Our Location

Keystone Heights

Camp Immokalee is located in the beautiful city of Keystone Heights, FL. The city was founded by Pennsylvanians who named it after their home state, the “Keystone State”. Residents began relocating here in the early 1920’s, and the city was chartered in April 1925.

Also known as the Lake Region of North Florida, Keystone Heights area offer a mild climate for outdoor activities; like camping and hiking; Along with over 30 beautiful lakes for fishing, and swimming. In this area, the karst terrain of limestone and sandy lake bottoms allows water to naturally seep from the lakes downward into the Floridian aquifer.

From Jacksonville

  • Take I-295 to Blanding/Fl-21 South towards Keystone Heights.
  • Continue South on Blanding/Fl-21 for 35 miles.
  • Turn right onto Immokalee Rd for 1.4 miles and Camp Immokalee is on the left.

From Gainesville

  • Take E University Ave/FL-26 East
  • Slight left to continue northeast on Fl-26 for 3.5 miles.
  • Turn right to continue on Fl-26 go east for 11.5 miles.
  • Turn left onto Fl-21 and proceed north for 8 miles.
  • Turn left onto Immokalee Rd for 1.4 miles and Camp Immoaklee is on the left.

From Orlando

  • Take Floridas Turnpike North and I-75 N to FL-326 E in Marion County.
  • Take exit 358 and head east from I-75 N for 2.6 miles.
  • Turn left onto US-301 and proceed North for 5.5 miles.
  • Slight right onto County Road 219A for 20.6 miles.
  • Turn right onto Fl-26 and head east for 1.4 miles
  • Turn left onto Fl-21 and proceed north for 8 miles.
  • Turn left onto Immokalee Rd for 1.4 miles and Camp Immoaklee is on the left.

From Miami

  • Take I-95 North to US-1 North, exit 273, for 13.3 miles
  • Turn right onto the Fl-100 and head west for 71.2 miles through Palatka.
  • Turn right onto Fl-21 for 1 mile.
  • Turn left onto Immokalee Rd for 1.4 miles and Camp Immoaklee is on the left.

Ecology

Along with aquatic features of the area, Keystone holds multiple ecosystems that fancy the curiosity of our new explorers. From the transitional marshlands near lakes, to the acres of flatwood pine and scrub, to the abundance of oak trees that blanket our grounds: our campus is sure to please the most inquisitive adventurers.