What’s more engaging than watching a ten-foot alligator parade around in front of you? Not much, and that’s exactly why folks looking for the best tourist attractions in Ft. Lauderdale choose to visit Everglades Holiday Park for family fun adventure.
We talk about the hugely popular reality TV show – Gator Boys – the show follows alligator trappers who get rid of nuisance gators here in South Florida – and we talk about how a lot of the scenes are shot at the Everglades Holiday Park.
A Florida man did not imagine his fishing trip with his son would end with them aboard a Broward Sherriff’s Fire Rescue Unit.
Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, an avid photographer or just a mom with kids looking for things to do in Fort Lauderdale, you’re likely to love what Everglades Holiday Park has to offer. From boating to fishing to live alligator shows and more, a day trip to the park is filled with iconic scenery, thrills and adventure.
If your organization is seeking a destination for corporate events in Fort Lauderdale, here’s how a day trip to Everglades Holiday Park can motivate, excite and inspire your team with an exciting, adrenalin-charged day retreat they’ll talk about for years to come.
South Florida is recognized world wide for its amazing parks and waterways. The Everglades is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States and Everglades National Park boat tours offer a once in a lifetime chance to experience wildlife in its natural environment.
With over twenty-three miles of beachfront, Fort Lauderdale Florida is certainly not short on water activities and fun. But when you’re looking for something a little more creative than lounging on the beach, journeying through the Everglades by airboat is top of the list.
Birthday are special so make the birthday party even more special at Everglades Holiday Park.
One of the most unique and memorable experiences in South Florida is taking an airboat tour through the Everglades.
Florida voters may pass a constitutional amendment that would set aside billions of dollars for land conservation and other environmental projects in the state.