Florida houses eight stand-alone federal prisons and four federal prison camp. Each of these Florida federal prisons is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. In total, 8,687 inmates are housed inside federal prisons in Florida.

Florida Federal Prisons | Federal Prisons in Florida

Florida Federal Prisons by Security Level

High-Security Federal Prisons in Florida

  • USP Coleman 1 (Sumterville, FL)
  • USP Coleman 2 (Sumterville, FL)

 

Medium-Security Federal Prisons in Florida

  • FCI Coleman Medium (Sumterville, FL)
  • FCI Marianna (Marianna, FL)

 

Low-Security Federal Prisons in Florida

  • FCI Coleman Low (Sumterville, FL)
  • FCI Miami (Miami, FL)
  • FCI Tallahassee (Tallahassee, FL)

 

Minimum-Security Federal Prisons in Florida

  • FCI Coleman Camp (Sumterville, FL)
  • FCI Marianna Camp (Marianna, FL)
  • FCI Miami Camp (Miami, FL)
  • FPC Pensacola (Pensacola, FL)

 

Administrative-Security Federal Prisons in Florida

  • FDC Miami (Miami, FL)

 

Federal Prisons in Florida

USP Coleman 1

United States Penitentiary Coleman 1 (USP Coleman 1) is a high-security level federal prison located in Sumterville, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. USP Coleman 1 is a Medical Care Level 2/3 prison. It houses 1,066 male inmates.

 

USP Coleman 2

United States Penitentiary Coleman 2 (USP Coleman 2) is a high-security level federal prison located in Sumterville, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. USP Coleman 2 is a Medical Care Level 2/3 prison. It houses 1,099 male inmates.

 

FCI Coleman Medium

Federal Correctional Institution Coleman Medium (FCI Coleman Medium) is a medium-security level federal prison located in Sumterville, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FCI Coleman Medium is a Medical Care Level 2/3 prison. It houses 1,413 male inmates.

 

FCI Coleman Low

Federal Correctional Institution Coleman Low (FCI Coleman Low) is a low-security level federal prison located in Sumterville, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FCI Coleman Low is a Medical Care Level 2/3 prison. It houses 1,874 male inmates.

 

FCI Coleman Camp

Federal Correctional Institution Coleman Camp (FCI Coleman Camp) is a minimum-security level federal prison located in Sumterville, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FCI Coleman Camp is a Medical Care Level 2/3 prison. It houses 217 male inmates.

 

FCI Marianna

Federal Correctional Institution Marianna (FCI Marianna) is a medium-security level federal prison located in Marianna, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FCI Marianna is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 94 male inmates.

 

FCI Marianna Camp

Federal Correctional Institution Marianna Camp (FCI Marianna Camp) is a minimum-security level federal prison located in Marianna, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FCI Marianna Camp is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 94 female inmates.

 

FCI Miami

Federal Correctional Institution Miami (FCI Miami) is a low-security level federal prison located in Miami, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FCI Miami is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 786 male inmates.

 

FCI Miami Camp

Federal Correctional Institution Miami Camp (FCI Miami Camp) is a minimum-security level federal prison located in Miami, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FCI Miami Camp is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 212 male inmates.

 

FDC Miami

Federal Detention Center Miami (FDC Miami) is an administrative-security level federal prison located in Miami, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FDC Miami is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 1,031 male and female inmates.

 

FPC Pensacola

Federal Prison Camp Pensacola (FPC Pensacola) is a minimum-security level federal prison located in Pensacola, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FPC Pensacola is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 350 male inmates.

 

FCI Tallahassee

Federal Correctional Institution Tallahassee (FCI Tallahassee) is a low-security level federal prison located in Tallahassee, Florida. It is overseen by the Southeast Regional Office. FCI Tallahassee is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 825 female inmates.

 

List of Federal Prisons in Florida

There are eight stand-alone federal prisons in Florida and four federal prison camps. By clicking on the below links, you will be taken to each facility’s detailed profile, where you can learn about specific facility offerings, background, and contact details.

 

United States Penitentiary, Coleman I is a high-security federal prison in Coleman, Florida. It is located in Sumter County in the town of Sumterville, Florida. Situated on the Coleman Federal Correctional Complex, this facility is in central Florida, approximately 50 miles northwest of Orlando and 60 miles northeast of Tampa. The facility offers various services to inmates, such as health care, educational opportunities, and recreation programs. Inmates at the facility report significant violence and gang activity.

