Date of Stay: July, 2009
We had a nice stay at the campground. We went for the zip lining and were glad that we could camp there as well. The campground was basic but clean and comfortable. The bathhouses could use updating, but still, they were clean. The shower stalls even had benches for your stuff. The sites were mostly level and plenty big enough. There are a few long term campers, but they keep their sites clean and were friendly. The road to the campground is paved and only the site loops are gravel. The utilities are what you would get at any campground. We enjoyed the stay but if you are looking for posh amenities with grass and palm trees, this is not the campground for you. Also, the sites do not have picnic tables so bring your own table if you need it. The pool is real nice and good sized and there are lots of little trails, too. If you are looking for a relaxing weekend to hang around your camper, you will be happy. We'd go again.
Date of Stay: March, 2009
This is a great campground for Scuba Divers. It is also a very nice shady campground. Bathhouse was clean and comfortable. Sites plenty big enough and easy to get into. Dive shop right on site for air fills. The cavern at Ginnie is a great dive! Busy place but not overly crowded. Cell phone service at the campground was spotty at best, though, but if you are looking to get away from that, it shouldn't matter! I think the campground is a little pricey but the convienence factor for divers is worth the extra $$$.