Overall, I left this place with the feeling that "if you don't like it LEAVE" was their corporate motto. I suppose there aren't many other diving places around, so it works for them. This place in not for young families or anyone not diving (and even if you are). My husband was finishing up his certification here and we thought it would be fun if we all went, two adults, two young kids. We get there and they charged $10 each per day for my kids (4 & 5) and myself to "watch"...annoying. For another twenty bucks and about a thousand chigger bites, (with repellant) we camped overnight. The only designated camping sites were for RVs, which were very basic, tall grass, and had no picnic tables. Tent camping is along the "just find a spot and put your tent up" lines which was fine for us but you will need a camp table. There is one bathroom facility, all others are porta-potties. I couldn't figure out all the debris around the property. There was a dismantled boat and a trailer full of wood near the camping sites. I think it is decor...but not sure.
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