Four months after the $13.95 million deal was announced to sell Maho Bay Campground the identity of the buyer is still unknown. So are his/her plans for the 13.8 acre waterfront property.
Selengut has just three weeks left to keep the tents and campsites open. His lease expires at the end of June. He spoke with Lynda Lohr of the St. John Source last week, telling her the new owner is “an environmentally-oriented billionaire who’s supposedly going to use it as a family estate.”
The buyer has not contacted Selengut, either. Which some people might consider rude, given that there’s a heck of a lot of work to be done between now and June 30 to clean up the campground.
A few weeks ago, Selengut said he could stage the world’s largest garage sale to sweep the site of millions of dollars of beds, silverware, glasses, blankets and so on – anything that’s not attached to the ground. That means the tents and the buildings will stay.