Everglades National Park

The largest remaining subtropical wilderness in North America and one of the world’s richest biological preserves, Everglades National Park encompasses the eight ecosystems of the Everglades within its 1.5 million acres. Endlessly fascinating, the Everglades is so much more than the ubiquitous alligator that quickly comes to mind. From the acres of saw-grass prairie to the pinelands, the hardwood hammocks, and the mangrove-lined inland waterways, the Everglades supports a fascinating array of organisms at all levels of the food chain. Ranger-led activities originate at the various visitor centers of Everglades National Park, located at the southern tip of the 100-mile-long stretch of the Everglades.


40001 State Road 9336
Florida City, FL 32693
United States