Fisheating Creek Outpost is located a good distance from the large cities on both Florida coasts. Our remoteness allows us to share with you one of the few remaining wild areas north of the Everglades. You can expect to see wildlife. When you arrive, check in with our Camp Store staff with any questions you have.
We have camping, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, swimming and scouting adventures at Fisheating Creek. Fishing is always popular, and during the season, hunting on the Wildlife Management Area is allowed.
Discover more about what you can do in the surrounding area by visiting VisitGlades.org
You can reserve a campsite through the Book Now buttons above or by emailing email@example.com and providing the date of your arrival, number of nights you’ll be staying, whether you’ll be tenting or bringing an RV and a phone number. You can also call us at 863-675-5999.
We accept cash and major credit cards.
Well behaved pets are permitted in some areas of the campground. They are not allowed in the buildings, the cabin, swimming, bathing and food service areas. Pets must be confined, leashed or otherwise under physical control at all times. All pets must be registered with the office and a copy of updated vaccines on file. Service animals are welcome in all areas.
Yes, we’re open 365 days a year, including ALL holidays. Summers can be hot so plan on spending time on the beautiful Fisheating Creek to keep cool. In Southwest Florida our winters are warm but there will be a few days in January when the mercury dips to 40 degrees at night so bring warm clothes if you are visiting during winter months.
Alcohol (beer, wine, liquor) may be consumed at your campsite. We do not sell alcoholic beverages. Please drink responsibly. Drunken behavior that disrupts the peace or endangers others will be reported to the Glades County Sheriff’s Department and/or FWC Law Enforcement.
Campfires are allowed in the fire rings. You may purchase firewood or bring your own pre-cut firewood. As Fisheating Creek is within a Wildlife Management Area, you may not take any wood or cut any trees from the campground. Do not bring chain saws to cut wood.
Yes, you may swim at your own risk. Locals have been swimming in the creek for more than 100 years. You can also sunbathe and swim at the swimming hole, located at the north end of the campground. This is an ideal location for tent campers!
There is a day-use fee for all visiting or staying at Fisheating Creek as it is both a recreational park and a campground. Fisheating Creek Outpost is under contract to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to manage the campground.