Top Tent Camping near Sunrise, FL

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Best Tent Sites Near Sunrise, FL (10)

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      1.

      Quiet Waters Park

      5 Reviews
      64 Saves
      Deerfield Beach, Florida
      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access
      • Tents
      Camper-submitted photo from Sawgrass Recreation Park

      2.

      Sawgrass Recreation Park

      3 Reviews
      1 Photo
      74 Saves
      Weston, Florida

      Sawgrass Recreation Park was previously a fishing camp. Over the next 30 years it transformed from a fishing camp, into a one boat airboat attraction in the 1970’s and finally became one of South Florida’s top destinations for visitors in the new millennium. In 2005, shortly after Hurricane Wilma hit, the Soverns’ family acquired Sawgrass Recreation Park. Since then, the park has expanded the exhibit areas to allow for the adoption and rescue of more reptiles and mammals. Sawgrass has also expanded community relations, offering an annual scholarship to a local student, and forging partnerships with local schools to educate students about the Florida Everglades.

      Our store is well stocked with beverages, snacks, and lunch items. Tent Camping in the Everglades is primitive and available for $20.00 per site, per night. There is a maximum of 2 tents per site. Sites are available 7 days a week (reservations are required). Private guided fishing tours are available with advanced bookings (call for info). Group camping in the Everglades is also available for 20 or more campers (call for special rates). Sites are equipped with a picnic table and a campfire ring. Access to restrooms is a short walk. There are no showers on the property.

      • Pets
      • Phone Service
      • Tents
      • Market
      • Trash
      • Picnic Table

      $10 / night

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        Camper-submitted photo from Seven Mile Camp on the Florida Trail
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        Camper-submitted photo from Elliott Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Elliott Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Elliott Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Elliott Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Elliott Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Elliott Key — Biscayne National Park

        5.

        Elliott Key — Biscayne National Park

        4 Reviews
        15 Photos
        83 Saves
        Cutler Bay, Florida

        Overview

        Eliott Key is only accessible by boat. No services are available on the island. Elliott Key is the park's largest island. Restrooms with sinks and cold water showers, picnic tables and grills are available. Drinking water is available, but bring water as a precaution if the system goes down. There are 33 boat slips in the marina. This location is available on a first-come, first-served basis only. Visitors are required to physically arrive at the campground to purchase and claim a site. Once on-site, you can pay for your campsite(s) by scanning a QR code using the Recreation.gov mobile app.__ There is limited cellular connectivity at this location. Please download the free Recreation.gov mobile app and create an account prior to arrival.

        Recreation

        Daytime use and overnight camping - the campground is located on the Biscayne Bay side. Overnight camping and docking fees are required.__ Picknicking - tables and barbecue grills are available in the campground and marina.__ Hiking - a mile-long loop trail starts near the campground. Also, "Spite Highway" runs approximately six miles down the center of the island. It affords a good opportunity to see a variety of habitats in the martime forest.__ Fishing - permitted from the maintenance dock (south of the harbor) or from the shoreline outside of the no-wake zone. Fishing regulations apply.

        Facilities

        Daytime use and overnight camping - the campground is located on the Biscayne Bay side. Overnight camping and docking fees are required.__ Picknicking - tables and barbecue grills are available in the campground and marina.__ Hiking - a mile-long loop trail starts near the campground. Also, "Spite Highway" runs approximately six miles down the center of the island. It affords a good opportunity to see a variety of habitats in the martime forest.__ Fishing - permitted from the maintenance dock (south of the harbor) or from the shoreline outside of the no-wake zone. Fishing regulations apply.

        Natural Features

        The largest island in the park was once a thriving community of pioneers engaged in pineapple farming, sponging, wrecking, and other pursuits. Today the island offers camping, picnicking, wildlife watching and a hiking trail. A mile-long loop trail starts near the campground. Also, "Spite Highway" runs approximately six miles down the center of the island. It affords a good opportunity to see a variety of habitats in the martime forest.

        Nearby Attractions

        Elliott Key is located just south of Boca Chita Key.__

        Charges & Cancellations

        Ensure one of the designated campsites is available prior to paying. Once payment is made on-site, we do not offer refunds or modifications.

