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2. Everglades National Park covers 1.5 million acres, so there are a number of options when visiting the park. Everglades City offers a visitor center and boat tours and rentals. Shark Valley has tram tours, bike tours, and great biking on your own. Homestead is the main entrance to the park with a 38 mile park road to Flamingo with many different hiking, canoeing, and biking options along the way.
3. A vast expanse of roughly 1.5 million acres, there seems no end to the adventures that can be found in Everglades National Park.
You may find yourself spending a morning photographing the birds, an afternoon spent hiking and seeing alligators take advantage of the warmth of sunny south Florida skies, or take a ranger guided tour or just spend an evening enjoying the warmth of your campfire.
With so many adventures to select from it could be difficult to decide on one adventure and a multi- day stay will be the goal.
4. Kids can have a great time exploring the Everglades with their families and friends. Take some time to look over some of the exhibits and films to be found at our different visitor centers. Participate in any one of our regularly scheduled ranger programmes. With a little work, kids can even become an Everglades National Park Junior Ranger!
5. If you are looking for information to help you prepare school projects and reports or even if you just want to explore the park before you visit, you can check our website at www.everglades.national- park.com
6. Water in south Florida once flowed freely from the Kissimmee River to Lake Okeechobee and Florida Bay. This shallow, slow-moving sheet of water covered almost 11,000 square miles, creating a mosaic of ponds, sawgrass marshes, and forested uplands. For thousands of years this intricate system evolved into a finely balanced ecosystem that formed the biological infrastructure for the southern half of the state. However, by the early 1900s, the drainage process to transform wetland to land ready to be developed was underway. The results would cause severe damage to the ecosystem and the species it supported.