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Highland Park Fish Camp Florida Old School

Highland Park Fish Camp

We visited Highland Park Fish Camp some time ago, where Fishing is a Tradition! 

Highland Park Fish Camp is a Behind Deland Florida hidden Gem and is proudly frozen in time – it’s the way “old Florida” used to be, before theme parks arrived on the landscape.

In 2022, they celebrate their 60th anniversary. Congratulations.

With the Largemouth Bass and Blue Gills are biting year round. This rustic destination has updated conveniences over the years, but nature has been preserved. Highland Park Fish Camp is an authentic haven carved out of the wilderness and the perfect place for the fisherman, the family that loves camping.

They feature log cabins, pontoon boats and an area for a wedding or other festivities.

Photo by Jeff Stolowitz
Osprey Jeff Stolowitz
Photo by Jeff Stolowitz

Highland Park Fish Camp is a 30 acre gem located on the Norris Dead River, a portion of the St. Johns River that is neatly situated on the boundaries of Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge, a 23,000 acre preserve that has been left untouched by development. It is a nature lover’s paradise that has been left natural, unlike the growth and development of Central Florida, but only five miles from the center of historic Downtown DeLand where there is plenty of unique restaurants and shops to enjoy.

Highland Park Fish Camp
2640 W. Highland Park Road
Hours 6am – 5pm
Deland, Fl 32720

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