Pinecrest Group Campground

Ochopee, Florida

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Overview

Pinecrest Campground offers four group campsites that provide a nice, quiet and relaxing atmosphere. This is a wonderful location for a group to start their south Florida adventure.

Recreation

Pinecrest offers access to recreational activities such as paddling, hiking, birding, fishing, and hunting with proper licensure.

Facilities

This campground is for primitive group use camping only. Picnic tables and fire rings are available at each site. There are no covered picnic areas, toilets, hookups, or water. Minimal shade is provided by surrounding trees.

Natural Features

Situated alongside Loop Road the campground is located in a clearing and surrounded by pine and oak trees.

Nearby Attractions

Located on historic Loop Road this campground is close to the Miccosukee Cultural Center, Oasis Visitor Center, and Shark Valley.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Bike through Shark Valley

    The Shark Valley loop allows you to experience a peaceful bike ride and close encounters with wildlife found in the Everglades. This paved trail takes about 2-3 hours to complete and includes an observation tower with quite a view.Fill up or purch...

    15 miles

  • Hike through Shark Valley

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    15 miles

  • Hike the Gator Hook Trail

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