Welcome to Everglades Florida
Welcome to one of the last unexplored wilderness areas known as The Everglades and 10,000 Islands. The Everglades is a massive ecosystem with over 600 species of birds and animals and thousands of plant varieties and home to several of the world's endangered species.
We're showcasing all that The Everglades and the 10,000 Islands Florida has to offer right here. Make this web site your springboard for jumping into the Cities and Lifestyles that make up our paradise!
Take a look at Everglades Park past and present with photos spanning 50 years at
50years.com ... and, while you are there, don't miss the Everglade Magazine from Echoes of South Florida published during the Everglades National Parks year long 50th Anniversary Celebration in 1997 and now online -- Check Out Some of the Topics
An insider look at the complex eco-systems that make up the Everglades.
The Next 50 Years
Current efforts and future plans to restore and preserve the Everglades.
The Clyde and Niki "Butcher Paper"
Florida's photographic first couple sound off on whatever crosses their environmental minds that particular week.
The Native Way
Exploration of a Miccosukee and Seminole Culture in the Everglades as written by tribal members themselves.
A River Runs Through Them
Profiles of those brave pioneers who have made the Everglades their home.
What's New - Our Newest Everglades Web Sites
Everglades Backcountry Experience
Fishing and backcountry excursions with Capt. Rodney Raffield. Enjoy the beauty and wildlife of the Everglades on a unique fishing trip through the 10,000 Islands and Everglades with a 4th generation native guide. Capt. Rodney Raffield will take you to places unknown by most.
Our trips leave from historic Chokoloskee Island at the end of West Chokoloskee Drive.
Everglades Area Tours - guided Kayak and Canoe Eco-Tours and fishing trips. Bicycle and Hiking eco-tours. Fishing Charters. Everglades and 10,000 Islands Airplane tours and airboat tours.
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Calendar of Events
April 2, 2017 ~ Everglades Bike Ride|
8 am - McCleod Park, Everglades City -
Come enjoy the wild west of Florida town of Everglades City before and after the annual Everglades Bike Ride. There's lots of stuff to do on your own before and after the ride - kayaking, boardwalks, fishing, hiking, boat tours, airboats, museums, and more.
Enjoy the Smooth Ride option: 15 & 62 mile options - Not a single hill, but a great stretch of pavement in the
wilds of the Everglades, with few stop signs and no chasing dogs. Choose ride lengths of 15 or 62 miles, with options to shorten or lengthen your ride.
Or, experience the Bumpy Ride: Half of the 27-mile route is on dirt road in the boondocks of the Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park. You'll have a local guide. Skinny tires NOT recommended.
It's all for the benefit of the Friends of the River of Grass Greenway (ROGG) and the South Florida State and National Parks. ROGG is the River of Grass Greenway - a proposed paved trail along Tamiami Trail between Miami and Naples. There is a discount for members of the Friends of ROGG (FROGG) and the Naples Pathways Coalition (NPC).
Registration includes rest stops along all of the routes with SAG vehicle support and lunch furnished by Triad Seafood in the park.