Top Free Dispersed Camping near Miramar, FL

Explore the best dispersed campsites near Miramar, FL! See real photos & honest reviews to plan your perfect getaway.

If you're looking for a place to dispersed camp near Miramar, look no further. Here you'll find a diverse selection of places to camp, including remote dispersed camping to boondocking, and everything in-between. Find the perfect dispersed campsite for your next adventure.

Best Dispersed Sites Near Miramar, FL (6)

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        Ivy Primitive Camp — Big Cypress National Preserve

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        Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida

        Big Cypress National Preserve consists of 729,000 acres of backcountry with several miles of multi-use trails to explore. Backcountry camping allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty and challenge of the Preserve's wild side. By carrying everything you need to survive on your back or in your off-road vehicle, you can discover a world beyond where the pavement ends.

        A Backcountry Camping Permit is required for all backcountry camping. Permits are free and can be filled out online and printed. Additionally, they are located at every backcountry trailhead and can be found at both visitor centers. The permits take only a few minutes to complete.

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          Carpenter Primitive Camp — Big Cypress National Preserve

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          Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida

          Big Cypress National Preserve consists of 729,000 acres of backcountry with several miles of multi-use trails to explore. Backcountry camping allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty and challenge of the Preserve's wild side. By carrying everything you need to survive on your back or in your off-road vehicle, you can discover a world beyond where the pavement ends.

          A Backcountry Camping Permit is required for all backcountry camping. Permits are free and can be filled out online and printed. Additionally, they are located at every backcountry trailhead and can be found at both visitor centers. The permits take only a few minutes to complete. Please click here to get started.

          Please click here for more information about the rules and regulations concerning backcountry camping.

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          Frequently Asked Questions

          Which is the most popular dispersed campsite near Miramar, FL?

          According to TheDyrt.com, the most popular dispersed campground near Miramar, FL is L-31 Boat Ramp with a 3-star rating from 1 review.

          What is the best site to find dispersed camping near Miramar, FL?

          TheDyrt.com has all 6 dispersed camping locations near Miramar, FL, with real photos and reviews from campers.