Large pull-through level sites with 50A. The campground is 40 miles inside the park but an easy drive and getting around in the campground is also easy. We couldn't get a Verizon signal or any channels over the air but really didn't miss it. - dandg
Very nice National Park campground and especially a good value. We were in the electric section which must be reserved in advance. Level sites, 'easy' hook-up, picnic table, fire pit, clean restrooms - but dated. Now, the restrooms are clean but - the showers are cold water unless you are in the non-electric section where they have solar heat, although I understand this is a bit hit or miss, too. There is a marina and convenience store with groceries. They have a small restaurant with sandwiches at a decent price and delicious Key lime pie.
Very nice trails, VC and wildlife viewing. We especially enjoyed the Anhinga trail with its many birds and alligators, the Mahogany Trail where we saw a barred owl and the Eco Pond trail. We also took the boat tour down the canal to the interior. Marvelous narration the whole way and we really enjoyed this and would recommend it to others. - swike
National Park Senior Rate for electric site. Large, level sites. Good sites for one or more nights visiting the Everglades. It was off-season so self-registration was in effect. Can get very buggy at night. It was the middle of April and deer flies were out during the day. Took the Florida Bay boat tour (no bugs out there)for an enjoyable ride with the dolphins. - Dave51
A basic but beautiful park with spacious sites. Park is in a forest. Abundance of birds provides a nice background sound. Would give 10 points if it had showers. - Chbronson
Very poor TV & Verizon phone & data. Rate is with Golden Age pass. No reservations. Water and dump available. Most sites are full sun. Park closes in summer. - earlymun
$8 is Golden Age rate. Nice big and wide campsites. Big rig access is limited. Most of the paved pads are about 30' deep, some have plenty of room behind the curb stop. So backing in up to a 38' MH and having room to drop jacks is no problem. There are also a couple of pull throughs which are wide spots in the road. They will take longer units. A water line runs to each bath and there is a threaded water spigots on each of the loops. We could have reached one from our site number 10. No problems with bugs during the day, but watch out for the little ants. BEWARE, know your snakes and watch out as they are in the CG. Diamondback, Cottonmouth and Pythons were seen during our stay. - Bob and Inga