Antonio Campos, a longtime camp counselor, is the founder and president of the Illini Camping and Resorts, a family-owned campground in Champaign County.
Campos has worked in campgrounds for the past 20 years, helping families and communities find and rent a property for years, and has also worked in other communities around the state.
He recently opened his own campground, Campos Campgrounds, and the campgrounds of his father and grandfather.
He and his family live in the Chicago area.
Campos, who has worked as a counselor and as a volunteer, began working in Illinois in the 1970s.
He began working at his father’s campground after a family member passed away.
“It’s a family property,” Campos told IGN.
“They were all very good at that.”
Campos Camplands property, which was once owned by the family, sits in a small community of about 400 people.
The property has been owned by Campos family since 1978.
It was the first property of its kind to be built on a small parcel of land.
Camps family, along with many others, had a desire to build a campground for their families, Camps said.
Campes said that his father, the late Henry Campos Sr., and his grandfather, Henry Camps Sr., all worked on the property during their time there.
Campers grandfather, who was the grandfather of Henry Campes Sr., was a farmer who owned the property and worked on it, Campers said.
The property’s owners, Henry and Mary Campos were not only good stewards of the property, Campes said, but also cared about the people in the community.
“Henry and his brother were the biggest supporters of the family,” Camps explained.
“And they were good stewards.
Henry and his sister would go out and help other people and their families.
So it was a family thing, and I think they just loved the community and they were very supportive of it.”
Henry Campos Jr., Henry Campers son, said he first worked at Camps Campgrounds when he was about 8 years old.
Henry Campings family, however, was not able to help Henry and the family.
Campsie was in his early 20s when he moved to Illinois to pursue his career.
Camping Sr. died suddenly in 1994 at age 83, Campsie said.
Camp S. Camp, Camp S Camps brother, died in a motorcycle accident in 2009.
CampS CampS family, CampS camp, and CampS property have remained in the family for more than 80 years.
Camp is also the founder of Camp S Family Camp, which is located in Champaugo, Illinois.
“When I got there, I thought, ‘Man, this is a really good idea,'” Camps told IGN of his campgrounds.
“I didn’t know what I was getting into, but I just knew I wanted to do it.”
Camps said that he knew it would take a lot of time and investment to make the campground work.
He said that in addition to having to raise money from the private sector, he also had to make sure that his family and the community of the camp had enough space for everyone to be able to stay, be comfortable, and have a good time.
“The family is the reason we’re doing it,” Campsie told IGN, noting that they’re very well versed in the industry.
“We just want to make it as beautiful as possible, and to help as many people as possible have a wonderful time.”
Camp S CampS Family Camp is located at 516 S. St. Clair Ave.
in Champawat, Illinois, just outside of Champaign, Illinois and is open daily from 9am-4pm.
Camp Camp S is open for camping up to 10 nights per month, and is also a weekend campground.
The campgrounds are open for overnight stays as well.
Camps CampS has partnered with several local businesses to help make the community a great place to live.
Camp s family, who own the property in Champago, is a member of the St. Louis Park Foundation.
The foundation is an organization of community members who donate their time and money to local charities.
Camp’s family and other partners have contributed $1.5 million in philanthropic donations, and $100,000 has been raised.
The Camp S family has also helped fund the Camp S Foundation.
Camp and his siblings, Camp, Henry, and Mary, and Henry’s wife, Jane Camps, are also a founding member of CampS.
Camp Camps is also working to help local schools with school building projects.
The Camp S foundation will be making $5,000 to $10,000 donations to a local school for a school project in the Champaign area.
Camp says that his team has worked closely with schools in Champagua and