Guy Bradley Trail

A 3 foot wide paved path underneath overhanging mangrove and tropical hardwood trees
The Guy Bradley Trail skirts the mangrove shoreline and is a good place for birding.

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25.140318 / -80.925411

Amphitheater, Beach/Water Access, Benches/Seating, Parking - Auto, Parking - Boat Trailer, Parking - Bus/RV, Restroom, Scenic View/Photo Spot, Toilet - Flush, Trailhead, Trash Dumpster, Wheelchair Accessible

Mingle with a variety of birds and butterflies as you amble along the shore of Florida Bay. Old pier pilings are a reminder that Flamingo was once a small fishing village. The trail was named for Audubon warden Guy Bradley, who was killed in 1905 while trying to protect a bird rookery in Florida Bay. This trail is a scenic short-cut from the Visitor Center to the Flamingo Campground day-use area and is 1 mile (1.6 km) one way. Wheelchair accessible and bicycles are allowed.

Everglades National Park

Last updated: April 5, 2024