Starting April 21, camping options are changing for our slower summer season: the majority of campsites in Flamingo will be closed. At Flamingo, camping is first come, first served with no reservations. Limited campsites in A Loop and T Loop (electric sites) and walk-ins will be available. As of June 1, limited camping at Flamingo will be available.
The Flamingo Campground, located 38 miles from the main park entrance in Homestead, has 278 total sites.
INDIVIDUAL SITES: There are 234 drive-in sites (55 with a view of Florida Bay) and 40 walk-up sites (9 on the water's edge).
GROUP SITES: There are 3 walk up group sites on the waters edge.
RV SITES: T-loop has 65 sites, all the large pull-through type and 41 sites in the T-Loop with electrical hookups. Amenities:
AMENITIES AND ACTIVITIES:
INDIVIDUAL SITES: All other frontcountry sites remain at $16.00/$8.00 per night for senior (U.S. Citizen 62 or over) or access pass holders (permanently disabled).
RV SITES: Camping fees at the 41 sites in T-Loop in Flamingo with electrical hookup will be $30.00 per site or $15.00 per site for Senior and Access pass holders. You must reserve these site online or by calling 1-877-444-6777 for dates between Nov. 20th - April 15th. Reservations are not needed from April 15th - Nov. 20th. This fee applies to anyone using these sites, regardless of whether they use the electric or not.
Reservations for Flamingo during our high 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 reservations are not needed.
NOTE: the reservation company will declare the campground full when they have sold their allotment of campsites. Many first-come first-served campsites still may be available.
Did You Know?
Soft-shell turtles may not have the protective hard covering seen on other turtles, but they make up for that with relatively greater speeds in the water. Also, their long noses are well adapted for snorkeling. These amazing animals seem perfectly built for a life in the Everglades!