operational dairy farm and provided the opportunity for campers to watch agriculture in action. The Mackey family continued to operate the campground until the end of 2017.
The Quinby family purchased the 33-acre, 168-site campground in December of 2017. We are proud to continue the traditions of Twin Bridge Campground and look forward to camping with you!
The campground sits adjacent to the Cumberland Valley Antique Engine & Machinery Association grounds in St. Thomas & Hamilton Townships.
Keep Traditions & Make New Memories
Very Neat and Well Maintained
Very neat and well maintained. It is an events site. When you call, they say you do not need reservations other than for special events. We pulled in with no notice and they had lots of level spaces for our RV on a well mowed grassy field with choices of 50A or 30A sites with good water and it seems no Sewer hookups. Friendly manager. A great overnight stop just a few miles off the Interstate.