Looking for a great trail in Everglades National Park, Florida? AllTrails has 22 great hiking trails, dogs no trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 20 easy trails in Everglades National Park ranging from 1 to 17.1 miles and from 0 to 6 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

no dogs

wildlife

kid friendly

views

nature trips

bird watching

walking

hiking

lake

paddle sports

forest

The Everglades are the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. This mangrove ecosystem and marine estuary is home to 36 protected species, including the Florida panther, American crocodile, and West Indian manatee. Some areas have been drained and developed; restoration projects aim to restore the ecology. Some entrances are closed seasonally.

hiking
4 days ago

We rented bikes to do this trail. We saw probably 15-18 Alligators which was very cool within 10-15 ft away from us. One crossed the path right in front of us. We also saw a lot of birds, blue herons, turtles, fish, etc. It was hot so we brought a lot of water as it’s a 15 mile loop with no shade. We’d do it again for sure. We only biked the 18 miles and not 56. I forgot to stop the recording when we were finished.

on Shark Valley Trail

mountain biking
no shade
23 days ago

pretty hike thru woods, lots of good in places.

hiking
no shade
25 days ago

Great trail! A completely paved 15 mile loop. Ton of wildlife, but be sure to bring water!

hiking
no shade
25 days ago

Great trail! A completely paved 15 mile loop. Ton of wildlife, but be sure to bring water!

hiking
no shade
25 days ago

Great trail! A completely paved 15 mile loop. Ton of wildlife, but be sure to bring water!

hiking
bugs
over grown
25 days ago

The bugs, especially the mosquitoes, made this a miserable hike. The lake is nice enough, and there is a clearing where you can look at the lake. We also got a brief respite from the mosquitoes there, but knowing that we had to turn around and trek through the bug infested trail to get back to the car detracted from our enjoyment. Overall we are glad we did it, but would never do it again.

A nice short walk around the pond. Wading birds typically hang out here and nest in late winter. The path is elevated, well mown grass making it easy to traverse in all seasons.

Hurricane Irma destroyed most of the vegetation in September 2017. It's slowly growing back, starting with the vines and Bromeliads. A good view of the hurricane Eco cycle in the Everglades.

Very nice trail ! It’s very hot so bring a lot of water but the path is great, very relaxing. The trail ends to a lake. The thing is that you have to go back the same way you came or you can choose to walk on the road but it’s longer and there is absolutely no shade. I recommend though !

Short hike, here during the dry season so not much water. Not many animals to see.

hiking
1 month ago

Straight walk to the ocean from the main road in the Everglades. Not much to see along the way except for a very small baby snake.

road biking
no shade
2 months ago

The trail is the driest I've seen it all season, but still has 3-4 inches of mud and areas of standing water. Good distance. Birds, crabs, and bugs with lots of animal tracks. Hiking poles/walking stick, boots, and sunscreen suggested.

broken walkway impassable half way through.

We have trail rode out from Long Pine (trail head by lake) and taken the forest trails. Solid 10+mile ride and very enjoyable. Wildlife was minimal for the glades but very nice either way. Also the original abandoned ingraham hwy trail head is close to the road that takes you to the nike missle area.....this is the original way to Flamingo. But pack supplies bc no one ever goes that route...unless you venture like I like to ride.

Drove through in February. Flat and brown but still enjoyed it. Saw egrets and some flowers.

2 months ago

Interesting trees. Enjoyed the short walk.

2 months ago

Paved and boardwalk. Lots of flowers and animals. Went in late February and saw several baby gators and a nest with anhinga chicks.

2 months ago

Camped here late February under coconut trees and mahogany trees. Lots of ospreys and white ibises. Beautiful sunset. Enjoyed walking around at dawn and watching the sunrise.

2 months ago

Went in late February at dusk. Saw spoonbills and a stork. Only place we really encountered mosquitos. Pretty walk.

2 months ago

Enjoyed the easy flat paved trail along the water’s edge. Saw lots of lizards and hermit crabs. We walked this in late Feb.

Solid end of the day trail. Nice and flat, but not as many views as you'll find elsewhere in the park

road biking
2 months ago

Absolutely beautiful trail through the Everglades. Bring sunscreen—no tree cover on trail.

road biking
no shade
2 months ago

hiking
no shade
3 months ago

road biking
3 months ago

Very flat, so the 15 miles goes quick (about 2 hours). Did it in mid-February, but still 85 degrees. No water along the trail, so prep accordingly. Close encounters with a couple dozen gators, beautiful (and large) birds and a few turtles. Great time.

on Flamingo Campground

hiking
3 months ago

short would have loved to keep going

road biking
bugs
no shade
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Walked the entire loop but wouldn't do it again. I would walk the west side to the observation tower and then walk back on the same side. I saw lots of fish, birds and gators on the west side and few birds, no fish and 5 gators on the east side. I would bike the whole loop though. Nice outing .

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