Everglades National Park is the third largest park in the lower 48 states, covering 2400 square miles! There is no shortage of activities for individuals, groups, or families to enjoy outdoors.
The diverse habitats allow for enjoyable activities ranging from hiking, canoe and kayaking, biking, fresh and saltwater fishing, and camping in the ultimate wilderness.
Check out some of the activities highlighted on the right to learn more about your outdoor interests.
Did You Know?
The pink coloration of the Roseate Spoonbill comes from a red pigment, related to Vitamin A, found in some crustaceans that they eat. Look for them foraging among the shallows of Everglades National Park.