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Erick P.’s Land

· Homestead Base, Miami-Dade, Florida
20 acres hosted by Erick P.
12 RV/tent sites
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or water at this Hipcamp.
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at this Hipcamp.
Near Biscayne National Park
Within a 30-minute drive from the Dante Fascell Visitor Center.
Near Everglades National Park
Within a 30-minute drive from the Everglades Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center.
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Homestead Base, Miami-Dade, Florida, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Seminole, Taíno, Tequesta, Miccosukee, and Mascogo First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Erick P.Joined in January 2021
90 ratings · 37 reviews
Torunn Elena M.doesn't recommend
November 9, 2023
Site 10 - Gods country in Miami
Camping closed
We never got to experience the camping site since we never got a code for the lock and had to camp outside the locked gate. Sent a message to the host through Hipcamp's direct message but he never responded.
Mc Kenna B.recommends
February 24, 2023
Gods country in Miami
Isolated bliss w/ mosquitos
This is real camping, no doubt! Absolutely beautiful isolated campsite, I had the place to myself and my dog and I were thrilled to be there. There is a racetrack very close by that you can hear during the day, but everyone packs up and goes home in the evening. I would highly recommend to anyone that is comfortable/confident camping in more rural areas and is equipped for the heat and humidity of florida. Be prepared for lots of mosquitos as it is swampy. Having Biscayne National Park just 10 minutes away kicked butt! Thanks Erick!
Trevor P.
February 23, 2023
Gods country in Miami
Eric’s Campsite
The site is as described but not quite as I expected it. I had difficulty finding the entrance although the Google map reference is spot on, the gate was locked, I didn’t have the code and there was no signage. The gravel road was not identifiable as it is now covered in grass. Eric when I managed to contact him was great and gave me precise instructions. From SW328 street turn into SW117 Avenue at the flashing red light signal then turn right into SW336 street which is a gravel road with a damaged sign, the Site is on the right after about 3/4 mile. On your right just before the turning is a large yellow container. The campsite ground is soft and evidence of RV’s getting bogged down. Once through the gate turn right into the campsite a continue a little way along the entrance track. There is no-where to turn round unless you enter the campsite so reverse in or out. There are a couple of BBQ’s there but no-one on site. No walking trails directly from the site. The Biscayne National Park is worth a visit. A photo of the site entrance would be helpful
Harmeet S.doesn't recommend
February 21, 2023
Gods country in Miami
Very soft ground vehicle got stuck. Got out thanks to another camper. Also gate is very rickety and doesn't fully open on one side
Scott P.recommends
February 17, 2023
Gods country in Miami
I loved it, peaceful, and private. Eric was very helpful!
Jeanna S.
February 16, 2023
Gods country in Miami
Hidden little spot. The "camp" spot is too soft to drove on (which is noted) but I didn't realize you can't drive anything over there, almost got stuck, good thing I have a Jeep. Backed out to park on the entrance "road" which is poorly maintained and littered with trash and debris. It might be fine if you tent camp in the camp area and just park at the entrance, not great for RVs or campers, very narrow tight space, hard to turn around.
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