Boardwalk Trail: Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The slough, measuring 9 miles long and about 0.3 mile wide, is a natural wildlife corridor for white-tailed deer, bobcat, and turkey. Birds often present include ibis, bald eagles, snowy egrets, and warblers. Also look for raccoons and alligators.
Six Mile Cypress Slough (pronounced “slew”) and the boardwalk at nearby Corkscrew Swamp are two of the longest elevated nature trails in the state. In addition to its considerable length, the Cypress Slough boardwalk has two observation platforms and a blind for early morning photography."