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    Everglades

    National Park Florida

Frontcountry Camping

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Campgrounds
Two drive-in campgrounds are located within the park. The
Long Pine Key Campground is located six miles from the Ernest Coe Visitor Center. The Flamingo Campground is located near the Flamingo Visitor Center on the shores of Florida Bay.

Accommodations
INDIVIDUALS - There are generally enough single campsites to meet demand in the frontcountry, but reservations are strongly recommended for Flamingo for busy periods, such as the week between Christmas and New Year and other winter holiday week-ends.

Both campgrounds can accommodate tents and RVs.

GROUP - A limited number of group sites (up to 15 people) are also available. These require a reservations.

Fees
Electric sites are now reservable under the online reservation system.

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. This fee applies to anyone using these sites, regardless of whether they use the electric or not.

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).

GROUP SITES: You can reserve a group site for up to 15 people, which are $30.00 per night.

Reservations
Sites are available in the Long Pine Key Campground on a first-come, first-serve basis only. Reservations are not accepted, except for group camping (minimum 15 people) after November 20. For Group Camping at Long Pine Key Campground please call 305-242-7745.

Reservations are accepted at the Flamingo Campground, and are strongly recommended. Contact 1-877-444-6777 or online.

Reservations for the Flamingo Campground are only accepted from Nov. 15th - April 15th and can either be made online or by calling 1-877-444-6777 (International: 518-885-3639). Reservations are not needed from April 15th - Nov. 15th.

 
 

Did You Know?

Baby alligator

Female alligators will vehemently protect their nests and their young until they reach one to two years of age. Keep your eyes out for baby alligators in the Everglades - they're about a foot long with yellow stripes.