Built-in 1947 to conserve the degrading landscape, Everglades National Park is undoubtedly one of the largest national parks in America, spread across an area of 1.5 million acres The park is truly a retreat in nature’s lap encircled by mangrove forest, pine forest, marine life, freshwater lake, and tidal estuaries.
Camping in Miami’s Everglades gets better with two furnished campsites, beach campsites, and unhindered peace. The Flamingo campground is open round the year catering to tourists from around the world. While the Lone Pine Key Campground, offering 108 individual campsites, available from November to April, needs prior reservation. A car camping site and two frontcountry campgrounds are also there in Everglades National park to add to your journey. To experience wilderness camping, travelers surely need to have a wilderness camping permit for a hassle-free stay. You will be surely accompanied with good food, lavish arrangements, and exotic memories.