Don’t google “camping near me” in Miami to Everglades National Park.
Your #1 camping experience will be in Everglades National Park and Flamingo Adventures.
The most accessible camping locations are the two drive-in locations Long Pine Key Campground and Flamingo Campground. Both sites can accommodate tents and RVs and offer a limited number of group sites. The eco-tents, located steps away from Flamingo Campground, provide comfort camping with a safari-style vibe!
The Long Pine Key Campground is right next to the Long Pine Key Trail as well as a fishing pond for your convenience. Plus, you don’t have to worry much about amenities since a variety is offered to you, including restrooms, cold showers, a dump station, and freshwater fill-ups. All these spaces are first-come, first-served and are only $25 for regular campsites (or $35 for group sites).
The Flamingo Campground, on the other hand, provides a beautiful view of the Florida Bay. These campgrounds are refreshing due to the bay winds and have showers, dump stations, picnic tables, grills, and even an amphitheater for winter programs.
These camping experiences are something to add to your list of things to do in Everglades National Park. Also, don’t forget about the Everglades Boat Tours that you can do just steps away from your camping site.
Life’s better when you add fresh air, a warm campfire, bright stars, and s’mores. But what makes it best is camping in Everglades National Park’s Flamingo Adventures campground sites and eco-tents.