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Phipps Park Campground

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About Phipps Park Campground

The Phipps Park Campground is a scenic location along the Okeechobee Waterway. Stretching out 55 acres, along with being a campground, it’s also a conservation area. At the campground, visitors can take advantage of both fresh and saltwater fishing, and it’s open year-round. Many campsites at Phipps Park in Stuart, Florida, also offer waterfront views.

All of the RV sites at the Phipps Park Campground are equipped with electric 20/30/50-amp service. There’s water and sewer, and each RV site also has a fire ring and picnic table.

Campground amenities include a fishing pier and boat ramp, a boat dock, and picnic pavilions. There are on-site restrooms and showers with hot water, laundry facilities, and waterfront pathways and boardwalks to enjoy native Florida wildlife. There’s also firewood available for sale, which you can buy when you make a reservation at the campground, or you can request it while you’re there in the front office.

The public can visit the park itself, and if you’re camping there, you’re provided with a gate code to enter and exit after hours.

The Adventure Tents at the Phipps Park campground provide an opportunity to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle in Martin County. The Adventure Tent sites include a 10×10 canvas tent with screens for insect protection, a grill and picnic table, water views, and a fire pit. There are also ADA tents available. The Adventure Tent sites don’t have electricity, water, or Wi-Fi. There’s no vehicle access to the Adventure Tent sites either. Visitors should plan to bring either solar or battery-powered equipment when renting these tents.

There are 58 waterfront sites for RVs at Phipps Park and 41 interior sites, making up a total of 99 RV sites. They’re equipped with services, and you can book the sites online. Visitors are required to make reservations at least 24 hours before their arrival. There’s a 90-day limit per year for RV camping.

Phipps Park has undergone several phases of renovations over recent years. Before the renovation, there was a steep shoreline with no access to the waterway. Now, there’s full waterway access, a paved hiking trail, and two docks that are part of the park.

There are opening and closing hours for the front gate of the park, which campers should be aware of. The campsites have to stay in neat, orderly condition. You can’t store RVs, boats, or trailers overnight unless you have an active overnight camping permit and the registered camper is physically there. Campers are required to provide proof of registration for all trailers and vehicles if requested, and there are quiet hours in the park every evening. If you’re renting a space in the park, you’re required to pay in advance, and no smoking is allowed within 50 feet of any buildings.

Campsites are able to hold a maximum of six people each; if you need more space, you have to rent another site. There’s a limit of two pets per campsite, and they must be kept on the site itself or a leash. Pets aren’t allowed in the Adventure Tents area.

The campground and park are part of the Leave No Trace program, so visitors are expected to clean up after themselves and take anything out of the park they brought in.

Located near the Florida Turnpike, the campground is very accessible via I-95. It’s close to the St. Lucie Locks for both fresh and saltwater fishing, and it’s also near some of the area’s best beaches.

Phipps Park Campground provides a good location to explore the rest of Martin County, including the historic downtown of Stuart, the eco-friendly sea turtle adventures, and the many museums and cultural venues.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Phipps Park Campground

There is a boat ramp and boat dock at Phipps Park Campground. The boat ramp was fully renovated in 2019.

Photos of Phipps Park are available on the Martin County website. You can also find guest and visitor photos on Facebook and TripAdvisor.

You can rent an RV site at Phipps Park or stay in one of the canvas adventure tents.

You can make reservations for Phipps Park on the Martin County website. You can also contact them directly by phone.

Open

6:00 am - 7:30 pm

  • Monday

    6:00 am - 7:30 pm
  • Tuesday

    6:00 am - 7:30 pm
  • Wednesday

    6:00 am - 7:30 pm
  • Thursday

    6:00 am - 7:30 pm
  • Friday

    6:00 am - 7:30 pm
  • Saturday

    6:00 am - 7:30 pm
  • Sunday

    6:00 am - 7:30 pm
  • Local time

    June 20, 2024 10:55 am

Phipps Park Campground Amenities

  • Boat Docks
  • Kid Friendly
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Parking Available
  • Restrooms (Public)
  • Showers

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