Camping in tents, log cabins or dormitories are exciting and adventurous. Most of the necessities like sheets or blankets needs to be carried by the campers. The authorities are not responsible for providing the things.
The Hollywell National Recreation Park in the Blue Mountain region offers tents and cabins. The cabins have proper bathroom, a small kitchen and a fireplace.
Clydesdale, 3700 feet in the mountains, was a coffee plantation and a pine nursery. The place has a dormitory with bunk beds with showers, toilets and a cooking pit. The Cinchona Botanical Gardens is just an one hour walk from Clydesdale. Tents are available to camp on the grounds of the garden. The Whitfield Hall Hostel is a private campsite where camping necessities are supplied.
Portland Gap Forestry Hut is high up in the mountains (5,200feet). It has a supply of water,an outhouse and a space enough for 30 tents but one has to sleep on the floor.
Camping on the peak of the Blue Mountain is interesting with a view of Jamaica from the top, tent camping is also allowed. The drawbacks are inadequate supply of water and cold temperatures between December and February.
Many resorts also provide camping facilities to their guests on the grounds.