Welcome to the Torry Island Campground and Marina
Belle Glade, Florida
Torry Island Campground & Marina located in western Palm Beach County near Belle Glade on the southern shores of Lake Okeechobee would like to welcome you and your family to the second largest fresh water lake within the continental United States. As our guest you will enjoy a fun-filled camping and outdoor adventure on Lake Okeechobee’s 640 acre “Island Jewel” which is rich with wildlife and historical treasures that offers an array of natural wonders and recreational activities for the outdoor enthusiast. With its unique ecosystem, the Island offers campers and guest premium full-hook up campsites, security gates, Children’s playground, laundry facilities, covered pavilions, a six lane boat ramp with ample parking and a bait/tackle store for all your fishing needs.
Anglers and boaters will have direct boating access to America’s Bass Fishing Capitol of the World that only Torry Island offers. Be sure to bring your binoculars for ample bird watching such as bald eagles, osprey, snail kites, roseate spoonbills, blue-winged teal and many more as you hike or bike along the famous Herbert Hoover Dike that surrounds the lake. Golfers, bring your clubs and play a round of golf at Sugarcane which is the only course located on the shores of Lake O. If you enjoy picnics with family and friends, the Campground offers covered pavilions lined along the Rim Canal and while relaxing, you’ll see local anglers fishing for big bass and pan fish or watch as the historical Torry Island swing bridge opens and closes allowing sailboats to cross the Okeechobee Waterway or simply cast a line from shore while enjoying your day.
The management staff on the Island are committed to making your stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible and are available 7 days a week. For added convenience, limited campers may be rented out with prior reservations as well as Professional bass fishing charter service and Air boat tours.
Torry Island Campground & Marina is located 45 miles west of the Palm Beaches and the Atlantic Ocean off of Highway 441, 80 miles north of Miami and 90 miles east of Ft. Myers and the Gulf of Mexico via U.S. 27. To reach us by phone, just call 561-996-6322 or book your campsite online.
Our Island is your Island, so stop by and be our guest, as you enjoy the natural beauty of the Everglades on Lake Okeechobee’s “Island Jewel”.