Florida Visitor's Guide

Everglades National Park, Florida
Why It’s Cool: The park is the third largest in the lower 48 states, covering 2,400 square miles, so you definitely won’t get bored—especially with a wide range of hiking trails, campgrounds, and ample opportunities for biking. You can also canoe and kayak even farther into the park’s mangrove forests, freshwater marshes, and the Florida Bay. If you’ve had enough of doing the work yourself, check out one of the guided tours. And keep an eye out for rare wildlife species including manatees, alligators, crocodiles, dolphins, and even the endangered Florida panther.

Where to Camp: The park has two drive-in campgrounds: Flamingo and Long Pine Key. Most backcountry campsites ($10 permit required) are reachable only by canoe, kayak, boat, or particularly adventurous hikers.

When It’s Open: Year-round.

Cost: $10 per vehicle entrance fee, valid for seven days. Campsite fees vary from $16 to $30. For more information, visit the park's website.

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