We’re starting a new feature: We want to be your concierge to the Florida outdoors. Send us your questions. We’ll try to answer them and we’ll ask our readers to offer suggestions too. First question: Where can I go primitive camping in Central Florida?
I wait all year to enjoy Florida’s winters, and not just for the cooler weather. It’s also the peak time to spot amazing wildlife. One spectacular Florida scene worth seeing and hearing is a flock of migrating sandhill cranes.
This public park is spread over 900 acres on five interconnected islands with seven miles of waterfront, including three miles of award-winning beaches .Nearly half of the 233 campsites in the campground are waterfront, allowing you to launch your kayak or canoe from your site.