At first glance, a camping trip to Watch Hill seems incredibly exciting and attractive. Campsites right next to the beach. Showers, bathrooms, tiki bar, and restaurant all within walking distance to a beautiful beach. The only downside, and it is a big downside, are the mosquitos. I have travelled around the world- - Africa, Southeast Asia - - and without a doubt, the Mosquitos we encountered in July 2010 at Watch Hill were the worst. Be prepared. Be very prepared. My recommendations. Go to a camping store and get a Mosquito head cover, Mosquito net poncho, Ben's 30% deet spray and deet spray for long sleeve shirts and jeans. Also bring a mosquito tent for eating meals. If you do all this you will be OK. So I don't sound too alarming, I will say the beach is really really nice. If you don't camp out over night, it is still a good day trip for the beach alone.