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RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Midway Campground (FL)
Midway Campground is a beautiful place where visitors can enjoy the surrounding preserve while sitting at their picnic table. Visitors may enjoy nearby activities such as fishing, hiking through the preserve, and exploring the many boardwalks. Natural Features: The RV campsites surround the lake offering a view from every site. Each campsite is open with limited to no shade. The outer perimeter of the campground is lined with a mixture of different trees. Recreation: Midway Campground is centrally located in Big Cypress National Preserve, offering a multitude of recreational activities. Ranging from hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, photography, and off-road vehicle trails. Facilities: This campground offers electric hookups for RV sites, dump station, flush toilets, and water. Each RV campsite has its own picnic table and hibachi style grill. Covered picnic areas are located around the lake for day use. Nearby Attractions: Located just off the highway, this campground is close to the Oasis Visitor Center, Miccosukee Cultural Center, Shark Valley, and Clyde Butchers Art Gallery. ACTIVITIES Day Use Area: Amphitheater
Drive In
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No ADA Access
No Alchohol
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
No Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
Trash Available
No Water Hookups
No WiFi
Midway Campground (FL) is located in Florida
25.851 N
-80.987 W
Get Directions
From Naples: Follow US HWY 41 east until you see signs for campground (approximately mile marker 52) From Miami: Follow US HWY 41 west until you see signs for campground (approximately mile marker 52)
1 Review of Midway Campground (FL)
First to Review
Great stopover on the way to the Keys or a day at Shark Valley

Paved road and pad with 50A. Potable water at the dump station if needed. We started with a full tank so we did just fine. We were on site 14 which is as far from Hwy 41 as possible. No one else was here when we first parked and then, we only had one or two other campers join us for the week end. Great stopover on the way to the Keys or a day at Shark Valley. Had to swing out onto the grass to back in since the road and sites are narrow. Volunteers work here for about three months starting in December. All sites face a pond which does have a resident alligator.