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Friends of Highlands Hammock State Park

HAMmock Inn CAMP Store

Upcoming Events

Come visit us at the Hammock Inn Camp Store.

Hammock Inn Camp Store Hours: 

Sunday - Saturday  9 am to 5 pm

Summer Hours : May - October

Tuesday - Thursday  10 am to 4 pm

Friday - Sunday  9 am to 5 pm

We are located in the picnic loop across from the museum.

The camp store is operated by the CSO.  100% of the proceeds stay in the park.

In store we offer a variety of items:

Camping Supplies

Cornhole Rentals








Walking Sticks & more 

Make sure you try our famous Sour Orange Ice Cream!

Tram Tours 

The tram tour is a fully narrated tour, generally running one hour, and gives visitors the unique opportunity of viewing wildlife close-up and several major ecosystems, some of which are in restricted areas of the park.

Tram Tour Pricing

$13.95 + tax per adult.

$9.30 + tax per child between the ages of 6 – 12 years.

Free 5 years & under.

  • Tours run daily at 11 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. November - May.  
  • Reserved Trams are available at 9:00 a.m. daily. Prior arrangements need to be made with Hammock Inn staff.
  • Holiday schedule may differ; please contact the Hammock Inn for details.


Bike Rentals

Bike rentals are available in person at the Hammock Inn Camp Store.

First come first served.  No reservations.  


Standard Bike $5 + tax per hr.

Specialty Bike $7 + tax per hr.

  • Bike rentals by adults over the age of 18 only.  
  • Helmets included.

All riders 16 years old and under are required by Florida Law to wear a helmet.

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The Friends of Highlands Hammock State Park is a non-profit corporation which functions as a citizen support organization (CSO) regulated by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

Friends of Highlands Hammock

Hammock Inn Camp Store

5932 Hammock Rd.

Sebring,  FL  33872



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The Friends of Highlands Hammock State Park, a non-profit corporation 501(c)(3), is a Citizen Support Organization (CSO) regulated by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.  

Most 501(c)(3) non-profit donations are considered to be tax deductible contributions by the Internal Revenue Service.

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