Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Pinecrest Group Campground

Pinecrest Campground offers four group campsites that provide a nice, quiet and relaxing atmosphere. This is a wonderful location for a group to start their south Florida adventure.

Recreation

Pinecrest offers access to recreational activities such as paddling, hiking, birding, fishing, and hunting with proper licensure.

Facilities

This campground is for primitive group use camping only. Picnic tables and fire rings are available at each site. There are no covered picnic areas, toilets, hookups, or water. Minimal shade is provided by surrounding trees.

Natural Features

Situated alongside Loop Road the campground is located in a clearing and surrounded by pine and oak trees.

Nearby Attractions

Located on historic Loop Road this campground is close to the Miccosukee Cultural Center, Oasis Visitor Center, and Shark Valley.

ADA Access: N

Price
$30.00
Operator
National Park Service
Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
RVs and Trailers
Max Length: 30 ft.
Location
Pinecrest Group Campground is located in Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida
Latitude
25.7612 N
Longitude
-80.9194 W
Get Directions
Directions
From Naples: Follow US HWY 41 east to Loop Road. Take Loop Road south until you see sign for campground. From Miami: Follow US HWY 41 west to Loop Road; take Loop Road south until you see signs for campground.
1 Review of Pinecrest Group Campground
First to Review
Large clearing for group camping

The only indication that you have reached the turn off for Pinecrest group campground is the brown tent sign. The sign for the campground itself is parallel to the road, so you won't see it until you are upon it. You'll need to reserve a campsite online in advance. Otherwise the gate to the campground is locked. Each of the 4 sites can accommodate 15 campers/8 tents as they are paired in such a way that sites 1&2 are together and 3&4 occupy a separate corner, perfect if you're group requires two sites.. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring, and half of a bear box; extra tables were gathered in the center. There are vault toilets, but no running water. Plenty to do in the area…fishing, birding, boating, hinting. Explore the preserve or neighboring Everglades. It's off the gravel loop road south of Tamiami Trail Rd.