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Flamingo Campground

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We did not camp out but rather were in a discovery mode trying to catch the vibe of nature and plan for camping in the future. The campground facility is clean and well maintained, plenty of parking spaces and picnic tables. Shore is rather smelly and I would not recommend bathing. Honestly I think I would rather head to Naples...

Thank Renny D
kissimmee, Florida
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

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 electric sites available but no water hook ups. (You could fill your tank by the...

1Thank lovelylucine
Reviewed 30 March 2017

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 gravel pads, picnic table and BBQ. The park employees are very helpful. Only one shower...

Thank spaghetti2
Rural Virginian
Reviewed 24 March 2017

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 maintained well (no soap in hand dispensers, out of toilet paper). The showers did not...

Thank schlegal1
Reviewed 18 March 2017 via mobile

My husband Donald and I and my service dog Selena aka NeeNee stayed there 2 days had fun I never knew the glades were that big had a campfire showers bathrooms it was real nice and the park ranger was real nice to us only draw back was the mosquitos they real got us good so before you go there...

Thank Lourdes D
Batavia, New York
Reviewed 21 February 2017

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 and didn't have bug issues in the campground but on the hiking trails the mosquitos...

Thank Sue S
Reviewed 23 January 2017

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, so many birds are here, since the low water concentrates the fish into this area....

1Thank Susan H
Reviewed 18 January 2017

No water & sewer hookup in RV section. Electricity only. Water fill at all restrooms. Only restroom without hot water is the in the most expensive part of campground. (RV electric sites). Hot water is solar heated - so plan to have a hot shower mid morning to dusk. Spacious sites Not all have fire rings Great staff - every...

Thank Jules C
Reviewed 29 December 2016

First off, Reserve America's website didn't have any sites for camping and when we got here the place is practically empty! Nothing special. No swimming! Anywhere! Bird Watching is about it. Canoe rentals way up at visitor center which was crowded with day tourists. THE MOSQUITOES were horrendous. I guess there protecting them too.

Thank Dianelson
Flagler Beach, Florida
Reviewed 13 December 2016

Do not miss this National Park. The Flamingo campground is setup nicely but we were there in December and did not expect that we would have to stay inside our motor home, the mosquito's swarmed! Deet is necessary non of the kinder bug spray works! We did many of the trails in the park and did not run into the...

2Thank JaniceRW

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Additional Information about Flamingo Campground

Address: Everglades National Park Main Road, Everglades National Park, FL 33034
Region: United States > Florida > Everglades National Park
Number of rooms: 274
Also Known As:
Flamingo Campground Hotel Everglades National Park
Flamingo Hotel Fl
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“Choose the walk-in tent sites for a nice breeze from the bay”
schlegal1, 23 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Set up away from the bushes - fewer mosquitoes in the open.”
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“Stay close to the building for restrooms, outside sinks for washing dishes. NO CELL SERVICE!!!”
aleshaa2016, 8 Jan 2016 | Read review
“This is a campground and not a hotel.”
scoutdreams, 26 Nov 2014 | Read review
“BRING BUG SPRAY!!!!! Campground rooms are great.”
Leeman7957, 9 Jun 2013 | Read review
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