March 18, 2019 - reviewed by M A k
Just a note. when we look Flamingo Campground up on our phone the location actually comes up as Lone Pine Key campground. the Flamingo Campground is actually at the very tip of the Everglades- so about another 40 miles beyond that point
April 5, 2017 - reviewed by Teri
In spite of the "hilarious" state of the mosquitoes, we loved this campground at the tip of the Everglades National Park. It was 38 miles southwest from the entrance. The visitors centers were very informative. From camp we road our Goldwing to Key Largo for kayaking in the mangroves and Byscane National Park to hike for 2 different day trips, and took a ranger guided canoe trip. Hiked the Anhinga Trail, saw a ton of wild life and ate a coconut right off the tree. Witnessed both Anhinga and Osprey mommas feed their babies. Saw a 13' crock and dozens of alligators. And how could we forget the mosquitoes?! What a hidden treasure.