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Fish eating creek outpost - april 12th -14th
Get away from it all
The name Fisheating Creek is derived from the Creek Thlothlopopka-hatchee meaning "the creek where fish are eaten." Early inhabitants, known as the Belle Glade people, began building mounds and other earthworks along the banks of Fisheating Creek between 1000 and 500 BCE. They subsisted by netting fish and harvesting turtles, snakes, and alligators. For these early people the creek was also a canoe highway leading to Lake Okeechobee and its resources to the east and other settlements to the west.
Discover the relaxing atmosphere and the real Florida at Fisheating Creek Outpost! Here, you can enjoy nature up-close with camping, paddling, fishing and hiking along one of the most pristine creeks in Florida.
Paddle the cypress swamps, fish the creek and hike through hardwood forests where you'll see a variety of wildlife, including alligators, turtles, deer, birds and raptors.
THis is our last campout of this school year!
SO PLEASE SIGN UP EARLY. CLICK THE BUTTON AND CHOOSE YOUR NUMBER OF CAMPERS.