property that is now known as Campbell's Hollow was founded
in 1960 by a young husband and father named Hubert Sudlow.
At the age of 21, he built the original home that we call
Homestead Cottage. Mr. Sudlow later moved the red barn from
nearby Enterprise and constructed the garage. He remained
on the original 21 acres until 1974 when he sold to the Wolfrey
Wolfreys' turned the property into "Animal Crackers",
a small type zoo. The small concrete pads that you may notice
on the property, such as the basketball court, had cages that
housed such critters as bears, tigers, and a cougar. The cottage
that we call "Jeannies" was constructed in 1979,
because Mrs. Wolfrey did not like the fact that lions often
slept in the main house. Neighbors have mentioned that the
animals would frequently escape and roam the woods.
property was sold again in 1981 to the Harris family.
1990, Janet and Gary became the new owners. The property went
through a series of changes and Campbell's Hollow was opened
in 1997 with Jeannies Cottage. In 1998, the 2 cozy cottages,
Brookside and Valleyview were constructed.
the fall of 1999, the property East of Voris Road was purchased
from Mr. Les Johnson. The following spring, "Ridgeview"
was opened in it's own private setting on the 20 acre plot.
Gary and Janet now live on the East side of Voris Road at
9524. The original home has been converted to "Homestead
make yourself welcome and enjoy the property that has become
ours. We hope that you will find it to be a special place.
We also hope that you find this brief history interesting.