Easterlin Park Campground is located approximately 10 miles from Coral Springs, Florida. It is a designated urban wilderness area with 100-foot-tall cypress trees as old as 250 years. A quick drive will put you at the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean or smack in the middle of downtown Fort Lauderdale.
The Great Florida Wildlife Trail is a statewide trail system with about 2,000 miles of walking trails that showcase more than 515 bird habitats throughout Florida, and Easterlin Park Campground is a part of that. Bird lovers from around the world flock here for glimpses of the wildlife. Being in proximity to Fort Lauderdale and the beach, there is no want for something fun to do.
“We thoroughly enjoyed our short stay at Easterlin Park Campground, except for the trains. The staff was excellent, we loved the fact that there were a ton of trees in the majority of the sites, and it was exceptionally quiet, except for the trains.” – Love to travel 2, RVparkreviews