Camp David

Camp David

Camp David

Camp David is our newest addition to Abaco Palms Properties. Camp David has 3 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths.  It features two master bedrooms with king size beds, beautiful bathrooms and 12′ wide windows facing the gorgeous Casuarina Point beach and the Atlantic Ocean.  The third bedroom has twin beds and an adjoining bath.  The ‘great room’ has three huge windows (9’x8′) so there is a fantastic view from the kitchen, dining area and living room.  Camp David has 10′ ceilings, central air conditioning, custom cabinets and granite counter tops.  Did we mention a sunken Vita Spa hot tub on the deck facing the beach with a view through our beautiful coconut trees? The furnishings are top of the line and the surroundings unparalleled.  You can read all about the building of Camp David Abaco on our blog, where we wrote a series following the progress from start to finish!

You can find a list of the amenities that are provided below.  Make a reservation now!

Click here to see the location of Camp David on the Satellite Map.

 Amenities include:

  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Lounge Chairs for the Beach
  • Kayaks and Paddle Boards
  • Large Vita Spa hot tub on the deck under the palm trees
  • Spacious Deck
  • Tommy Bahama furnishings
  • Dishwasher
  • Hammock under the palm trees
  • Large Grill
  • Everything you could want in the kitchen
  • Dining table for 8
  • Dining table on the spacious deck
  • Stand alone Ice Maker
  • 16 foot Carolina Skiff (boat) w/ 20HP Honda 4-Stroke Motor
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Baby Bed or Additional Blowup Bed Upon Request
  • Wireless Internet, Cable TV, and Local AND US Phone service

Here are some recent pictures (November 2017 – January 2018) of the beach, boat, deck and yard at Camp David:

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And here are some recent pictures of the Living & Dining Room and Kitchen of Camp David:

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The next slide show is of the East Master Bedroom and its adjoining bathroom:

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And this is the West Master Bedroom and adjoining bath:

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This last slide show is of the 3rd bedroom with twin beds, its adjoining bath, and the 1/2 bath, laundry, and game closet.  I believe pictures are better than descriptive prose – and I hope you agree that Camp David is a FABULOUS house!

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4 Responses to Camp David

  1. Roger marcus November 28, 2014 at 1:43 pm #

    Wish we were there now. Had a great time there last june

  2. Laurie Aderholt July 1, 2015 at 8:43 pm #

    The beautiful crescent shaped inlet is one that is beyond words. Afternoons and nights on the porch and in the hot tub are indescribable. Camp David is a beautiful home that has amenities like one’s personal home. Our family (child age 17 and 12) thoroughly enjoyed our trip to Camp David. The use of the Carolina Skiff makes the trip unforgettable. Each day we went out and adventured. We chased a shark (a few times) and used the Go-pro, we made videos of ray, saw puffer fish, star fish in abundance the size of dinner plates, and had some great footage while snorkeling. One day while walking while the tide was low, we even saw two sharks mating and took a video for my science class. IF YOU ARE A BONE FISHERMAN, this is the place for you. In fact, people come from all over to Casaurina Point to do this type of fishing.

    While there, you must follow lots of Kathy’s advice which is on her website. For example, go buy some lobsters (if out of season) and cook on her grill. Make sure you get someone to take you out a little deeper and catch some snapper. We did. The fresh snapper cooked in the oven (whole) for about 25 minutes and then put on the grill were to die for. Nothing was better than the three nights we cooked at home and enjoyed the view.

    Make sure you rent a car from the suggested place that Kathy has on the website. The car was clean and the people nice to work with. We enjoyed using the car to travel to Pete’s Pub (twice). The food is good there. Take the walk over the walkway to the rocks and go out to see where the old lighthouse stood.

    We stayed at Camp David for six nights. Then we moved on to Hope Town for four nights. When we come back, we will stay at Camp David for the entire ten nights, use the Carolina Skiff for close proximity of the home, and rent the same 26′ boat from BlueWave Rentals that we had the last four nights for the entire trip. By doing so, we will have the perfect house, setting, fun nearby, and a way to travel to other islands for just the day or afternoon. (You would have to moor the boat a little deeper and make sure to know the tides as far as taking the bigger boat out.)

    Without a doubt, I would return again and again. In fact, I would love to bring my son and a couple of friends for his senior trip. One can not ask for a better host or hostess than Gary and Kathy. Both go above and beyond to help one plan and and feel at home. Stay at Camp David. YOU WILL LOVE IT!!

    Oh, almost forgot…please call Celisha Russell (Kathy’s advice on the website) to come to the house and have a massage on the front porch. It is a must. I did it twice! So relaxing. Celisha does a wonderful job.

  3. The Moss Family May 27, 2016 at 4:06 am #

    We stayed at Camp David for the 3rd time in April this year and can honestly say the experience just gets better each time. As keen fishermen it is paradise.

    Kathy and Gary are top class as nothing is to much trouble for them.

    Try one of their properties you will not be disappointed

    • kathy May 28, 2016 at 4:40 am #

      Thank you so much, Alan! 🙂

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