Photo by David White

Photo by David White

Photo by David White – 


Two primitive camps are located at different locations along the orange trail. These camps are only accessible by foot, horseback or mountain bike. They are pack in/pack out tent camps and do not have water, electricity or restrooms. The nearest camp is three miles from the parking area where your vehicle will be left. Reservations must be made in advance and primitive camping fees apply.


Three primitive youth camp sites are available for organized youth groups. Each site accommodates up to 20 people. The camp is nestled in an oak hammock with a fair amount of shade. The sites are designed for tents and one small supply trailer per group. Pets other than service animals are not permitted. The primitive camp has no running water or electricity. Each site offers two picnic tables, lantern holders and a campfire ring with benches. Campsites share one portable toilet. One adult chaperone 21 years of age or older is required per 10 children. Reservations are required and can be made up to 11 months in advance by calling the park at (863) 815-6761.