Felton Grove Auto Camp: 1920’s Photo

This is one of my favorite photos of the Felton Grove Auto Camp circa 1920’s. The Auto Camp opened in 1922. View from Ley Meadow. Courtesy of Ronnie Trubek.

Entrance to Felton Grove Auto Camp, which opened in 1922. Courtesy Ronnie Trubek Collection

Entrance to Felton Grove Auto Camp, which opened in 1922. Courtesy Ronnie Trubek Collection

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2 Responses to Felton Grove Auto Camp: 1920’s Photo

  1. Lawrence says:

    Thanks for posting. Where is the Covered Bridge? Perhaps further to the left? Was the auto camp where the park is today?

    Lawrence

  2. vickiwees says:

    The Covered Bridge is to the right, out of the photo. This shot would have been taken from the upper Ley meadow across the road (up the hill and across from the Felton Grove laundry.)
    The leafless Sycamore on the far left is near the end of River Rd. off Park Ave. The bigger Sycamores on the far right are at the corner of Sylvan Way and River Rd. The auto camp entrance was near the laundry.

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