Bear Island Unit Trails & Facilities
There are 21 miles of designated primary trails and .34 miles of designated secondary trails in the Bear Island Unit of the Preserve. This unit allows for access by swamp buggies, all-terrain vehicles and street-legal 4x4s. Camping in the unit is at designated camping areas only.
Click here for a list of all trails in the unit that provides start and end point coordinates, trail length and destination.
Did You Know?
The anhinga is a commonly seen bird in many areas of Big Cypress National Preserve, and other park areas in Florida. However, within the United States of America, the bird is never really seen beyond Florida. Anhingas cousins are more commonly seen in South America and Africa.