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Everglades National Park Scenic Road Road Trip

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38.0 miles: 0 hours, 44 minutes
One allure of Everglades National Park is the varied species of animals that inhabit the open fields, hammocks and lowland swamps. This is the only place the world over where alligators and crocodiles coexist. Venture on marked trails and elevated boardwalks where cypress and mangrove trees grow in standing water and observe anhingas, butterflies and herons.
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38.0 miles: 0 hours, 44 minutes
Explore the beauty of unspoiled nature along one of Florida’s southernmost scenic routes. You’ll drive past hardwood hammocks, mangrove swamps, saw grass prairies and pineland forests. Stop at observation areas along the way for more up-close wildlife viewing opportunities. The December through April dry season offers the best wildlife viewing and fewer mosquitos.