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The Watson Place

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Everglades National Park

With twisty mangrove tunnels and eerie waterways with names like “Alligator Creek,” the Watson Place campground in Everglades National Park fits right in. The Watson Place campground is the former home of Florida’s notorious outlaw and sugar cane plantation owner, Edgar Watson, known for killing…

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Sarah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 8, 2017

Know before you go!

This is a fantastic spot to spend a night or two, but before you spend any time here learn a bit about the history of this place. It's a little mysterious and a tad creepy, but it certainly makes staying here more interesting especially if you have an active imagination.

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Month of VisitFebruary

Location

The Watson Place is located in Florida

Coordinates

25.70963721 N
81.244898 W

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