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The Everglades Sights

Gulf Coast Visitor Center

  • 815 Oyster Bar La. Map It
  • Everglades City
  • Information Center

Updated 05/09/2014

Fodor's Review

The best place to bone up on Everglades National Park's watery western side is at this center just south of Everglades City (5 miles south of Tamiami Trail) where rangers can give you the park lowdown and address your questions. In winter, backcountry campers purchase permits here and canoeists check in for trips to the Ten Thousand Islands and 99-mile Wilderness Waterway Trail. Nature lovers view interpretive exhibits on local flora and fauna while waiting for naturalist-led

boat trips. In season (Christmas through Easter), rangers lead bike tours and canoe trips. A selection of about 30 nature presentations and orientation films are available by request for view on a big screen. Admission is free only to this section, and no direct roads from here link to other parts of the park.

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Sight Information

Address:

815 Oyster Bar La., off Rte. 29, Everglades City, Florida, 34139, United States

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Phone:

239-695–3311

Sight Details:

  • Mid-Nov.–mid-Apr., daily 8–4:30; mid-Apr.–mid-Nov., daily 9–4:30

Updated 05/09/2014

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