Camping Reservation System
(Must use Google Chrome)

Recreational Activities Matrix

How to search for and reserve a campsite

Important note before beginning: The campsite reservation system is designed to be utilized in Google Chrome. Please make sure you are using Chrome.

Before you can search for and reserve a campsite, you must first set up a free account by clicking this link. (Once you click on the link, look for the ‘Sign up’ link in the top right of the page.)

Once you have created your free account, you can then search for and reserve campsites managed by the Northwest Florida Water Management District.

Below are two step-by-step guides to assist you:

Step-by-Step Instructions: How to make a camping reservation. (Note: Must use Google Chrome)

Step-by-Step Instructions: How to view, cancel camping reservations. (Note: Must use Google Chrome)

Updated list of closures

Closures of recreation sites will always be posted on this page.

What can you do on District Lands?

Canoeing, hiking, fishing, hunting, camping, cycling,

horseback riding, bird-watching, and more!

The Northwest Florida Water Management District manages more than 212,000 acres of land for public access in the Florida panhandle.

In recent years, we have enhanced and expanded the recreational opportunities at all District-owned lands throughout our 16-county region. Activities at each location are compatible with natural resources protection and intended land use priorities.

We invite you to explore recreational opportunities on your public lands. The recreation section of our website is packed with information on lands available for public use and access – as well as maps, descriptions, GPS coordinates, and contact information.


Use of District lands is free of charge but we gladly accept donations for lands maintenance and management. For Donation.