City is a mile long mangrove island with crab houses, shops, restaurants, motels,
marinas, museums, an airport, canoe & kayak guided adventures, aerotours, boat
tours, airboat rides, canoe/kayak/bicycle rentals and nice walking paths.
It is known
as 'the fishing and stone crab capital of Southwest Florida' and is one
end of the Wilderness Waterway, the Everglades backcountry route linking Everglades
City to Flamingo.
minutes by powerboat from Everglades City you can visit a secluded beach or explore
a mangrove tunnel. Spend the day canoeing, kayaking, biking, or hiking in the
Everglades National Park or surrounding areas.
in the area include:
Tour through the Everglades
Pontoon Boat ride through the 10,000 islands
National Park Boat Tour
Tram Ride through the Everglades
Swamp Buggy Tour
through a Cypress Forest
Alligator Farm Tour
Tour of The Museum of the
Native Indian Village tour
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Florida and Southwest Florida
offers gorgeous beaches and a tropical lifestyle! With
less severe winters than many parts of the country you can expect to spend less
on winter clothing and heating fuel - making the cost of living more reasonable.
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and advanced infrastructure have helped the growth of more than 600 technology
companies and many Fortune 500 businesses.There is a great transportation network,
including a recent $438 million expansion and upgrade at Southwest Florida International
Airport. Historic and cultural amenities range from Seminole Indian reservations
to Thomas Edison's home, from hundreds of local art galleries to the region's
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invite you to take a virtual tour of some of our most popular travel
in Everglades City including the Everglades City Museum and the Gulf Coast Visitor
Everglades City Museum is located at 105 Broadway Ave. West The Collier
County Museum's branch facility in Everglades City provides visitors with an in-depth
look at over 2,000 years of human history in Southwest Florida's unique "River
of Grass". Museum of the Everglades offers a unique look back at Collier County's
development in the early 1920's. Permanent exhibits feature Barron G. Collier's
successful transformation of a pioneer village into a modern 1920's town and his
fulfillment of a promise to complete the road (the Tamiami Trail) that would open
the area to tourism and development. Florida Archaeology Day at the museum and
Old Florida Festival at the Everglades Museum are a celebration of 6000 years
of South Florida history . Please phone 941-695-0008
for more information.
Gulf Coast Visitor Center Information Center, Everglades City
Gulf Coast Visitor Center is located in Everglades City, in the northwest corner
of the park. The visitor center has natural history exhibits, and information,
and issues backcountry permits and park passes. It is open daily from 7:30 am
to 5:00 pm November to April, and 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. May to November. Gulf Coast
is the gateway for exploring the Ten Thousand Islands, a maze of mangrove islands
and waterways that extends south to Flamingo and Florida Bay.
A 1 hour 45 minute narrated boat trip provides an overall description of this
saltwater ecosystem. Canoes may be rented to explore Chokoloskee Bay and the Turner
River. For the more adventurous, the 99 mile (159 km) Wilderness Waterway, accessible
by canoe, kayak, or small motorboat, winds through the mangrove islands all the
way to Flamingo. Please phone: 239-695-4731 for more information.
Erv's Alligator Park,
Everglades City Visit the alligator park for tales from the Gator Man. Attraction
type: Park; Wildlife park
City is surrounded by several scenic parks, including Everglades National Park,
Big Cypress National Preserve, Collier-Seminole State Park, and Fakahatchee Strand