It was a little more remote than expected. Over 35 miles from the entrance to the park, and really nowhere to get supplies. There is a nearby boat marina, but it had little, and closed early. The camp ground was clean and roomy. It had...続きを読む
We camped her in February during what we thought was the dry season. It was quite warm and the mosquitoes were horrible. The park was basic - one of the few national parks that actually offer electricity. The campsites are in a large field with...続きを読む
Swarms. And I mean swarms. I saw warnings of lots of bugs but I thought, "Oh, I am outdoorsy, it won't bother me." It was terrible.
The sites are typical NPS sites, which are fine. The facilities were not as good as others--bathrooms were not...続きを読む
Very simple campground. The bathrooms were clean and did have showers. We did rent a canoe and paddled the Everglades for a couple hours. We also did a boat tour out of the marina which was nice. We saw manatees and dolphins. We were lucky...続きを読む
This is a really neat place to camp.... well off the beaten path, even during Florida's tourist season. The two of us stayed one night in the campsite and took a boat tour into the mangrove swamps the next morning. January is the dry season,...続きを読む
Can kayaks be easily rolled to the water?
Are pets allowed?
How far to the water?
Is there water and electricity on the sites?
We have a 33' motor home, are the roads easy to maneuver?
hi, I am tent camping, March 21-23 2015. Anything you wished you had with you but didn't bring? if I have a tent can I also have a screen house/shelter to keep the mosquito's at bay?
Hi, I'll be going in a week. What is the mosquito/insect situation at this time of the year? Is mosquito repellant a must? Any special clothing we need to bring? Can I wear shorts or long pants and full body coverage a must?