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Biscayne National Park

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Biscayne National Park, Florida

95 percent of Biscayne National Park is water. So yeah, you need a boat. Currently, the park doesn’t offer boat tours or kayak rentals (they are “working to resolve the issue”). So find, borrow, or Read more...
95 percent of Biscayne National Park is water. So yeah, you need a boat. Currently, the park doesn’t offer boat tours or kayak rentals (they are “working to resolve the issue”). So find, borrow, or rent a boat, and prepare to be blown away by Biscayne. Four distinct ecosystems make up one of the world’s most unique and fragile environments, including a mangrove shoreline and part of the third-largest living coral reef. There are hundreds of species of vibrantly-hued fish and exotic plant life in Biscayne. You may even spot an endangered animal living among the reefs. The American crocodile, Florida manatee, wood stork, white-crowned pigeon, and five different types of sea turtles are a few under federal protection at the park. Biscayne was nearly lost to urban development in the 1960s. Today, the Miami skyline shimmers faintly on the horizon, a reminder of how close the island came to succombing to subdivisions. Yet throughout 10,000 years of human history and under threat by category 5 hurricanes, Biscayne National Park has remained a sacred and otherworldly place. Now, go find that boat.
Elliott Key Campground
Elliott Key is one of Biscayne National Park’s two walk-up only campgrounds. It’s the biggest island...
Public campground
Elliott Key Group Campground
Elliott Key Group Campground is the only place in all of Biscayne National Park that takes advance...
Public campground
Boca Chita Key Campground
Camping is the only way to stay at Biscayne National Park. Boca Chita Key is the most popular island...
Public campground
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Happy Exotic Fruit Farm
Mellissa : Pretty cool. Different and very affordable
Direct book$20/night
Everglades Hide Away

Everglades Hide Away

67% Recommend – 3 Responses
Casey: Literally felt like I was driving right into the everglades themselves. Alligators, air boats and more...
Direct book$20/night
Tranquility Acres Campground
Scooby's: We offer eight acres of beautiful green pasture for car camping or a small camper with no hookup. At...
Direct book$30/night
Lovely Ranch  Organic Gardens
Laura: This was my first experience with Hipcamp though I have both hosted and used AirBnB often. It wasn’t ...
Request book$30/night
Avocado Grove
Charles: Pitch a tent in our avocado grove on our rescue farm. We have roosters, hen and peacocks that free...
Direct book$45/night
Country in D City of Sunshine
Fred: Pitch your tent in a private fenced yard. There is a fire place to toast the marshmallows. A picnic...
Request book$30/night
John Pennekamp Campground
Jane: Most of this park consists of water and coral reefs. Boat rides can be purchased to take you out to th...
Public campground
Long Pine Key Campground
Cindy: 2016 UPDATE: Showers are now being built at Long Pine Key Campground! Hallelujah! Although there are n...
Public campground
Long Pine Key Group Campground
Andy: Great campground only 6 miles from the main gate. Bike trails and hiking trails are available. In 20...
Public campground
Oleta River Youth Group Campground
Maryanne: Understand no tents allowed and you musto be a registered non profit organization to use this area
Public campground
Flamingo Campground

Flamingo Campground

79% Recommend – 14 Responses
Alexander: Bug spray. The nastiest most chemical filled one you can find. And soak in it. Helps a little. I kno...
Public campground
Curry Hammock State Park Campground
Alyssa: This campground is a lot better than some of the others in the keys! There's enough beach that you can...
Public campground
Long Key Campground
Tamara: Really beautiful campground! We got a site right on the water. There isn't a ton of shade during the d...
Public campground
In the Farms of Jupiter
Deborah: Jupiter, Florida -  Ocean, sand, lakes, blue skies and sunshine!   Jupiter Farms was rated as the 9th...
Direct book$28/night
Taste of Old Florida
Malanie: The host was great! Even accommodated us the last minute when the state parks were book we had a great...
Direct book$15/night
Buttonwood Campground

Buttonwood Campground

94% Recommend – 9 Responses
Alexander: Book in advance. Well in advance. That said they often have walk up camping available.
Public campground
The Lazy F

The Lazy F

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
De: Finding a place to tent camp near Fort Meyer is a challenge. Our camping area had a nice fire ring, wo...
Request book$25/night
Camping in a Petting Zoo
Nancy: Make sure you are wearing hiking boots, jeans and a hat. Come see our very own zebra named OZZIE and a...
Direct book$100/night
Bayside Campground

Bayside Campground

93% Recommend – 7 Responses
Penny: Campsites book within a minute of reservation opening 11 months before your trip 8:00 am EST
Public campground
Sandspur Campground

Sandspur Campground

92% Recommend – 6 Responses
Chill out among the trees at Sandspur Campground, nestled in a hardwood hammock on the Atlantic side...
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