Everglades National Park
A World Heritage Site – SW Florida Vacation Adventure
Welcome to the Everglades – a remarkable region of southwest Florida. More than one and a half million acres of land under the management of the US National Park Service makes Everglades National Park one of the most popular visitor attractions in Florida. This park is unlike any other park in the world and provides a unique eco-system of tropical wetlands – a “river of grass” that the Seminole Indians called Okeechobee. As a result of environmental circumstances, Everglades National Park is the place to observe an amazing variety of wildlife, natural beauty, and serene scenery of this tropical paradise.
With mild temperatures all year long, more than a million visitors annually visit Everglades National Park from all over the world.
A visit to Everglades National Park provides an opportunity to view unique and seldom seen wildlife in their natural environment. A Florida Everglades adventure tour, air-boat tour, sightseeing, fishing, or guided eco boat tours may include a chance to witness alligators, eagles, osprey, dolphin, manatee, and hundreds of other wildlife species that live here in the Florida Everglades.
Florida’s Sea of Grass
Much of the Everglades is shallow water wetlands covered by sawgrass. Many of the species found here are protected. Be sure to observe wildlife rules and regulations. Thank you for helping to preserve and protect this important resource for future generations. Inquire about Everglades National Park vacation services or add your Florida guide or business services, contact us. Thank you for visiting Paradise Coast Living.
Thing To Do in Everglades National Park
Everglades City Fishing Charters, currently leaving from Everglades Bait and Tackle, Everglades City, FL | 239-253-9926
Experience the wonder of the 10,000 islands of SWFL. Fish the protected bays and rivers of the Islands and Everglades National Park. Fish among the mysteries of wrecks, hard bottom reefs, and offshore towers. Seek some of the most exciting game fish that call the Florida Everglades Home.
Everglades City Fishing Charters - Everglades City, FL
Island Hopper Boat Rentals and Tours, 525 Newport Dr., Naples, FL 34114 | 239-961-2473
Guided boat tours leaving Port of the Islands Marina, Naples, Florida Touring the Everglades and the Ten Thousand Islands area. Rent a pontoon for a full day of fun. Whitehorse Key is a great place to beach your boat and find amazing shells. Walk the island, explore the 10,000 islands, and enjoy a great view of the Gulf of Mexico. Look for manatee, dolphin, alligators and everything the Everglades has to offer. See the 10,000 islands up close.
Visit Island Hopper Boat Rental & Tours - Naples, FL
Marco Island Princess / Sunshine Tours, Rose Marina, 951 Bald Eagle Dr., Marco Island FL 34145 | 239-642-5415
The Marco Island Princess is a 90' luxury yacht offering daily Sightseeing, Lunch and Sunset dinner Cruises. enjoy delicious meals, two cash bars and a great view. Also available for Weddings and Private Charters. Marco Island's most unique dining experience!
Visit Marco Island Princess
Capt. Phil DeVille – 10,000 Islands Backwaters - Everglades National Park Fishing Tours, Port of the Islands, Naples, FL | 239-293-5480
Share Captain Phil's passion for the Ten Thousand Islands - Florida Everglades charter fishing trips. Fish for Snook, Red Fish, Trout, Snapper, Flounder and more from a 17' Mitzi Skiff Flats Boatfish. Over 15 varieties of edible fish and great sport fishing. Up to 189 species of birds may be seen in a single trip. View alligators, crocodiles, osprey, eagles, dolphin, and manatee.
Visit Capt. Phil DeVille - Evergaldes Fishing
Everglades National Park – Park Milestones
- Everglades National Park Authorized May. 10, 1934
- Established December 6, 1947 at a ceremony in Everglades City by President Harry S. Truman
- Designated World Heritage Site October 26, 1976
- Everglades Expansion Act – Added 109,500 acres to the park December 13, 1989
- Chekika State Park donated by the State of Florida October 1, 1991
- Omni Bus Public Land Management Act added 600 acres to the park June 11, 2010
– Everglades National Park information courtesy https://www.nps.gov/ever/learn/news/parkstatistics.htm