America's Everglades - The largest subtropical wilderness in the United States

Everglades National Park protects an unparalleled landscape that provides important habitat for numerous rare and endangered species like the manatee,  American crocodile, and the elusive Florida panther.

An international treasure as well -  a World Heritage Site, International Biosphere Reserve, a Wetland of International Importance, and a specially protected area under the Cartagena Treaty. Read More

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Visiting in the Wet Season

Planning a trip to the park May - November? Make the most of your visit during the wet season!

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Safety Tips

Plan ahead for a safe and enjoyable visit! Safety considerations change with the seasons. Come prepared for heat, mosquitoes, and more.

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Guided Tours

Rangers are not the only naturalists that lead groups in the park. Check out the tour options offered by park partners and concessions.

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Book a Glamping Tent

Go Glamping Everglades-style! Late spring can be a great time to camp with fewer crowds and not too many mosquitoes.

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Bird Watching

Learn about where to see birds in the park, why Everglades restoration is important for the park's birds, and more.

Rules and Alerts
Boating in the Park

Everglades has developed a free boater education course to orient and educate boaters to the unique features of the park's marine waters.

Last updated: June 19, 2024

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

40001 State Road 9336
Homestead, FL 33034-6733


305 242-7700

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