Redlands Acre Campground

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$40.00 USD per night, starting at.

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19250 SW 334th St, Homestead, FL, 33034

Come and visit Redlands Acre Campground located 1 min away from Robert is here fruit stand, who sells the most famous delicious smoothies, milkshakes, and fresh produce. A home away from home, where you can sit back, relax and feel the sun. Enjoy the privacy, shade and fruits when in season on the many organic Banana, Lychee, Mangos, and Orange trees the property has to offer. Whether you’re here for business or pleasure, you’ve come to the right place. Redlands Acre Campground offers maximum convenience at competitive fares. 

Last Updated: 04/07/2022

Primitive RV Site

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Primitive Rv Site $40.00 $280.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Site

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Primitive Tent Site $40.00 $280.00 Choose Your Site

Trash Debris

Campers must clean up site before departure or agree to be charged a minimum clean up fee of $50.00 and a maximum of $250.00.

Big Rig Friendly

Community BBQ/Grill

Pet Friendly

Pets Allowed

Community Restrooms

Fire Pit

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19250 SW 334th St, Homestead, FL, 33034
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A few popular places to visit is Florida Keys Outlet Mall consisting of 43 stores - 8 mins away, Schnebly Redland’s Winery & Brewery restaurant & tavern showcasing beers & wines with tropical fruit flavors, plus a tasting room - 9 mins away, Everglades Alligator Farm featuring a lush setting for viewing snakes, gators, caimans & crocodiles plus an airboat tour - 9 mins away, Everglades National Park with tropical wetlands offering up-close views of gators, crocs, birds & more plus a 2-hour tram tour - 12 mins away, Coral Castle Museum outdoor garden with sculptures hand-carved by one man from more than 1,000 tons of coral- 14 mins away, Knaus Berry Farm a celebrated farm shop that offers a range of traditional homemade baked goods, ice cream, desserts & more - 18 mins away, Biscayne National Park bayside park offering diving & snorkeling coral reef, boating & fishing, camping, gallery, museum - 20 mins away, John Pennekamp Coral Reek from glass bottom boat tours to snorkel and dive trips, young and old alike can marvel at the breath taking beauty of natures own "underwater garden” - 34 mins away, etc. We hope you enjoy your stay and will book again soon! 

Overall Rating: 4.0

Randy Neilson

Very nice family welcomed us into their backyard campground. She even allowed us to plug in to the house 120V system (although someone unplugged us during the night). We have a 37 ft. 5th wheel and it was a tight squeeze getting in there and have the scratches to show for it. I would avoid this place if your trailer is over 30 feet. OK for an overnight stay.