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Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park, Florida

When a lot of people think of the Everglades they think of swampland teeming with insects and reptiles slinking through mud and seagrass. That’s part of it, sure--but did you know it’s technically a Read more...
When a lot of people think of the Everglades they think of swampland teeming with insects and reptiles slinking through mud and seagrass. That’s part of it, sure--but did you know it’s technically a river? It flows (or rather, drifts) southwest at about a quarter mile a day, feeding a vast network of wetlands and forests on its way into the Florida Bay. It’s an immensely important ecosystem with nine distinct habitats housing hundreds of species of animals--dozens of them on the federally endangered list and some found nowhere else on the planet. The Everglades National Park spans 1.5 million acres, but actually only protects the southern 20% of the original Everglades. It’s one of only three places in the world that’s been declared a World Heritage Site, a Wetland of International Importance, and an International Biosphere Reserve. Human activity, changing climate conditions, and nonnative species (you’ve heard about the rampant Burmese python population, right?) have greatly impacted this complex ecosystem in a constant state of flux. One million people visit the Everglades every year, engaging in activities from biking and birdwatching to fishing and boating… and course, to marvel at the wonder of this magnificent changing force.
Long Pine Key Campground
Cindy: 2016 UPDATE: Showers are now being built at Long Pine Key Campground! Hallelujah! Although there are...
Long Pine Key Group Campground
Andy: Great campground only 6 miles from the main gate. Bike trails and hiking trails are available. In...
Flamingo Campground
Alexander: Bug spray. The nastiest most chemical filled one you can find. And soak in it. Helps a little. I...
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Kentos Cabin
Kenneth: Private master bedroom with a double bed and a separate loft with two single mattresses (it's so...
Happy Exotic Fruit Farm
Miguel: exotic fruit farm - 5 acres of dragonfruit and lychee orchard RV Spots - full hookups - 50 ampRent RV...
John Pennekamp Campground
Jane: Most of this park consists of water and coral reefs. Boat rides can be purchased to take you out to...
Bayside Campground
Penny: Campsites book within a minute of reservation opening 11 months before your trip 8:00 am EST
Buttonwood Campground
Alexander: Book in advance. Well in advance. That said they often have walk up camping available.
Everglades Hide Away
Casey: Literally felt like I was driving right into the everglades themselves. Alligators, air boats and more...
Sandspur Campground
Chill out among the trees at Sandspur Campground, nestled in a hardwood hammock on the Atlantic side...
Staunch Lodge Cabin
Priscilla: It’s all about the views! We would love for you to stay at our log cabin. Come and enjoy crisp clean...
Long Key Campground
Tamara: Really beautiful campground! We got a site right on the water. There isn't a ton of shade during the...
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...
Organic Fruit Farm
Joanne: A 1 acre private lot with tons of fruit trees from figs to peaches. Noni fruits are fruiting...
Cabin, Tents, RV's,  WiFi
Ernesto: Conveniently located near the largest freshwater lake in the state of Florida, this private, 2. 5 acre...
Elliott Key Group Campground
Elliott Key Group Campground is the only place in all of Biscayne National Park that takes advance...
Elliott Key Campground
Elliott Key is one of Biscayne National Park’s two walk-up only campgrounds. It’s the biggest island...
Boca Chita Key Campground
Camping is the only way to stay at Biscayne National Park. Boca Chita Key is the most popular island...
Tranquility Acres Campground
Scooby's: Pitch a tent on our family farm in Southeast Florida. Eight acres of beautiful green pasture. We have...
Camp Shaawanoki
Eduardo: The sound of rooster in the morning is the only alarm you will need here. Situated on the outskirts of...
Shambhala Eco Habitat
Gloria: While the farm is still taking shape, Isi and Tony have some beautiful sites on their home property in...
Collier-Seminole State Park Campground
Frank J.
Frank J.: Its a quite Campsite, mainly used by RV campers. Decent sized trail with also a large space with a...
Oleta River Youth Group Campground
Located on the northern end of the park, near most of the hiking and biking trails, the Oleta River...