Long Pine Key Campground

Homestead, Florida 33034

Long Pine Key Campground

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Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Set in a forest of fragrant southern slash pine, Long Pine Key Campground has a pace as slow as the waters that flow through the river of saw grass that is the Everglades. But another important plant community thrives here: pine flatwoods. These pines grow on limestone that was once an ancient coral reef.

The campground is part of an area known as the Pinelands. The 108 campsites stretch around one side of a quiet lake. A picnic area lies on the other side. The campsites, 11 in all, are situated on an elongated loop with many crossroads that connect one side of the loop to the other. Most of the campsites are along these 11 crossroads. The campsites are very spacious and are divided by the understory of the pine flatwoods--primarily saw palmetto and hardwood seedlings."

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3/1/2008
This campground is very beautiful. Space are large and well separated from the others. It is cheap as a state park campground. But be careful there is no shower ! and not even some close room with a sink. You just have a sink in the common space so enough to wash you teeth but difficult to wash yourself. So I think this campground is perfect for one night not a long stay.
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Trail Information

Homestead
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
108
Campsites
Hiking, Birding, Mountain Biking
Additional Use
305-242-7700, nps.gov/ever
Local Contacts
$20
Fees per Night
Picnic table, fire pit. Flush toilets, water spigots.
Facilities

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