Big Cypress National Preserve Camping

Bear Island

Open

Open All Year

Details

Primitive camping with no water or rest room facilities. Three designated, primitive campgrounds: Bear Island, Pink Jeep and Gator Pit. Pink Jeep and Gator Pit require an Off-Road Vehicle Permit to access. 40 sites available at Bear Island. Campgrounds may close seasonally or temporarily for repairs or resource concerns. Please contact the visitor center for current campground information. -

Visitor

Center phone number is 239-695-1201.

Burns Lake

Open

mid-November through early January

Details

Primitive camping with no water or rest room facilities. Open from mid-November through early January only. Closed the rest of the year. 40 designated sites available. Campgrounds may close seasonally or temporarily for repairs or resource concerns. Please contact the visitor center for current campground information.

Visitor Center phone number is 239-695-1201

Midway

Details

This campground offers a dump station, restrooms, drinking water, day-use area, RV and tent sites. RV sites allow electric hookup. Campgrounds may close seasonally or temporarily for repairs or resource concerns. Please contact the visitor center for current campground information.

Visitor Center phone number is 239-695-1201.

Mitchell's Landing

Open

Open All Year

Details

Primitive camping with no water or rest room facilities. 15 sites available. Campgrounds may close seasonally or temporarily for repairs or resource concerns. Please contact the visitor center for current campground information.

Visitor Center phone number is 239-695-1201.

Monument Lake

Open

Open All Year

Details

Monument Lake campground offers restrooms, drinking water and designated RV and tent sites. An outside, cold water shower is also available. NO HOOKUPS for electricity, sewer or water are available at this campground. Campgrounds may close seasonally or temporarily for repairs or resource concerns. Please contact the visitor center for current campground information.

Visitor Center phone

number is 239-695-1201

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Pinecrest

Open

Open All Year

Details

Primitive camping with no water or rest room facilities. 10 sites available. Campgrounds may close seasonally or temporarily for repairs or resource concerns. Please contact the visitor center for current campground information.

Visitor Center phone number is 239-695-1201.

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