Federal Prison Camp, Eglin was a Federal Bureau of Prisons minimum security prison at Auxiliary Field 6, Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. 
Lacey Rose of
wrote that it "was once considered so cushy that the term “ Forbes Club Fed” was actually coined to describe it." 
By 2006 the federal government decided to cut costs by closing Eglin and returning the buildings to the
Air Force. The prisoners were moved to Federal Prison Camp, Pensacola. 
Notable inmates [ edit ]
Watergate burglars - Bernard Barker, Virgilio Gonzalez, Eugenio Martínez, James W. McCord, Jr., and Frank Sturgis - were inmates at Eglin. 
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ " BOP/NIC Directory." Federal Bureau of Prisons. February 2, 2004. Retrieved on August 23, 2010.
^ " The Best Places to Go to Prison" ( Archive). . April 17, 2006. Retrieved on December 30, 2015. Forbes
^ Rudman, Mladen. " Article: Eglin prison to turn in key: The camp?s five dormitories and smaller buildings will be returned to the Air Force after remaining personnel leaves by Feb. 20". . January 10, 2006. Retrieved on August 23, 2010. Northwest Florida Daily News
^ Saperstein, Saundra; Baker, Donald P. (April 23, 1980). "Mandel Asks to Serve Time in Florida" (PDF). The Washington Post. Washington, D.C . Retrieved . September 29, 2014
^ "ES&S, Diebold lobbyists, July 21, 2005". bbvforums.org . Retrieved . June 26, 2013
^ " National Briefing | Mid-Atlantic: Pennsylvania: Ex-Congressman Enters Prison." . February 11, 2003. Retrieved on August 23, 2010. The New York Times
^ " Financier Wolfson Scheduled To Leave Eglin Prison Today." Associated Press at . Monday January 26, 1970. 45th year, No. 115. 1A. Retrieved from The Herald Tribune Google News (1/38) on August 23, 2010.
^ "Short Circuits". The Boston Globe. March 18, 1984.