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The Pine Log Primitive Campsites are in Pine Log State Forest (Washington County), about 14 miles north of Panama City Beach, FL. These primitive campsites are dispersed along Pine Log Creek and do not have water, electric or restrooms available. Recreational activities featured here are: fishing, hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, swimming, bird watching, wildlife viewing and photography.
Natural Features
Acquired in 1936, Pine Log State Forest was Florida's first state forest and is named for Pine Log Creek, which runs through the forest. This forest is approximately 7,000 acres and is comprised of various natural communities including sand hills, flatwoods, Cypress ponds and titi swamps, which are home to a diverse mixture of indigenous animal and plant species. For further information about Pine Log State Forest, please Click Here.
Pine Log State Forest has campgrounds, day-use areas and recreational trails that offers many activities for the outdoor enthusiast, including camping, horseback riding, birding, wildlife viewing, photography, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, fishing, and hunting. Please note that the trails are designated hiking only, hiking and biking only, and horseback riding only. This forest is part of the Florida Scenic Trail and Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail. Get outdoors and explore the recreational opportunities at Pine Log State Forest; for further information please Click Here.
Pavilion, fishing piers, swimming area, picnic areas, hiking/biking trails
Nearby Attractions
Panama City Beach, Shipwreck Island, Gulf World, Zoo World, Ebro Greyhound Park

Pine Log Primitive Campsites camping trips are easy to plan with ReserveAmerica. Pine Log Primitive Campsites campground reservations can be made online. Click one of the links below to see available campsites at Pine Log Primitive Campsites or day pass availability.