Camping Grounds to host going-out-of-business sale

One day only, Sunday, Oct. 27

Posted 10/21/19

Westport Camping Grounds, now closed and soon to be acquired by the Town of Westport, announces an "everything must go" going-out-of-business estate sale.

The public is invited one day only, this …

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Camping Grounds to host going-out-of-business sale

One day only, Sunday, Oct. 27

Posted

Westport Camping Grounds, now closed and soon to be acquired by the Town of Westport, announces an "everything must go" going-out-of-business estate sale.

The public is invited one day only, this Sunday, Oct. 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the camp located at 346 Old County Road in Westport. 

Various campground and office related items, at discounted prices, will be available for purchase. Items include commercial washers/dryers, landscaping hand and power tools, lumber and carpentry tools, wood decking, cement blocks, plumbing and electrical supplies, cash registers, and snack bar equipment.

There is also a large supply of seasoned and unseasoned firewood but no delivery is available on any items. All items are cash and carry or credit card. No checks please and everything sold "as is" with no refunds. For a complete list of items available by email, contact owner Martin Costa at westportcamp@aol.com. 

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