CAMPING AT ROOKERY BAY
The Reserve’s 110,000 acres provide campers with access to one of the few remaining undisturbed mangrove estuaries in North America. Primitive camping is allowed in designated locations within the reserve. Review the guidelines and safety tips to ensure your next camping trip is memorable.
- Primitive camping is allowed in “Designated Areas” marked with [tent icon] on the map above.
- Designated camping locations include: Dickman’s Point, Gullivan Key, White Horse Key, Hog Key, and Camp Lulu.
- Permits or reservations not required. Sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Visitors found camping in locations that are not designated for this use may be asked to leave by FWC or other law enforcement entity.
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Guided Boat Tours
Discover Rookery Bay’s extraordinary wildlife on one of our naturalist guided kayak tours. Two-hour guided kayak tours let you explore backwater bays and mangrove forests and provide opportunities to see wildlife such as wading birds, osprey, fish and dolphins.