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The people are nice and the park clean. The sites are close together, I suppose to allow for many seasonal residents.
However, this park is located in an area where exotic fruit trees grow and many ornamental wholesale growers are. Dragon fruit, Mangos, Avocados and others.
An easy drive to visit the Everglades National Park and the Biscayne National Park.
Have waited six months into our RV life to start reviews for fair comparisons. Stayed 5 nights in 35 foot RV+tow car in 3 different sites. This was one of our least favorite stops so far. Essentially a circle of closely parked RV’s just off busy highway around a lake with gators(never saw any, but signs to NOT walk your dog on the lake side). So to walk your dog you have to let them wee all over your neighbors“land” which is mortifying. Limited to no cell signal. When we went to leave we were told we couldn’t use the dump station because it was full. And we couldn’t use the restrooms because they had a power outage that morning. Not sure what the connection is there, but that’s what we were told. Lots of generators running that morning. And yet it was fairly full, as the beauty is it is a great stopping point to head to southern FL and the Keys. And I suppose the clue is in the title, midway between the east and west coast of Florida. The camp hosts and people we met there were very friendly. The night star skies when not cloudy were incredible. I suppose this is one of those“It is what it is” places. Some campgrounds we love just because we love being there in the actual campground. This is not one of those, but it is a means to an end. We enjoyed the nearby Loop Road in Big Cypress.
We came from Maryland, excellent campground. Docking at your site for waterfront spots is an awesome perk. Two small beachy areas, though wouldn't suggest swimming there. Great pool, mix of residents and campers. Boat ramp, volleyball, friendly people. Next door is John Pennekamp Coral Reef state park. Awesome park, 2 beaches, snorkeling, boat ramps, trails, they have it all.
The campground was well maintained, showers were clean with plenty of hot water. We camped at site 87 and it was next to a busy road. It felt private and isolated however, there was a constant flow of traffic on the other side of the brush. Ensure you bring lots of mosquito repellents of all sorts, they are pretty large and very hungry mosquitos.
Myself, my husband, and our 2 year old son recently started camping as a family. We originally chose Miami Everglades RV Resort as a site to test our new equipment. It is close to home, so we figured if something went wrong, we’d just pack up and come home. Much to our surprise, this site is extremely nice! It is very clean, upkept well, and all staff were extremely helpful. We were originally assigned a campsite right next to another group who was taking up a lot of space so the office staff graciously worked with us and let us choose our own site. Even though this was a “test site” for us, our experience was so good and so relaxing that we will be back!
We stayed at this campground the week before spring break and during the week it was nIce and quiet. There was no hot water so showers were very quick. We took our bikes and had some nice rides. We rented a kayak for a few hours and kayaked down the canal but stopped at coots bay as it was very windy. A manatee swam right under our kayak! We also took the boat tour and learned a lot, especially about the trees,history and wildlife. We saw the nest osprey with the adults feeding the babies. The last night we were there the unruly spring break crowd came in and partied all night. The camp host did nothing. They left a big mess in the bathrooms. Also the day before we were to arrive we got a cancellation email so I had to call to fix that error, we had not cancelled. There is a lot of construction as a result of hurricanes and many of the trails are not maintained. We saw huge crocodiles and many bird species.
We decided to do the Florida national park tour and added big cypress even though it is a national preserve, not a park. This was a great little campground, but let me tell you when we drove into the park it was late and VERY dark. When we finally found the campground, we drove around 3 times before finding our tent spot. There is a cell tower close by so we had great cell service. There is no electricity anywhere in the campground, it there is water and a dishwashing station. There are no showers but the bathrooms are nice. There were a lot of hunters in the campground, they were all respectful. We took our bikes and had some nice rides. Most of the hiking is “wet” as in up to your knees at times. We would return for sure,it’s beautiful. We saw alligators, manatees and lots of birds. We ate at the only restaurant there which was great.
This place is situated in the mirror middle of acres upon acres of ornamental trees and shrubs for sale by various companies. They’re currently was not a manager however issues we had our resolved fairly quickly. The spots are tight. There’s a really nice pool miniature golf in a walking trail around the entire perimeter. Overall I really enjoyed it. Miami and the keys from this location easily￼