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Virgin Islands Campground
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Brookline, Massachusetts
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“A Place to Relax”
Reviewed 5 February 2014

Booked this place based on the strength of past Trip Advisor reviews for our first ever trip to the USVI. We had never heard Water Island before, but what luck!

This is a delightful place to stay if your vacation goal is to warm up and wind down. Friends and I planned the whole trip on a whim to get away from our Boston winter, busy jobs, etc. Here, in a nutshell, are ups and downs of our experience:

Pros:
-Water island is much more peaceful than we found St. Thomas to be. There are no shops, few activities geared to tourists. It was exactly what we wanted (mostly we read, cooked, played games, swam, took walks, and relaxed on Honeymoon Beach).
-Water Island is tiny and you can walk everywhere.
-We liked being able to cook and make coffee in the pavilion each morning. Saved money, and was fun. Make sure you stock up your suitcase carefully before leaving home, though! Groceries are pricey on the islands.
-The other guests were all very friendly, and I think that is part of the culture of the place. Deborah kept asking guests to introduce themselves to each other.
-We had two nights in the Suite and two nights in a cottage. I think the cottage was more spacious, but having a private bath in the Suite was also nice. The cottage was very breezy and had a great porch for reading.
-Everything at the campground was spotlessly clean.
-Service and attention to detail were fabulous. All aspects of the setup (wait until you see your color coded dishes in the Pavilion) have clearly been carefully conceived and executed.
-Honeymoon beach, which is a five-minute walk from the campground, is beautiful, not too busy, and great for swimmers of all abilities.
-The two beach bars, Heidi's and Dinghy's, serve a plentiful array of cocktails and beer, as well as good and reasonably priced snacks/meals.
-The campground owners know everything about everything you might want to do in the area. And if they can't tell you, one of the locals who hang around the ferry dock can.
-The sailing trip we took with Karl (at Deborah's recommendation) was great. 1/2 day is the perfect length.
-With the help of four ferries, two 'safaris', a hitchhiking session, and a VITran bus, we made it all the way over the far end of St. John (hiked the Reef Bay trail down to Lameshur Beach and caught the bus back west from Salt Pond). Definitely worthwhile, but a big project, so make sure you get up early if you do something like this. We preferred doing it ourselves to the ranger-led tour.

Cons:
-Water Island is, yes, an island. You have to take a $5 ferry whenever you wish to go to St. Thomas. It runs fairly regularly up to 6pm. You have to request a 9pm. And after that your options get limited (and expensive). That said, we only left Water Island once because we found it so pleasant.
-We had a few creatures in our cottage. Lizards. Spiders in the beds. More lizards. Also a nightly millipede in the bathroom. I think this comes with the territory and is not too big a deal, but we slept a little less soundly with so many friends around.
-Only two burners in the pavilion so sometimes we had to wait a bit to cook.
-Heidi's Honeymoon Grill's big Saturday night dinner was a bit disappointing. Very pricey ($28 per entree) for what it was. We loved all the food we had from her regular daytime menu, though!

FYIs (If you are a fussy traveler, take heed):
-Bathrooms are co-ed.
-Showers are solar heated, I think. They are not hot, but definitely warm enough.
-Cottages are close together and very open, so if you are on a romantic trip, see if maybe you can get one of the furthest out or the Suite.
-The island and the campground are both very hilly. If you have difficulty with steep slopes this may not be for you.
-Water Island and Virgin Island Campground are not for travelers who like to be entertained all the time. Again, there aren't any flashy tourist activities on this island and your cottage will not have a TV. This is for travelers who like to relax and take things very slowly.

Overall, A+. Exactly what we needed. A big thank you to Deborah & Co. for making us feel so welcome! I would recommend this place to anyone, and I hope I get a chance to return.

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  • Stayed January 2014, travelled with friends
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deborahquade, All of the above!! at Virgin Islands Campground, responded to this review, 8 February 2014
Who knew...the last two reviews are amazing and totally the opposite. One short and to the point and you...and amazing writer...I don't know ANYTHING about blogs, except, I suspect you write some...loved your review...loved your review ( as you can tell, I'm the more short and to the point kind of writer!)

