Collier-Seminole State Park

Home to a 7,271-acre wilderness preserve located in the mangrove forest, the preserve is a prime example of how this region looked before the arrival of the first European explorers. A limited number of visitors are allowed to visit the preserve each day by canoe. It is a 13.5-mile canoe trip through the preserve, which offers primitive camping for overnight stays. Campers wishing to camp overnight at the preserve must supply their own vessel. The park has 120 additional campsites.

Trail Map

See where this trail will take you, start to finish.

Amenities

Activities

Bicycle Trails, Bicycling, Birding, Boating, Camping, Canoeing, Hiking, Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Shuffleboard, Swamp Walks

Amenities

Boat Ramp, Boat Ramp, Bus Parking, Campfires Permitted, Covered Pavilion, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Grills, Grills, Group/Youth Camping, Hot showers, Ice, Multilingual Staff, Number of Sites: 120, Parking, Pay Phones, Pay Phones, Picnic Area, Picnic Area, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Playground, Restrooms, Showers, Showers, Tables, Tables

Camping Type

Primitive Camping, RV Sites, Tent Sites

Disabled Traveler Information

ADA Compliant, ADA Picnic Tables, Handicapped Parking, Ramps, Wheelchair-accessible Phones

Hours of Operation

Hours: 8 a.m. - sunset, Open Year-Round

Location

Riverfront