Rodney Camauf, National Park Service
Camping at the southern tip of Everglades National Park is an experience to remember!
Camping is available Year round at Flamingo
Located on the southernmost tip of the Florida peninsula this camping area is busiest during the winter season December - April. During the warmer wet season of the summer portions of the campgrounds are closed.
As weather improves around Mid-November camping options are increased at Flamingo and by mid-January all camping sites are open.
DIRECTIONS: The Flamingo Campground is located 38 miles south after you go through the fee booth at the main park entrance in Homestead.
AMENITIES AND ACTIVITIES:
Flamingo has several hiking trails and canoe trails, and opportunities for saltwater fishing are plentiful.
The brochure link below has details on camping in this area that will help you plan your visit.
Check the Visitor Center for a daily schedule of Ranger guided programs.
FEES : (Note there is an entrance fee to get into the park not included in these camping fees)
RV SITES: Camping fees at the 41 sites in T-Loop in Flamingo with electrical hookup are $30.00 a night per site or $15.00 per site for Senior and Access pass holders. (Reservations are not needed from April 16th - Nov. 19th. This fee applies to anyone using these sites, regardless of whether they use electric or not.)
Reservations for Flamingo during the busy season December - April are highly recommended.
Reservations can be made on line by clicking the box below or call 1-877-444-6777 (International 518-885-3639) for dates after November 20th - April 15th. During the summer/fall slower season (April 16 - November 19) reservations are not needed.