Thanks for all your tips and I have on my list: masking tape and magic marker pen holder...I think I might try your suggestion so the " refrigerator police" ( me) has less work!!

Come back and see us, Ladies...incl. your 10% discount.

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We stayed at VI Campground for 5 days in January as a getaway from the brutal cold in the NE USA. We stayed in the Suite which was very clean and had all of the amenities we needed. The view was spectacular and camaraderie among the campers, owners and staff was really what made this a special experience. I will say that if you like glitz and glam, this place is not for you, but if you like the outdoors, and like to interact with your fellow guests, you will really enjoy your stay. I recommend getting a golf cart, mainly because they are really fun to drive around, but also because the are convenient and help on the hills! This would be a great place to go with some friends. You would have the benefit of privacy, and also the central kitchen as a gathering place. The hot tub is nice too.

  • Stayed January 2014, travelled as a couple
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deborahquade, Manager at Virgin Islands Campground, responded to this review, 2 February 2014
Thanks for your nice review...much appreciated.

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Deborah
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Shrewsbury, New Jersey
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Reviewed 31 January 2014

We stayed at the Virgin Island Campground for the first half of our honeymoon. We spent the second half of our honeymoon at a floofy hotel on St. John. While St. John was equally as beautiful as Water Island, the expensive hotel did not compare to the Campground. Out first night in the hotel on St. John, we found ourselves missing the sounds of waves rolling up on Limestone beach as we slept. We could not see the stars from our bed and central air had replaced the beautiful breeze that ran through our cottage on Water Island. Also, there was no comparison to the hospitality provided by Paul, Deborah, and Sean. The Campground was always immaculate. One of the cleanest places that I have ever stayed. The campers that we met at the Campground were interesting, friendly, humble, and well-traveled. We figured that these personality types are probably common at the Campground because these are the personalities that seek out the natural beauty of a eco-camp in paradise (versus sitting at a pool at an overpriced hotel that could be located anywhere). Outside the Campground, the feeling of living in a private paradise continued. Honeymoon beach felt like out own private beach. While there is the occasional cruise boat excursion that pulls in for a couple hours, Honeymoon Beach is mostly frequented by locals and people spending the winter moored in the bay. We definitely recommend renting a golf cart, so you can explore the whole island. Head up to Fort Segarra to explore the barracks. Also, the Fort is a great place to go to watch the sunset. The sunrise from the Campground also cannot be beat. Take the foot path down to Limestone beach for some snorkeling. Have too many drinks with the locals one night a Dinghy's down on Honeymoon Beach. Enjoy a Saturday night dinner at Heidi's, and order the fish tacos from Heidi's at least once for lunch. We had the fish tacos 3x for lunch because we could not get enough of them. The rest of the trip, we enjoyed grilling at the Campground. We boiled and grilled up rock lobsters one night that were caught a few hours prior in the bay (thanks Sean!). They were amazing! Also, we highly recommend the sailing/snorkel trip with Captain Karl. Overall, our honeymoon could not have been more perfect. We are so glad we found the Virgin Island Campground and Water Island!!!!

  • Stayed January 2014, travelled as a couple
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deborahquade, Director of Sales at Virgin Islands Campground, responded to this review, 2 February 2014
Dear Patrick,

Wow!! What a writer you are...much appreciate your review and a comparison of us vs a hotel ( a very nice hotel at that)...you put into words the very reasons why people do like this place...i agree with your review, for sure.

Thanks again and do come back to join us. Booking directly with us will give you a 10% discount.

Enjoy your new life.

Sincerely,

Deborah and Paul
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Reviewed 29 January 2014

Comfortable cabin, beautiful views, great hosts and fun to meet other guests from around the country. Deborah and Paul were very helpful in providing information to make our stay relaxing and fun. No need to go to Hawaii again now that we have found this treasure in the Caribbean. Definitely recommend reserving a golf cart from Rachel before your arrival, the walks to the beach aren’t bad, but you need the cart to see the whole island. The snorkel trip by Capitan Karl was one of the most relaxing we’ve been on.

