30290 Josie Billie Hwy, PMB 1002 Clewiston, Florida 33440



Nestled in the tranquil and scenic Florida Everglades, the Big Cypress RV Resort is located on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation. Owned and operated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the full-service resort offers visitors both grassy and paved RV sites with full hook-ups, tents and air-conditioned cabins.

Enjoy the wonders of the Florida Everglades while you relax under an authentic chickee hut. You can take advantage of nearby attractions including Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, Big Cypress Rodeo Grounds, and Billie Swamp Safari.

Resort Info:

  • Open Year Round, Full Hookups, Paved Sites, Tent Sites, Pull-through Sites, Back in RV Sites, Spacious Sites, Amp Service, Propane/Dump Station, Cabin Rentals, Wi-Fi, General Store, Pet Friendly (RV sites only)


  • Heated Pool, Clubhouse, Internet, Exercise Machines, Miniature Golf, Shuffleboard, Basketball Court, Bocce, Ball Court, Horseshoes, Laundry Facilities, Dog Run

RV Sites

  • Paved Sites, Amp Service (20/30/50), Full Hookups (sewer, water, and electric), Propane/Dump Station, Centrally located Wi-Fi, Pool (Heated), General Store, Group Facilities, Laundry Facilities, BBQ Grill & Picnic Table

Tent Sites

Enjoy the beautiful western prairie of the Florida Everglades the way it was meant to be. The fishing here is great. We offer water and electric sites for our nature lovers.


VIP Cabin
- has a full kitchen, bath and all the amenities including satellite TV
Deluxe Cabin - has a full kitchen, 1 bedroom, bath, bunks, living area, satellite TV & linens provided - sleeps 5
Basic Cabin - has a bath, microwave, mini-fridge, coffee pot, and toaster. All linens are provided.


  • Heated Pool, Clubhouse, Internet, Exercise Machines, Miniature Golf, Shuffleboard, Basketball Court, Bocce Ball Court, Horseshoes, Laundry Facilities, Outdoor Pool Tables



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