Everglades National Park has 7 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.5 to 85 miles in length.
Roberts Lake Hiking TrailView Trail Details
Everglades National Park, FL
The trail was named for Roberts Lake Strand, which drains into Gator Hook Swamp and is one of the most scenic cypress strands in the Big Cypress ...
Gator Hook TrailView Trail Details
This is a relatively new trail that offers a very scenic hike through fresh-water wetland habitats with side trails that lead to nearby cypress ...
Flamingo to Oyster Keys Historical Paddling LoopView Trail Details
Paddle across open water of Florida Bay. To reach the Oyster Keys from the Flamingo marina, paddle south into Florida Bay, then veer to your ...
Flamingo to Highland Beach Paddling LoopView Trail Details
Open-water paddling along Florida Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and then paddling along tidal rivers and across open bays of the backcountry.
Christian Point TrailView Trail Details
Hike through coastal mangroves and salt-marsh vegetation to Snake Bight. Biking is allowed but parts of the trail can be muddy, slippery, and ...
Eco Pond LoopView Trail Details
Walk along a loop trail that circles Eco Pond. This is one of the most popular birding locations in Everglades National Park.
W. J. Janes Memorial Scenic DriveView Trail Details
Along Janes Scenic Drive there are opportunities to see white-tailed deer, Florida panthers, Florida black bears, Everglades mink, river otters, ...