The Long Pine Key Campground at Everglades National Park in Florida reopened Thursday (Dec. 19) and features newly paved roads, campsites and parking.

The campground, which is seven miles from the main park entrance in Homestead, will be open until April 15, the Sun Sentinel of Fort Lauderdale reported.

It has 108 drive-up sites for tents and recreational vehicles, one group site and a nearby picnic area with fire grates and rest rooms. Camping fees are $16 a night, $8 for seniors (U.S. citizens 62 and older) and access pass holders and $30 for the group site. Sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not accepted except for group camping (minimum 10 people).

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