 

United States Penitentiary, Coleman II is a high-security federal prison in Coleman, Florida. It is in central Florida, approximately 50 miles northwest of Orlando and 60 miles northeast of Tampa. USP Coleman II is informally known as a special needs facility. While still a high-security federal prison, the facility houses many inmates convicted of sexual offenses and otherwise vulnerable inmates. Inmates report that gang activity and violence are relatively limited. USP Coleman II inmates must work in assigned prison work details and are encouraged to pursue educational, vocational, and self-enrichment through the many programs offered at the facility.

 

Federal Correctional Institution, Coleman Medium is a medium-security prison for male offenders located in Sumter County in Sumterville, Florida. Situated in the Coleman Federal Correctional Complex, this facility is in central Florida, approximately 50 miles northwest of Orlando and 60 miles northeast of Tampa. All inmates can pursue educational and self-enrichment programs while at FCI Coleman Medium, and every prisoner must hold a prison job. As with other Florida federal prisons, inmates can spend their wages at the facility’s commissary, where food, clothing, and personal hygiene items can be purchased.

 

Federal Correctional Institution, Coleman Low is a low-security prison for male offenders in Sumter County in the town of Sumterville, Florida. A part of the Coleman Federal Correctional Complex, this facility is in central Florida, approximately 60 miles northeast of Tampa and 50 miles northwest of Orlando. Although the perimeter is double-fenced, the staff-to-inmate ratio is lower than that of high-security institutions such as nearby USP Coleman I and II. Inmates are expected to participate in prison work details and pursue educational and self-improvement goals.

 

Federal Correctional Institution, Coleman Camp is a minimum-security prison camp for female inmates located in Sumter County in Sumterville. Part of the Coleman Federal Correctional Complex, this facility is located in central Florida, approximately 35 miles south of Ocala, 50 miles northwest of Orlando, and 60 miles northeast of Tampa. Inmates assigned to this facility are nonviolent and are expected to have jobs that support the facility. In addition, they can participate in educational and other enrichment programs.

 

Federal Correctional Institution, Marianna is a medium-security federal prison for male inmates in Jackson County near Marianna, Florida. It is 65 miles west of Tallahassee, Florida. Adjacent to this facility is a minimum-security prison camp for female offenders. FCI Marianna is a Sex Offender Management Program (SOMP) facility, meaning that approximately 40 percent of inmates incarcerated therein have been convicted of a current or prior sexual offense. As a Medical Care Level 2 facility, FCI Marianna is equipped to meet the needs of inmates generally in good health but who may have chronic conditions such as epilepsy or emphysema requiring regular evaluation by a clinician.

 

Federal Correctional Institution, Marianna Camp is a minimum-security prison camp for female inmates. Inmates reside in dormitory-style housing. Prison jobs are available in HVAC, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, landscaping, and others. Inmates can pursue educational, vocational, and self-enrichment goals while incarcerated at this facility. Due to being a minimum-security prison camp, sex offenders cannot be housed at this facility.

 

Federal Correctional Institution, Miami is a low-security federal prison for male inmates. It is located in Dade County, Florida, about 30 miles from downtown Miami. First serving as a holding center for youth offenders in the 1970s, its landscape, which contains a lake at its center, differs from other Florida federal prisons. One notable inmate, held here when FCI Miami was an administrative detention center, was Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega. Despite its low-security designation, inmates are expected to have prison jobs and pursue educational and self-improvement activities while incarcerated.

 

Federal Correctional Institution, Miami Camp is a minimum-security prison camp for male inmates. It is adjacent to the low-security FCI Miami prison and often houses offenders from the local area. Inmates are housed in dormitories and sleep in bunk beds. Although prisoners must hold jobs and participate in educational and enrichment programs, they can access recreational facilities and watch television.

 

Federal Detention Center, Miami is an administrative-level detention center for male and female inmates located in downtown Miami, Florida. Many inmates housed at the facility are awaiting trial in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Detainees do not typically spend extended periods of time at FDC Miami. They are typically released or reassigned to other facilities when their cases are resolved.

 

Federal Prison Camp, Pensacola is a minimum-security prison camp for male inmates in Pensacola, Florida. The prison camp is on Naval Air Station Pensacola. Inmates reside in dormitory-style housing. All inmates must hold prison jobs and can participate in educational and self-improvement programs throughout their sentences. Inmates also have access to recreation facilities.

 

Federal Correctional Institution, Tallahassee is a low-security federal prison serving female inmates. Inmates are housed in a dormitory setting, with two- and three-person cubicles. Opened in 1938, it is located in the state capital of Tallahassee, Florida. An adjacent detention center holds male, administrative security-level detainees. These detainees are housed in cells.

 

Wikipedia Pages About Each Facility

For more information about each prison, please click on the above links. These will take you to our detailed and comprehensive prison profiles of each Florida federal prison facility. You can also click on the below links to read the Wikipedia pages for each prison.