Camping on Wildlife Management Areas


Camping on Wildlife Management Areas

Make your camping reservations through FWC’s convenient online reservation system for the campgrounds listed below. 

With some exceptions, camping is generally very primitive and seasonal. Camping seasons, rules, permits and fees vary from site to site.


Reserve a Camp Site


Apalachicola River Wildlife and Environmental Area

Big Bend Saltwater Paddling Trail

Dinner Island Wildlife Management Area

Escribano Point Wildlife Management Area

John C. and Mariana Jones/Hungryland Wildlife Management Area


The FWC offers a full service campground on the Fisheating Creek WMA in Glades County. Reservations are offered through the Fisheating Creek Outpost External Website, which provides high quality service to campers and paddlers as well as interpretive programs.

Additional camping opportunities are available on the following FWC lead wildlife management areas. These camping sites are not available in the online registration system at this time. For information, follow the link to Camping for each area.

Locate the WMA of your choice to learn more about camping and other activities, as well as wildlife and their habitats, hunting seasons, history and more.



FWC Facts:
Burrowing owls live as single breeding pairs or in loose colonies consisting of two or more families. Unlike most owls, burrowing owls are active during both day and night.

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