St. Lucie Campground provides a relaxing camping experience on the St. Lucie Canal, part of the 152 mile Okeechobee Waterway that spans South Florida from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. Campers can enjoy watching boats and the occasional manatee pass through the St Lucie Lock while sitting under the warm Florida sun.
The St. Lucie South Campground offers waterfront RV and tent sites, plus cruiser sites for boat campers. All RV and cruiser sites have 50 amp electric and water hookups. A trailer dump station is on site for your convenience A family-friendly visitor center, group picnic shelter, horseshoe pit and a swing set are onsite to entertain the group.
As of September 15, 2021 cash and checks will no longer be accepted for in-person payments, All payments will now be with a credit/debit card.
Campground access gate opens at 6:00 a.m. and closes at Sunset.
Boaters in cruiser sites (B1-B8) must sleep on their boat; no tent or RV camping allowed
Assistive mobility devices, such as a powered wheel chair, electric scooter, or golf cart, are permitted for use by individuals with mobility impairments for necessary transportation within the campgrounds. Individual must provide one of the following: a valid, State-issued disability parking placard or card, State-issued proof of disability, or similar document.
Campsites have maximum occupancy of 8 people per site
Group Shelter is for day use only, no camping allowed. Group size at this time is a maximum of 25 people
Tropical vegetation surrounds the campground, which is about 25 miles east of Lake Okeechobee, the second largest freshwater lake in the United States. The lake is 451,000 acres and on average only 9 feet deep.
The Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge is recommended for visitors who are interested in the many species of birds in the area. The city of Stuart is just down the road with restaurants and shopping. Sandy beaches located on nearby Hutchison Island make for a fun days trip to the Atlantic Ocean. Nearby Fort Pierce is home to the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum.
Hike the St. Lucie Nature Trail on the north side of the canal, or spend the day fishing and boating on the St Lucie Canal and the south fork of the St. Lucie River.
2170 SW CANAL STEET STUART FL 34997
2170 SW CANAL STREET STUART FL 34994
For campground inquiries, please call: 772-287-1382
From I-95, take Exit 101 (Stuart/Indiantown), following SR 76 W for 0.5 miles to Locks Road. Turn right onto Locks Road for 1.3 miles to SW Canal Street and turn left into the campground.