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  • Everglades National Park in Flordia

Get back to nature in the Florida Everglades

Home to 1.5 million acres of swamplands, prairies, marshes, and jungles, Everglades National Park is brimming with rare and endangered species, including the American Crocodile, the Florida Panther, and the West Indian Manatee live. With the largest subtropical wilderness in the US, the Everglades is the only ecosystem where alligators and crocodiles live together in harmony. Hop on an airboat or a canoe to explore this rare destination and zoom through the shallow marshes for excellent wildlife viewing. Kayak, boat, and fish in the waterways or hike and bike through endless boardwalk trails through nature. Whether you seek a wild ride on the water or a low-key spot to take in your surroundings, the choice is yours in the Everglades.
Everglades National Park in Flordia



Entrance fee is $30 per vehicle, good for 7 days.


  The main entrance is open 24/7.


  • Canoe the Wild
  • Manatee Talk
  • Ranger Talks


  • Airboat Tours
  • Fishing
  • Camping
  • Biking
  • Bird Watching
  • Boating


  • Are there places to eat inside Everglades National Park?

    There are plenty of restaurants around Everglades National Park, but only the Flamingo location features the Buttonwood Café, open seasonally from November 15 to April 15. They do offer limited snacks and beverages at the Visitor Centers and marina stores, but it is recommended that all visitors bring their own food and drinks during their time in the park.
  • Are there airboat tours at Everglades National Park?

    Yes, embark on an extraordinary wildlife journey on an airboat ride in the heart of Everglades National Park. There are three authorized airboat tours available inside Everglades National Park along the Tamiami Trail (Coopertown, Everglades Safari Park, and Gator Park). Watch out for American alligators inside the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States and glide across the river of grass where native wildlife including turtles, crocodiles, and panthers call home.

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