Everglades National Park, which covers 1.5 million acres, is located in southern Florida. The park lies to the west of Miami and to the east of Big Cyprus National Park. More »

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Some of the most popular national parks in Florida include Everglades, Canaveral and Big Cypress. There are 11 national parks in total in the state. More »

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Some popular national parks in Florida include the Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Park and Dry Tortugas National Park. All three parks offer a myriad of outdoor activities and expose visitors to an abunda... More »

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Everglades National Park is the largest protected subtropical area in the United States. The park is home to endangered species such as the manatee and the rare Florida panther. More »

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Florida's Dry Tortugas National Park consists of seven small islands and covers nearly 65,000 acres, making it one of the smallest national parks in the National Park System. Fewer than 100 acres of this total space is d... More »

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Both freshwater and saltwater fishing are permitted in the Everglades National Park. Fish such as snapper, sea trout, redfish, bass and bluegill are abundant in the water. More »

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Activities at Theodore Roosevelt National Park include visiting the Painted Canyon Overlook, touring the Petrified Forest Loop and horseback riding through Peaceful Valley. Other things to do include camping, driving the... More »

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