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  • Stayed January 2014, travelled as a couple
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deborahquade, Public Relations Manager at Virgin Islands Campground, responded to this review, 2 February 2014
Dear Georgia Grandma,

Thanks so much for the nice review. We appreciate you taking out time in your busy day to help spread the word about our campground.

Hope you will return and take advantage of the 10% guests receive when they book directly thru us on their return visit.

Sincerely,

Deborah and Paul
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Denver, Colorado
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Reviewed 23 January 2014

My husband and I went to the Virgin Islands for our honeymoon and spent half of our trip camping at Cinnamon Bay (St. John) and the other half at the Virgin Islands Campground (Water Island). We loved it so much on Water Island we were saying how we should have stayed there the whole time. Paul and Deborah have really got a wonderful place for travelers seeking a relaxing vacation. Their hospitality is like none I have ever experienced. From the moment you are picked up at the ferry dock you will feel like they truly want you to have a wonderful time there. For our trip we were looking for some place that was quiet near a beach where we could just relax. Water Island is very small so if you are looking for nightlife or lots of island activity this is not where you want to go. I recommend it for those who are looking for relaxation and time away from all the hustle and bustle. Their property is set on top of a hill with wonderful views of the ocean and a short walk down a trail right to the beach. We really enjoyed every aspect of their campground. Since we had been camping in our tent for the first half of the week at Cinnamon Bay, Paul and Deborah's place was more like luxury camping for us. We loved the wood framed tents with screened windows they have built. I have been to the Virgin Islands many times because I have a relative who lives there. However, this was our honeymoon so we decided to check out other places. Even though we have somewhere to stay in the islands we definitely want to go back to this (upscale) campground in the future.

  • Stayed January 2014, travelled as a couple
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deborahquade, Public Relations Manager at Virgin Islands Campground, responded to this review, 25 January 2014
You guys wrote such a nice review...we're sorry you were not with us the whole time, too. Anyway, we are certainly glad you spent some time with us and we are looking forward to your return...you will receive a 10% discount as returning guests!!

Good luck to you both.

Sincerely.

Deborah and Paul
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Westfield, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 20 January 2014

I got back from Afghanistan in September 2013 and surprised my wife by booking this vacation in advance for our 10th anniversary. The owners, Debra and Paul, were happy to reserve us a week at their campground on Water Island at a reasonable price and even gave us a military discount. We had never been to the Virgin Islands before, or done "eco-camping", but the experience was great. You can't really talk about *just* the campground though, so I'll talk about the rest of Water Island first.

Some background: Water Island is a small island south of St. Thomas that houses dozens of half-million and million dollar plus houses all over the island. You can only get to Water Island by ferry as a tourist, unless you know somebody on the island who has their own dinghy or boat. The island ferry takes you to Crown Bay Marina, which is a 20 minute walk or an overpriced 5 minute taxi ride away from the airport. The ferry ran regularly every hour or so during business hours (more or less) during the week we were there, and had some more limited hours on the weekend.

Water Island itself has only a few roads and paths which criss-cross the island. You can supposedly rent a bike ($35/day) to ride around the island, but unless you're juicing like Lance Armstrong, you're going to have some tired thighs going up and down those steep hills. I recommend either walking around (free) or renting a golf cart ($30/day) from one of the local businesses. You could walk around the entire island in a couple of hours, if that. But we spent a week there and were completely content with hanging out on the beach (more on that in a minute), doing tourist stuff on St. Thomas, and chatting/cooking with the other campers. The only real walking we did around the island was to the remains of the old WWII Navy base at one end of the island and back.

