Oakland Park, Florida
Broward County's first inland regional park, 46.6-acre Easterlin Park, is known for its heavily wooded 55-site campground. Other amenities include a covered playground, a one-mile nature trail through a cypress forest, a scenic lake, volleyball, an 18-hole disc golf course, horseshoes, and one medium picnic shelter (capacity 50) with grills, water, electricity, and picnic tables. The campground has 45 full hookup (water, 20/30/40/50 amps, and sewer) RV sites, and 10 tent sites (six of the tent sites have water and electric). Each RV site has a picnic table and grill. All tent sites have picnic tables, grills, and fire rings. There are two shower facilities within the campground.
From I-95, head west on Commercial Blvd. to Powerline Rd. Take a left and head south to Park Avenue West (N.W. 38th Street) and take a right turn heading west. Go over the railroad tracks and take your first left into the park.
50 Amp Service