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You definitely get a feel for the Everglades. An amazing ecosystem!
So much to see. We kayaked in a National Park going west on Rt 41, ate at Joanie’s and Gator Crossing. Visited a ranger station maybe 10 miles east on Rt 41. Lots of...More
I stayed in a small cabin. Because this is a campground, the showers and bathrooms are in a separate building. The cabin was small but VERY clean, the plywood floor left my bare feet clean. The double bed was VERY comfortable! The room had a...More
Even after the store was closed, the owners made some time to get me some firewood that my boyfriend and I needed to enjoy our trip to Big Cypress. While we did not actually stay at trail lakes this time, we were impressed by how...More
Our chickee cabin was lovely: beautiful setting, gorgeous sunset and sunrise, you could hear the frogs and other animal sounds all night and so many birds and beautiful flowers. An experience we don't regret although it was a little pricey.
There were four of us,...More
If you wanna get away from it all. This is the place. Hot showers, clean bathhouse, and friendly staff! Several little ponds to walk around. Firewood for sale in the Campground. We may try one of there cute little cabins some day. We will return.
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We brought 2 small dogs, the campground has no problem with them. BUT... that said you need to be careful. Don’t walk them near water. Gators will swiftly come to the edge an grab them. I was also told never kayak with dogs... More
We brought 2 small dogs, the campground has no problem with them. BUT... that said you need to be careful. Don’t walk them near water. Gators will swiftly come to the edge an grab them. I was also told never kayak with dogs in the boat. Gators won’t go after humans but they will go after small animals. If they are out on a line by your site, you need to be out there with them. Put them in your trailer/rv when you go to the shower.... just be smart. We never saw a gator in the campground but....