We had originally planned to go around and visit every beach on Water Island, but Honeymoon Beach was so perfect that we only bothered to visit one other (Limestone). Honeymoon Beach looked like it belonged in a Sandals resort commercial. It was only a few hundred yards long, but the water was crystal clear; a small collection of picturesque sailboats was anchored a hundred yards or so off shore; and beach chairs and dining tables with umbrellas were in plentiful supply, along with a volleyball net and some rope swings for kids. On the beach, we had a choice of two outdoor bar-and-grill restaurants - Heidi's and Dinghy's. We actually preferred Dinghy's as their burgers were amazing, but both had similar offerings. Expect to pay tourist prices for food and booze - $10 for a big burger, $4-5 for a simple drink, $6-8 for a frozen or special concoction. The prices are no worse than what you'd pay on St. Thomas.

One side of the beach was reserved for the boats full of tourists that would visit the beach, and the other side had snorkeling and some crazy Iron Man water jet invention that could make you fly on jets of water 25 feet in the air. Canoes and kayaks and snorkel gear were all available for rent, and the usual tourist prices. I think personal watercraft were $30/hour and snorkel gear was $15/hour, although the campground was nice enough to put a huge box of snorkel gear out for campers to use for free. Despite literal boatloads of tourists showing up to Honeymoon a few times a day and leaving a few hours later, it never really felt crowded. It was like having a beautiful beach that only you and a few dozen people knew about. We spent at least half of our time on Honeymoon and I consider every minute to have been totally worth it.

The only other beach we spent time on was Limestone beach, which was very pretty, but had a number of rocks near the shore which seemed to make it less than ideal for casual swimming, so we admired the view and then just went back to Honeymoon. We really were happy enough with Honeymoon that we didn't want to go anywhere else.

Ok onto the actual campground. The first thing you should know about this campground is that you need to bring your own food from the main island (St. Thomas). Unless you want to eat bar food morning, noon and night, you will be cooking on the campground's grills and storing food in their refrigerators. So we recommend that you go from the airport right to either the Pueblo supermarket (which is kind of like a cut rate CostCo or Sam's) or the Gourmet Gallery (which is kind of like a small even-more-expensive Whole Foods) at the Crown Bay Marina before you get on the Water Island ferry. Remember that you're on an island, so you pay island prices (e.g. a gallon of milk is like $9). The campground will send somebody to meet you at the dock with a truck if you tell them in advance so you don't have to haul your groceries and luggage the half mile uphill to the campground from the ferry dock.

The campground itself is located on a steep incline - which is fun to try to walk up when you're completely blitzed - and affords a pretty amazing view of the ocean, St. Thomas, and some smaller islands further out to sea. At the top of the camp is the main house where the owners live. The main house has a small room available to everybody that contains a laptop with internet access, a TV with Direct TV with access to 500 channels of reality television that will melt your brain and remind you why you're on vacation, and a couch for lounging indoors if you have second degree sunburns because you fell asleep on the beach again.

Outside the media room is a small hot tub that feels perfect for two people and really uncomfortable for more than two people unless you have no concept of personal space or you're from Japan or something.

Down the stairs from the media room and hot tub is the restroom and shower area. The owners are either the cleanest people we've ever met, or have hired somebody with obsessive compulsive disorder, because this area was literally never dirty, even though there were 15 people staying at the camp at one point during our trip. There are two shower stalls, two toilets, and two sinks, along with a box of fresh towels and rags that anyone can take if needs be. Remember that this is an eco-camp, with the emphasis on ECO, so the showers were chain-pulled and unheated, and the toilets were pint-flush and you couldn't put TP in them (it went in the trash can next to them). The sinks had giant, clean mirrors, and there were manual timer electric lights everywhere in the camp, so you could use the bathroom at night with no problems.

Downstairs and outside of the shower area was the communal dining facility. This is where all the campers passed through on their ways in and out of the bathroom, or to the fridge, or to the media room - so people walked through here all the time. The dining area had two big picnic tables, two refrigerators and freezers, a big gas range, a small grill, cupboards full of plates/glasses/silverware for each camping cabin, a sink, coffeemaker, and the usual amenities. We agreed with the other campers when we first got to the camp that we would put all of our food on a certain shelf, and nobody ate our food. In fact, a lot of campers wouldn't finish all of their food by the end of their stay, so a whole part of the refrigerator was just "up for grabs" to anyone who wanted it.

