Who's Involved?


  • Ah-Ta-Thi-Ki Museum
  • Big Cypress National Preserve Environmental Education
  • Big Cypress Welcome Tent
  • Collier Seminole State Park
  • Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed
  • Conservancy
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • Everglades Astronomical Society
  • Everglades National Park
  • Everglades Conservation & Sportsman Club
  • Everglades Society for Historic Preservation
  • Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park
  • Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission
  • Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge
  • Florida Public Archaeology Network
  • Florida State Forest Service
  • Florida Trail Association- Big Cypress, Happy Hoofers & Alligator Amblers Chapters
  • Friends of Collier County Museums
  • International Dark Sky Association
  • South Florida Amateur Astronomers Association
  • South Florida National Parks Trust
  • United States Geological Survey


  • Camellia Street Grill
  • Florida National Parks Association


  • Captain Steve Swamp Buggy Tours
  • C&G's Swamp Buggy
  • Everglades Adventure Tours
  • Ivey House
  • North American Canoe Tours
  • Scott & Son Everglades Expedition


  • Captain Steve's
  • C&G's Swamp Buggy
  • Flying Saucer 1950s
  • Lynwood Scott
  • Naples Motor Sports Race Buggy
  • National Park Service Fire buggy
  • National Park Service Law Enforcement buggy
  • Paul Wylee (old buggy)
  • Six tire buggy

Just one of the swamp buggies displayed at this year's Swamp Heritage Festival.

PLEASE NOTE: There is limited seating and shade available at the Swamp Heritage Festival, so please feel free to bring your own chair or blanket to sit on and plenty of sunscreen and a hat to wear for protection from the sun.

This festival has been made possible through the generous support of the South Florida National Parks Trust and the Florida National Parks Association

This festival provides a venue for individuals and groups with a deep connection to the Big Cypress Swamp an opportunity to share stories of the past and hopes for the future related to this special place. The views and opinions of participants are not necessarily those of the National Park Service.

Last updated: April 14, 2015

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

33100 Tamiami Trail East
Ochopee, FL 34141


(239) 695-2000

Contact Us