Journals Everglades National Park

Wildlife Adventure

Created by Klompie on October 29, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

The Everglades and Alligators, two words that are inseparable. But the Everglades has much more to offer: thousands of beautiful birds, snakes, panthers, and even dolphins can be found in this national park.

The Everglades: River of Grass

Created by reef2020 on October 23, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

The largest subtropical wilderness in the United States is home to an amazing diversity of wildlife. While most people visit in the winter dry season (when wildlife tends to be the most concentrated), there is a lot to be said for visiting in the wet season as well.

Everglade City Dining

Created by jpalm1124 on January 13, 2006

1 Review

The Everglades Seafood Depot, Restaurant & Market. The best seafood in SW Florida.

Boating through the Everglades

Created by hersplash on January 6, 2005

1 Review

For a change of pace, drive down to Everglade City and take an airboat ride. Both educational and thrilling, you can see live alligators and beautiful mangroves.

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Vacation in South Florida Everglade Country

Created by beanutputter on September 17, 2003

1 Review

Visited south Florida to see alligators, view wildlife, canoe, rest, enjoy sunshine, and be with God in His creation!



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The Everglades

Created by Leesa on November 23, 2001

1 Review

After the glitz of Miami, and the Florida Keys to some extent, the Everglades was wonderfully wild and natural. Plan to spend a few days in the area to make the most of the nature trails and wildlife!

Florida City - Gateway to the Everglades

Created by Tideone on February 20, 2001

5 Reviews
1 Story

Florida City is the gateway to Everglades National Park. It is also the home to an Alligator Farm that draws visitors from around the world.

Flamingo - as far south as you can go

Created by Tideone on February 20, 2001

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Flamingo is as far south as one can go in the contigious 48 states. The road comes to an end at the Flamingo Lodge in the Everglades National Park.

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america on a budget

Created by missouri on January 13, 2001

1 Review

canoe-ed everglades waterway trail by myself[not a good idea]everglades city to flamingo. wanting to find others wanting to do the same!!

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The River of Grass

Created by AnaMH on November 3, 2000

7 Reviews
3 Stories

A journey through the Everglades. Called “pa-hay-okee” (“grassy water”) by the Seminoles, the Everglades is a wide expanse of mostly sawgrass, hammock-peppered land that extends from Lake Okeechobee in the north to Florida Bay in the south.

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