Historic Markers Across Florida

Everglades National Park

Marker ID:  
Location: 815 Oyster Bar Lane, Everglades City, FL
County: Collier
Coordinates: N 25° 50.71    W 081° 23.186
  25.84516666    -81.38643333
Style: Interpretative Sign **
Waymark: None


Everglades National ParK

Everglades National Park is known for stunning wildlife viewing and it unique mix of temperature and topical plants and animals. Its diverse habitat are a refuge for many endangered species. Take time to discover this subtle landscape by walking short trails, taking a boat or tram tour, or joining a ranger-led activity.
Ten Thousand Island
Here you stand at the watery gateway to the Ten Thousand Islands, a maze of mangrove islands and a channel to explore by canoe or boat. Bird watching is outstanding, especially during the winter migrant species join the Everglades' year-round residents. Boat tours to view wildlife and sport fishing are popular here on the Gulf Coast side of the Everglades.

Everglades Ecosystems
Color key
• Marine and Estuarine (seagrass, hard-bottom, corals)
• Costal Marsh
• Mangrove
• Cypress
• Coastal Prairie
• Freshwater Slough
• Pineland
• Freshwater Mari Prairie
• Hardwood Hammock

Everglade Park Service U. S. Department of the Interior