Visit These Fish Camps In Florida For The Perfect Laid-Back Getaway
If you want to experience Old Florida charm (and a great catch), these fish camps in Florida offer the perfect blend of relaxation and recreation. If you’re looking for a five-star hotel, look elsewhere. Staying in a fish camp is closer to, well, camping. Even if you don’t want to fish, the campsites and cabins offer tranquil waterfront views of wildlife. It’s the perfect no-frills, no-fuss way to get away from it all. Side note: make sure to get your fishing license before you go, if you haven’t already. Get more info here.
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Address: 1400 Grape Hammock Rd, Lake Wales, FL 33898, USA
Address: 10811 N Coveview Terrace, Crystal River, FL 34428, USA
Address: 440 Shell Island Rd, St Marks, FL 32355, USA
Address: 33000 Overseas Hwy, Big Pine Key, FL 33043, USA
Address: 14900 Camp Mack Rd, Lake Wales, FL 33898, USA
Address: 3417 Co Rd 421, Lake Panasoffkee, FL 33538, USA
Address: 920 E Del Monte Ave, Clewiston, FL 33440, USA
Address: 144 Norton's Fish Camp Rd, Satsuma, FL 32189, USA
Address: 2325 NE Indian River Dr, Jensen Beach, FL 34957, USA
Address: 1675 Camp South Moon Rd, Astor, FL 32102, USA
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Fish Camps In Florida
October 19, 2020
What are the most unique vacation getaways in Florida?
There are tons of beautiful and unique places to stay in Florida even if you’re only looking for one night away. Outside of the above-mentioned fish camps, there are plenty of other outdoor places to rest your head for the night. For instance, these 10 spots let you camp right on the beach! Meanwhile, you can also check out this floating cabin in the Florida Keys to spend a night or two.
What are the oldest lakes in Florida?
If you’re sifting through options for relaxing getaway spots in Florida and can’t quite figure out where to go, then why not try a Florida lake? There is nothing like camping right along the water’s edge, waking up with the sun, and spending the afternoon fishing and hiking. The highest and oldest lake system in Florida is Kingsley Lake, located in North Central Florida.
Where can I find the largest lake in Florida?
When you’re hunting for places to go fishing in Florida, why not go big? The biggest freshwater lake in the state is Lake Okeechobee, clocking in at 448,000-acres in size. Not only is this lake the largest in the state, but it’s also the fourth largest in the entire country! Check out more about how serene Lake Okeechobee in Florida actually is.