The campground was established in 1976 by Mr. Frank D. Teeter Sr. who wanted to have a place to serve fishermen and visitors in a quaint family environment. Teeter’s is located next to the Historic British Cemetery where four British Soldiers were laid to rest after washing up on shore during WW II. The plot of land that the cemetery is located on was donated by my Grandparents and belongs to the British Government. It is now maintained by the U.S. Coast Guard. Teeter’s Campground offers a laid back camping experience in keeping with the Islands unique quaintness and relaxing state of mind.