Flamingo Campground at Everglades National Park


3.5 from 4 users


Flamingo Lodge Highway, Homestead, Florida

(305) 242-7700




The Flamingo Campground at Everglades National Park is one of the two drive-in campgrounds accessible from the Homestead entrance of the park. It has solar-heated showers, two dump stations, picnic tables, grills, and an amphitheater for seasonal Ranger programs. There's also several hiking and canoe trails, as well as opportunities for saltwater fishing. It offers a total of 274 sites, 41 of which have electric hookups, 65 are RV-only sites, and 40 are walk-to sites.

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Lat: 25.137079 Lng: -80.94308

User Reviews


User 100086

It's a simple cg, ok - but you are in the middle of the Everglades. We were drycamping in loop A. Mosquito level low, but you need spray. There's an osprey's nest on a big tree next to the 2nd restroom.


Kiwi RVers

Generally agree with Russ below. Unpowered sites also long pull through bays. The showers we used were cold but very clean. Hot showers available in tenting area, but it's a very long walk. Few mosquitoes, but apparently they can vary a lot.



Campground very open, powered and unpowered seperated. Powered sites have long pull through bays. Showers were cold and not very clean. There is no water or sewer hookups but there is a dump point and potable water refill station. Was ok during the day but many mosquitos at night. No phone reception.


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