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Teeter's Campground
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Reviewed 7 February 2006

Teeter's Campground is not for everyone -- especially people who are looking to "relax," as one person wrote. The noise bothered everyone in my family, and the site itself was a disgrace. I agree with the first poster -- there is a MUCH better, cleaner, nicer, quieter campground down the road. This place isn't worth the small amount we payed to stay there. yuck.

Stayed: July 2005
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Chesapeake, VA
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Reviewed 23 September 2005

I have stayed at Teeters many times now over the years and have enjoyed all trips there. The facilities are ok, and it's real close to town center and lots of stores. I have read a review bashing this site, if people making noise at night bother you, you should probably keep your RV or Tent at home and camp in your back yard, If your camping your there to have fun and relax on your vacation and that usually does not involve nap time at 12:30 and going to bed at 8pm. (And PS the confederate flag is at the site, there are several thousand confederate memorials all over the south, it is not a sign of racism, just a rememberance of our nations history)

  • Stayed: May 2005
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Reviewed 18 August 2005

Teeters Campground is one of the few places to camp on the island and has hookups. It is owned by a family that has lived on the island for many years. The family is friendly and helpful. The campground could be a little bit cleaner, but otherwise we loved it. It is close to the town center and we had a great time walking and biking around.

  • Stayed: June 2003
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Reviewed 27 April 2005

i like teeters it cheep and it just a simple way to stay i mean most of the time your not going to be there. man give me a tent some sleeping bags and extra cloths and im there boy!!

  • Stayed: August 2004
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Natchitoches, Louisiana
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Reviewed 4 August 2004

We arrived at Teeter's Campground with reservations for a weekend stay on July 31. We were greeted by a Confederate flag on the flagpole and a cigarette smoking, dirty and torn tee-shirt wearing Teeter, who took our $40 in cash and waved us to a campsite across the potholed, gravel drive from his "house". The campground is basically the trashed yard of Teeter's home. After clearing away dog droppings and sweeping aside hundreds of cigarette butts littering the tent site, we set up camp under the watchful eyes of beer-swilling neighbors. All night long, those same camper-neighbors talked loudly, smoked, and revved engines in their trucks as we tried to sleep. At 4 a.m. they left to retrieve more beer, but soon returned to continue their revelries. Teeter never even poked his head out of the door to quiet them. The showers consist of a block building the size of a large closet. They were dirty and in very poor repair. The screened windows had gaping holes and the floors were slimy and filthy. The area reserved for RV's did seem slightly nicer, but not by much. I recommend campers steer clear of Teeter's and continue down Highway 12 to the National Park campground that offers much nicer facilities for the same fee. We left after the first night even though we paid for two nights. I will never stay at Teeter's again.

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