Glide through the Everglades and take in the amazing wildlife

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EVERGLADES (WTHR) — Everglades National Park is massive. It spans 1.5 million acres and has only three entrances that are not connected.

You'll want to plan ahead and make sure you know where you are going. Once inside the park there is so much to do.

You can take a walk on the Anhinga Trail watching wildlife including many types of birds and alligators. Glide through the Everglades by tour boat or kayak for a chance to glimpse a crocodile, manatee, or dolphin. Explore the pinelands by bike, paddle amongst the mangroves on Nine-Mile Pond, or tour the historic Nike Hercules missile base.

  • Location: Southern Florida
    • The northern section of the park is accessible via Miami or Everglades City, the southern section is accessible through Homestead.
  • Cost: $25.00 per Vehicle (good for seven consecutive days)
  • Dry Season: November to March
  • Wet Season: April to November
  • Size: 1.5 million acres (half of its original size)

More information on visiting the Everglades can be found here.

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