The Florida EvergladesOne of the nation's
premier wildlife viewing spots
Why Visit, What To Do in Florida's Everglades
Florida’s premier preserve for wildlife viewing is Everglades National Park, the second-largest national park in the contiguous United States (after Yellowstone). However, the park makes up only a small area of the Everglades, the largest remaining subtropical wilderness in the continental United States.
Thanks to the popularity of Everglades National Park, many people believe the park is THE Everglades.
Over a million people a year visit Everglades National Park mostly for the wildlife viewing, to see the profusion of bird and animal life that is America’s equivalent of an African big game safari.
Everglades National Park offers 3 entrances areas in different areas of wilderness located a good distance from each other.
Flamingo The final destination of the Main Park Road offering boat tours, camping, fishing and hiking
First Time Everglades Visitors How to make your first trip fun, not miserable. You should want to come back again.
What Makes the Everglades Unique? History and background.