St. Lucie South offers 21 sites, with a total of 4 different options to choose from. Single-family electric sites come in at $30 per evening, while electric group sites are available at $35 an evening. Both of these feature fire pits and picnic tables in addition to their electrical connections. For guests who can sleep on their water vessels, there are mooring sites available to rent at $30 an evening, where you can dock overnight while you enjoy camp amenities landside. If you're looking for something a little more primitive, tent specific sites without electrical or plumbing connections are available as well for a baseline price of $25 an evening. Canines are permitted here, provided they're on some sort of restraint, steer clear of indoor public spaces, and spend the evening in their owner's tent or camper.
St Lucie South's primary attraction is its northwestern border, which it shares with the St. Lucie Canal. The campground offers a boat ramp and courtesy dock in addition to its waterside camping amenities. If you're a guest looking to bring a boat, make sure you've got up-to-date registrations for your vessel. Use best practices if you're bringing a canine along, and make sure to keep them clear of indoor spaces like marinas or dockside restrooms.
Fishing is also available here, provided you bring your equipment and possess a Florida state fishing license. If you've got Fido with you for your fishing trip, make sure they refrain from bothering other guests.
If you're more of a land lover, you can trek the St. Lucie Nature Trail that runs along the northern side of the canal. For more information, make sure to check out the Florida State Parks website.
Any costs are seen here reflect prices for the St. Lucie South campgrounds only and do not reflect additional fees for surrounding attractions.