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Everglades National Park at Naples

Everglades National Park

40001 State Road 9336, Homestead, Florida, 33034 | 305-242-7700
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Everglades National Park Attractions

Florida is the home of Everglades National Park, the largest subtropical landscape in the U.S. The Everglades wilderness is a sancturary for several endangered species including the American crocodile, the rare Florida panther and the gentle manatee. A World Heritage Site, it's a protected place that spans 1.5 million acres! Visitors are welcome to explore as much as they can that is open to the public. There are so many exciting things to do in Everglades National Park, including saltwater and freshwater fishing, tram tours and narrated boating expeditions.


Prices -

 Entrance fee for private vehicles is $10, and $5 for cyclists and pedestrians. The fee is good for 7 consecutive days. There is no fee if you enter at the Everglades City/Naples - Gulf Coast Area entrance, but there are fees for renting canoes and boat tours.

Hours -

 The Homestead Main Entrance is open 24/7, but not manned after 6pm. The Everglades City/Naples entrance is also open 24/7.


  • Ranger Talks
  • Tamiami Trail Triathlon
  • Nature's Notebook Boat Tour


  • Hiking & biking
  • Boating & fishing
  • Geo-caching
  • Canoeing & kayaking
  • Bird-watching


  • What is Slough Slogging?

    The Slough Slog tour is a great chance to see some of the more elusive residents of the Everglades and go off trail  in the River of Grass -- but you must prepare to get wet. Wear closed-toed shoes and long pants, knowing that you'll be knee-deep in the slough. A Park Ranger leads the tour. Call (305) 242-7700 for more information.
  • Can I camp in Everglades National Park?

    There are both backcountry and frontcountry camping opportunities in the Everglades. Frontcountry campsites include amenities, and the backcountry sites are primitive. The Flamingo and Long Pine Key campgrounds provide campers with restrooms, grills, picnic tables and drinking water. Choose from tent and trailer sites. Some of the primitive sites are on the beach, others are in the Everglades watery backcountry. Fees are $12 to $16.

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