Terry Tomalin Campground
- Alcoholic beverages
- Smoking or vaping
- Fishing or hunting
- Gasoline-powered generators
- Feeding or harassing wildlife
- Outside firewood. Firewood is available for purchase at Hammock Hall.
The following are NOT permitted in the campground:
Thank you for observing common courtesy and park rules while visiting this unique St. Petersburg public facility.
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- Osprey's Roost
- Day & Overnight Rentals
- 3 Miles of Trails & Boardwalks
- Five Unique Ecosystems
About the Terry Tomalin Campground
The preserve has recently undergone improvements to enhances visitors' experiences, including the new Terry Tomalin Campground, St. Pete's first public primitive family campground; Hammock Hall, a multipurpose building to provide rental space and programming opportunities; and a trail expansion. The 12-site campground's name honors the late Terry Tomalin, a former Tampa Bay Times outdoors writer who supported the preserve through several service projects.
The campground is open to both individuals and groups.
For reservations, please contact the preserve for more information at (727) 893-7326.