Best Trails Near Everglades City FL
Filter Result
Select Activity

Best Trails Near Everglades City FL

51
Trails
0 - 89 mi
Range
38
Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
7
Hiking
34
Other activities
Everglades City has 51 trails in the vicinity, including 38 for flatwater kayaking & canoeing, 7 hiking trails and 34 for other activities. These trails range from 0 to 89.1 miles in length. The longest trail in Everglades City is Tiger Key a well-known trail measuring 89.1 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Nature Boardwalk: Everglades National Park, Barron River, West Fork and Everglades City/Chokoloskee Island. Trails.com member Zack B. recently completed Nature Boardwalk: Everglades National Park.
Best Trails in Everglades City 51 Results
Activity
Select
Rating
Difficulty
Skill Level
Technical Difficulty
Physical Difficulty
Class
Length
Elevation Gain
Vehicles
Surface
Trail Type
Campsites
Additional Use
Accessibility
Features
Grade
Access
 PREMIUM MEMBER
NOTE: This route was closed in 2007 due to hurricane damage. Check with the ENP Gulf Coast ...
NOTE: Darwin’s Place campsite has been closed due to vandalism. Check with a park ranger ...
This is a nice paddle up the Chatham River, along the mangroves and shallow bars. You ...
On this all-day paddle you will head out from town and travel through a scenic mangrove ...
This route will take you south on the Wilderness Waterway—a 99-mile waterway from Flamingo ...
This paddle offers a plethora of ecosystems. The mangroves you’ll see from your kayak ...
This is a shorter day trip than Tiger or Picnic Key that offers great birding. Time your ...
This is a great day or overnight trip (permit required) on either Picnic or Tiger Key. ...
This is a trip worth repeating, as you will likely see more the second or third trip out. ...
This paddle will take you near numerous mangrove islands. You will want to keep a chart ...
NOTE: Reprinted and modified, with permission, from Dr. Connie Mier; http://cmierphotoandfitness.net/everglades.html ...
This wonderful, historical route includes Calusa Indian relics and a 1.0-mile nature trail ...
This paddle provides a slightly more challenging workout with wind, tides, and boat traffic ...
This is a pleasant, easy paddle with some nesting birds along the way. You will take different ...
This paddle is both challenging and fun. You will encounter powerboats; a variety of birds, ...
NOTE: Halfway Creek is partially blocked (from Marker 7 to Marker 9) due to storms. You ...
NOTE: Parts of this route have not been cleared since Hurricane Wilma in 2005. You cannot ...
This is another of my favorite paddles—a kaleidoscope of natural beauty in a serene, tranquil ...
This route is a standout. If you enjoy diversity of landscape, then you will enjoy the ...
This day trip starts at Everglades City and crosses Chokoloskee Bay to a channel between ...
This circular route weaves through delightful mangrove tunnels up Halfway Creek to Turner ...
You’ll find a little of each of the essential ingredients of the Everglades coast within ...
The Fakahatchee Strand, about 20 miles long and 3 to 5 miles wide, is the major drainage ...
Load More

Other Trails in Nearby Cities