it was a shame about this camp, if you had arrived in your own vehicle it was a good place to be, however we arrived by shuttle from the airport, and on booking in at reception were told, the onsite market/shop was closed [due to Cov-id 19] also the restaurant was only open for evening meals.
If there had been a shop of some kind nearby things would not have been too bad, we discovered the nearest was over a kilometer away, which for older couples is quite a distance to fetch shopping.
The site did offer drinks from a machine, but that was all.
On the web site Jolly claimed there was a shuttle bus traveling daily to Venice which we could use at a cost, the problem was in reality, you had to book at reception, if there was a party of 6 or more we could go, the problem was none at reception seemed to keep a record of those asking.
I will say the Staff on the site were all helpful and friendly, we required more pillows, which they provided, we also asked for some cooking utensils which they also provided.
The main problem, was getting from jolly camping to the no 6 bus, which took you into Venice, once you had walked the kilometer to the stop, you had to wait for the bus which on the times we used it, was packed.
The Taxi system in Marghera and Venice is not cheap, it cost 30€ each way for a 10 minute journey.
Venice itself other more articulate authors than I will have written about, I will just say we loved it, if we go again we definitely book some where closer.
as the chalet's have no cooking facilities of any kind,