Down from the outside dining area was the main path down to the road, and off of the path were smaller paths to the individual cabins. Our cabin was on stilts, with a large mosquito net skirt wrapped all around the underside. (At one point I dropped my wedding ring through a crack in the floor and had to go outside and duck under the net to grab it, so don't worry if you do something similarly dumb.) Inside the cabin was a queen sized bed with fresh linens, a futon, coffee table, counter space with some advertisements of local attractions, boxes to store things in, an open porch with patio furniture outside the mosquito screens, a big box fan, and tarps that could be lowered all around the cabin if a storm came through. The campground is relatively high up on a hill on an island, so it can get very windy (and therefore noisy) sometimes, but most days it was a nice sea breeze that helped blow some of the heat away. The fan helped us sleep at night because it was about 75 degrees at night (compared with 85 or so during the day - this was January btw). We slept in the cabin, but didn't do much else because we had so much more fun being on the beach or up in the outdoor dining area.

By far our favorite part of this campground was the sense of community you immediately got when you met other couples and families. Most people were on a staggered schedule, so several families were there to show you around when you first got to the campground, and you would be around to greet the newcomers as they came in throughout the week. We made some very good friends on this trip and spent long hours drinking, playing travel-sized board games (definitely bring a few with you!), and talking about our different lives. We met couples and families from Canada, Germany and the USA and I hope to see them again when we return.

I'm giving the VI Campground 5 out of 5 stars because my wife and I had an absolute blast. I want to go back with our kids this time, now that I know that the place is family friendly. Water Island is a great place to relax, and the campground makes it even better. I would recommend this place to either couples or families who are looking for the closest thing to a private island that they are going to get without being millionaires. We will definitely be going back next year.

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  • Stayed January 2014, travelled as a couple
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deborahquade, Director of Sales at Virgin Islands Campground, responded to this review, 25 January 2014
If you want to know about everything connected to Water Island, please read this review.

Holy Smokes...you darn near wrote a book. I think this review will be very helpful to many and I certainly appreciate your time.

Once again, thank you both for your service.

Sincerely,

Deborah and Paul

p.s. I don't have the gift to write, as you can tell!
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Placerville, California
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Reviewed 13 January 2014

VI Campgrounds is an amazing place to get away from it all. We stayed in a tent cabin, and truly enjoyed our experience. The cabins are clean, and well kept. We were thinking about staying in the suite, but I'm glad we didn't. It was also a nice space, but the cabins were great. And they provided for a much more fun experience. It's exactly what we needed to disconnect from our fast paced lives.

Keep in mind, it is on the windy side of the island, so it can be tough during storms, but they quickly pass. Also, you must bring bug spray. We missed this point and paid for it by day 2.

Travel back and forth from the main island of St. Thomas can be difficult with the time restrictions and it also gets expensive. We originally tried to do too much, but once we decided to just stay on the island, explore and relax, we had a wonderful time. Honeymoon Beach is beautiful for relaxing or swimming. We saw lots of fish, stingray and even a few sea turtles. Also, the beach has great food at Heidi's Honeymoon Grill. They are incredibly friendly, and seriously their food is AMAZING! They also sponsor movie night on the beach. They put up a big sheet screen, set up lots of chairs and bring food for great prices. The experience is free, and unforgettable. This is a MUST DO.

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deborahquade, Front Office Manager at Virgin Islands Campground, responded to this review, 17 January 2014
Thanks for writing a review...says you stayed here in June...hum...I'm sorry but I haven't placed you...as you know you will receive a 10% discount if your return, and let me know it was you who took the time. Much appreciated.

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Property: Virgin Islands Campground
Address: 64 Water Isle, 00802-7803, St. Thomas
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Region: Caribbean > U.S. Virgin Islands > St. Thomas > Water Island
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Beach Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Shuttle Bus service Suites
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Ranked #1 of 3 Speciality Lodging in Water Island
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:2 star — Virgin Islands Campground 2*
Number of rooms: 7
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