        • Pets
        • Tents
        • Drinking Water
        • Toilets
        • Alcohol

        $25 / night

        Camper-submitted photo from Boca Chita Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Boca Chita Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Boca Chita Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Boca Chita Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Boca Chita Key — Biscayne National Park
        Camper-submitted photo from Boca Chita Key — Biscayne National Park

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        Boca Chita Key — Biscayne National Park

        2 Reviews
        27 Photos
        112 Saves
        Cutler Bay, Florida

        Overview

        Boca Chita Key is only accessible by boat. No services are available on the island. Boca Chita Key is the park's most popular island. It features beautiful waterfront views, a grassy camping area, picnic tables and grills. Toilets are available, but there are no showers, sinks or drinking water. The harbor entrance at low tide is approximately four feet.__ This location is available on a first-come, first-served basis only. Visitors are required to physically arrive at the campground to purchase and claim a site. Once on-site, you can pay for your campsite(s) by scanning a QR code using the Recreation.gov mobile app.__ There is limited cellular connectivity at this location. Please download the free Recreation.gov mobile app and create an account prior to arrival.

        Recreation

        Boca Chita Key features daytime use and overnight camping. Grills and picnic tables are in designated camping areas. A half mile hiking trail starts just east of the restrooms. The trail continues to the south end of the island and emerges near the pavilion.

        Facilities

        Boca Chita Key features daytime use and overnight camping. Grills and picnic tables are in designated camping areas. A half mile hiking trail starts just east of the restrooms. The trail continues to the south end of the island and emerges near the pavilion.

        Natural Features

        The iconic and historic lighthouse, built by Mark Honeywell in the 1930s, guides boats to the beauty and wonders of the park. Boca Chita is the most visited island in the park. The observation deck of the 65 foot tall lighthouse provides a fantastic view of islands, bay, ocean and Miami skyline. If park employees are around they may be able to open the observation deck for viewing. A half mile hiking trail starts just east of the restrooms. The trail continues to the south end of the island and emerges near the pavilion.

        Nearby Attractions

        Boca Chita Key is located just north of Elliott Key.

        Charges & Cancellations

        Ensure one of the designated 21 campsites is available prior to paying. Once payment is made on-site, we do not offer refunds or modifications.

        • Pets
        • Phone Service
        • Tents
        • Toilets
        • Alcohol

        $35 / night

        Camper-submitted photo from Peanut Island Campground
        Camper-submitted photo from Little Gopher
        Camper-submitted photo from Little Gopher
        Camper-submitted photo from Little Gopher

        8.

        Little Gopher

        3 Reviews
        3 Photos
        36 Saves
        Canal Point, Florida

        Camping is permitted during certain times of the year and only in designated campsites, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For information on when and where camping is allowed, consult the regulations summary brochure. See the J.W. Corbett WMA Recreation Guide for campsite locations.

        • Fires
        • Tents
        • Group
        • Alcohol
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          AD Barnes Park - Group Camping Facility

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          2 Saves
          South Miami, Florida

          This campground is available only to groups and/or organizations, no family camping is allowed.

          A.D. Barnes Park is a 65-acre park nestled in the heart of one of Miami's busiest areas. The park is dedicated to and named after the first Director of the Parks and Recreation Department, who strongly believed recreation was important to the lives of every citizen in Miami-Dade County. Since its opening in 1977, the park has integrated activities that serve people with disabilities into its programming.

          The Leisure Access Camp is fully accessible for persons with disabilities and is available to rent to all. The camp is surrounded by ten acres of pineland and tropical hardwoods. It features two cottages equipped with showers, a lodge, and a dining hall with full kitchen. This campground is available only to groups and/or organizations, no family camping is allowed.

          The cabins include 10 (twin) beds per cabin (occupancy load is 20), you can bring additional cots/sleeping bags or roll away beds. There are two fully accessible restrooms with showers in each cabin. There are Ceiling fans as well as central A/C-Heat.

          The Lodge / Kitchen area seats 64 with tables and 90 without tables and may be reserved for meetings or social functions. Special activities for persons with disabilities are offered at the camp, and the complex may be reserved for special programs.

          • Fires
          • Electric Hookups
          • Phone Service
          • Reservable
          • ADA Access
          • Tents

          $190 - $250 / night

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