Alligators have thrived in the Everglades for years but now they struggling to survive. University of Florida wildlife ecology professor Frank Mazzotti has been tagging and tracking alligators in the ‘Glades for 15 years.
Can you imagine swimming with wild alligators in the Everglades? It’s not something anyone would ever consider doing in their wildest dreams except for Hal Kreitman.
If you’re thinking it’s time to expand your horizons a bit, “let your hair down” as they say, why not visit Florida’s most exciting natural attraction, the Everglades?
Wow your kids with a super-charged and exciting birthday party at Everglades Holiday Park.
Forget about standing in long lines or paying outrageous ticket prices. Take in some real thrills and venture into the wilderness that is Everglades Holiday Park, home of the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue team.
A day trip to Everglades Holiday Park is easily one of the best things to do in Fort Lauderdale.
The replacement of an old wooden boardwalk has been put on hold as archaeologists poke and prod near a muddy pond located inside the Everglades National Park. The scientists are looking for evidence of a prehistoric culture.
Through the entire month of October, Everglades Holiday Park, in partnership with CBS4, is giving away tickets for hour-long narrated airboat tours followed by live alligator presentations in the world famous “Gator Pit”.
If you’re looking for charitable things to do with kids, here’s a glimpse into a few of the ways visiting Everglades Holiday Park can make a difference this year for our friends and neighbors.
Make your child’s birthday party, unique, exciting and yes, even educational at Everglades Holiday Park with a wildlife encounter they’ll treasure forever.