The Everglades

A Subtropical Wilderness

Airboats, Native history, alligators and crocodiles await.

Welcome to the Everglades, South Florida’s subtropical backyard. Made up of 1.5 million acres of marshes, mangroves, and wetlands, the Everglades is home to endangered, exotic wildlife, with human habitation dating as far back as 15,000 years ago. Whether you’re biking or bird-watching, canoeing or waist-deep in marsh, a visit to this untouched oasis would get anyone looking past the humidity and into the acres of seagrass. But taking a trip into swampland doesn’t mean you have to get down and dirty. Take a guided boat tour through the marshes, immerse yourself in the Miccosukee tribe’s practices and culture, or grab a bite of a different kind of Southern home-cooking. Hint: Gator is on the menu.

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Less than an hour south of Miami, the Everglades is an entirely different world, a river of grass. As Ranger Bob proudly shares, it is a wide open sawgrass prairie, a vast subtropical wilderness, and home to three parks, each one remarkable in its own right: Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, and Biscayne National Park. These national treasures are home to wildlife, world-famous photographer Clyde Butcher, the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians, and countless unforgettable adventures.

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  • Vintage Everglades Day

    Mar 11 - Mar 11, 2017

    Everglades Area

    The 7th annual Vintage Everglades Day celebration will be held in Everglades National Park on Saturday, March 11th, 2017, from...

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