Halmos Capital-backed Cedarline Outlook acquires Pennsylvania park

This deal marks Cedarline's third acquisition in the Northeast along with its Twin Mountain and Littleton KOA parks in New Hampshire.

  • Cedarline Outdoor, LLC is an outdoor hospitality investment platform focused on the RV park industry
  • The park features 86 RV sites, 3 cabins and 12 tent sites
  • Based in New York City, Halmos invests in the energy, real estate, healthcare and technology sectors

Cedarline Outdoor, a portfolio company of Halmos Capital Partners, has acquired Jonestown / Hershey NE KOA Campground, a Pennsylvania-based park. No financial terms were disclosed.

This park features 86 RV sites, 3 cabins and 12 tent sites. This marks Cedarline’s third acquisition in the Northeast along with its Twin Mountain and Littleton KOA parks in New Hampshire.

“We are excited to add the Jonestown / Hershey park to our portfolio. It is well located for campers looking to stay overnight on a trip along the Eastern Seaboard, or alternatively as the base for a Hershey vacation or simply to stay on-site,” said Andrew Cohan, founder and partner at Halmos, in a statement

Based in New York City, Halmos invests in the energy, real estate, healthcare and technology sectors.

Cedarline Outdoor, LLC is an outdoor hospitality investment platform focused on the RV park industry.