The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission continues to make major campground improvements! Currently, the day visitor parking lot is being expanded to accommodate more guests and boat trailers. In addition, a new ADA accessible floating paddling dock is under construction. While every effort is being made to minimize the disruption to our guests, please expect construction noise and work vehicles in the park. Construction is generally limited to between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday. We apologize for the inconvenience!
Bass, crappie, catfish and bream! The Creek is filled with fish for you to catch!
Fisheating Creek is a favorite spot for local anglers who want to catch really big bass – and lots of them. Whether you’re bank fishing near the campground or on a canoe float/fishing trip from either Burnt Bridge or Ingram’s Crossing, you’ll likely see plenty of action.
March is the busiest month for hunting, with excellent spring turkey hunts, including a supervised youth turkey hunt. Except for special-opportunity spring turkey hunts, hunting is only permitted west of U.S. 27. Hunting conditions and boat access depend on water levels, which vary considerably. All hunts except small game require quota permits. Check the regulations summary and hunt calendar before you visit.