John Prince Park Campground – Lake Worth

Lorea Thomson
Posted by Lorea Thomson
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John Prince Park is a peaceful, beautiful preserve and lots of fun for the whole family. If you, are you looking for something fun to do with the family this upcoming Spring try camping! Stay at a campsite nestled throughout the John Prince Park’s 48-acre campground.

John Prince Park Campground is a County-operated campground located within John Prince Park. The park and campground are situated in Lake Worth. Lake Worth is in the heart of Palm Beach County and the campground is perfectly located to provide easy access to many fun and family-friendly activities for the weekend get-away, a staycation, or long-term stay. John Prince Park Campground contains a playground, bocci ball court, horseshoes, dog-exercise path, and three community fire pits with barbeque grills. The campground offers a boat ramp for access to Lake Osborne. The ramp is located within the campground, the other ramps are located on the north side of John Prince Park. Sidewalks and a pedestrian bridge provide bike and walking access to John Prince Park. 

John Prince Park Campground provides easy access to Lake Osborne, one of the largest freshwater lakes in Palm Beach County, for fishing and water-based recreation as well as many recreation activities in John Prince Park itself, including a dog park, splashpad waterpark, tennis courts, and more!

Friendly campground staff are available year-round in the campground office to answer any questions you may have about your stay in John Prince Park Campground.

The John Prince Park RV campgrounds come complete with amenities including: 30/50-amp service on all 265 camp sites. Four restrooms and shower buildings. Firewood available for purchase. Paved sites. Ice sold at campground office. 24-hour monitored security gates.

The area is the perfect place to launch your boat from the boat ramp and enjoy a fun-filled day with friends and family on beautiful Lake Osborne. You can also enjoy bird watching and other animal sightings while exploring the gorgeous 726-acre park or a quiet dinner for two or a group barbeque.



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