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Everglades en route from Ft Myers to Miami doable?

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If I left Ft Myers by about 10:00 a.m. and planned to spend the night in Florida City would that leave enough time to see some of the Everglades National Park? This will be the last week in January.

I don't need to see 'everything' and have no interest in an airboat ride. I'd like to do the Anhinga and Gumbo Limbo trails which I understand are only about half a mile long each. Shark Valley sounds interesting but maybe I don't have time for both? Also, I understand it's still closed from Hurricane Irma. Any sense of when it might re-open?

Thanks

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