The largest subtropical wilderness
in the United States, Everglades National Park protects an unparalleled landscape filled with curious flora and fauna.
At nearly 1.5 million acres in size, the park provides important habitat for numerous rare and endangered species like the manatee, American crocodile, and the elusive Florida panther.
Here's everything you need to know to plan a memorable visit to the famed "River of Grass."
The Everglades can be an awesome experience
if you are prepared for the adventure. Find out all the information you need to plan your visit. Check out "Things to Know Before You Come".Read More
Everglades Environmental Education
We work with over 10,000 children each year. Curriculum, distance learning, professional development and field trips available.Read More
Public Review Begins on Draft Mgmt. Plan
The Draft General Management Plan/East Everglades Wilderness Study is open for public review and comment through May 12, 2013.Read More
Ranger Guided Programs
Everyone has a favorite Park Ranger story. Find out what park ranger programs are available today. All included with the cost of park admission.Read More
Boat and Tram Tours
Boat & Tram Tours offer unique opportunities to get out on park waters or to explore Shark Valley with a naturalist.Read More
Science Center for Everglades National Park
The South Florida Natural Resources Center (SFNRC) provides science-based guidance for the protection of the greater Everglades ecosystem.Read More
Did You Know?
The Everglades used to span from Lake Okeechobee in central Florida all the way down to Florida Bay. Now only 25% of the historic Everglades remains, which is being protected by the National Park.