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DuPuis Management Area 22500 SW Kanner Highway Canal Point, FL 33438
DuPuis Campground is part of the South Florida Management District. The roads in and out of DuPuis are in good condition and big rig friendly.
NOTE: This is a DRY CAMPING location with potable water and dump station on site
The DuPuis Management Area is a 21,875-acre multi-use natural area located in northwestern Palm Beach and southwestern Martin counties. The property is interspersed with numerous ponds, wet prairies, cypress domes, pine flatwoods and remnant Everglades marsh. The area provides miles of hiking and horseback trails, an equestrian center, graded vehicle roads, backpack and group campsites and seasonal hunting. DuPuis is far from urban areas, and its dark night sky lends itself to excellent stargazing.
Individual showers (note: lockable private rooms with hot water and great water pressure)
Potable water stations
On equestrian side: 2 barns and pens for horses
During our stay which was in mid-December, the campground was pretty full. That being said, everyone was spaced out and had plenty of privacy. Other campers kept to the quiet hours and we felt quite safe during our time there. The campground and its facilities are well maintained.
Other things to note:
Bugs were not an issue
Good Verizon and AT&T coverage with the ability to upload and download video with no issues
Plenty of sunny areas to camp for those that need solar but also many shaded areas.
OK to use generators
How to stay at DuPuis
It is free to stay for up to 8 days per permit (30 days limit district-wide), but you do need to create an account at the South Florida Management District website and request a Special Use License for your stay. After you have completed the request, a link to your Special Use License will be displayed for you to view or print. In addition, you will receive emails with the gate combination (if available) and a link to view or print your Special Use License.