Everglades Holiday Park makes it easy for anyone to explore the deep, winding waterways of the Everglades, a 1.5-million-acre subtropical wilderness of sawgrass marshes, hardwood hammocks, and mangrove forests. Our fleet of state-of-the-art, covered airboats offer the most comfortable and safe seating for the best, guided airboat tour of the Everglades. With experienced captains who know the most adventurous pathways, you’re guaranteed to have a great time when you spend a day at EHP.
Those who may not have access to transportation, or wish to visit our park together in large groups – not to worry! We’ve got you covered. Our park offers Everglades tours with provided transportation. Call our team today and setup your visit to our 29-acre entrance to the heart of the ‘glades.
Our Everglades tours with transportation are perfect for making the most of out your day. Round trip transportation to and from the park is perfect for anyone planning:
- School field trips
- Birthday parties
- Corporate events
- Private tours
- Summer camps
- VIP tours
Get ready for your adventurous day on a 60-minute airboat tour, watching live alligator shows, and interacting with exotic animals, and leave the planning to us! Our team can arrange for pick up in Broward, Dade, and Palm Beach counties.
Not to mention, our full-service deli, café, snack bar, and convenience store have everything you need to enjoy a full-day on our turf!
Exploring the Everglades has never been easier. Call Everglades Holiday Park today to set up your Everglades tour with transportation – 954-434-8113This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .
Everglades Holiday Park, located in Fort Lauderdale Florida, is South Florida’s most popular alligator attraction, with 29-acres of wetlands bursting with exotic plants and wildlife. Visitors from all over the world visit Everglades Holiday Park each year for a chance to embark on a guided airboat tour, explore the grounds, check out endangered species, and watch as a professional wrestles a large alligator, one-on-one.
Visitors to the park can enjoy a 60-minute, narrated airboat tour led by a professional airboat captain who doubles as an Everglades expert. Once visitors get the chance to glide through the waterways of the Everglades and pull right up to American alligators, fish, birds, turtles, and more, they’ll get the chance to watch a live alligator show right on our grounds.
Our show is always exciting, as a member of the Alligator Boys rescue team stands amongst a pool of giant alligators, performs stunts, tricks, and even shares some interesting information on the reptiles. Recently, we renovated our alligator pit with a new look, allowing for perfect views no matter where you’re seated. And now, we’ve got more great news! Everglades Holiday Park is excited to announce that our gator shows just got even BETTER! We’re now offering covered seating so those viewing our thrilling show can watch a member of our team wrestle an American alligator with their bare hands, all from the comfort of our shaded stands.
Seating at our Alligator show is wheelchair accessible, and only seats a limited number of guests at once, which means every seat offers only the best view of the show. You’ll be just on the other side of the glass from our Gator Boys Alligator Rescue team, and with our new covered seating, you can enjoy the show with a little shade and a cool breeze.
Tickets for Everglades Holiday Park’s live alligator show can be bought with an airboat ride ticket, or sold separately. Call today to learn about our new, comfortable seating options for our live gator show.This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .
October is finally among us, and that means the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month – an annual campaign to increase awareness of the second most common cancer found in women all over the world. As an active member of the South Florida community, Everglades Holiday Park’s goal is to ensure the health of not only the life within the Everglades, but also the local communities that surround it. Through the month of October, our team of Everglades enthusiasts will be promoting breast cancer awareness in our very own, unique way: The Ta-Ta Express.
Want to show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness in South Florida? Climb aboard the Ta-Ta Express, an airboat decked out in pink – the color that represents awareness, support, and strength for survivors, patients, family, and friends. This brand-new airboat is expected to hit the waters in early October, helping visitors to our park get the message of Breast Cancer Awareness out. One of our expert airboat captains will guide you through the waterways, where you’ll witness the true beauty of the Everglade’s flourishing waterways, home to thousands of plants and animals.
Not to mention, October is the perfect time of year to explore Florida’s 1.5-million-acre natural treasure. With the summer heat cooling down, fall is in full swing with cool breezes and calm waters – perfect for gliding across the waterways in our state-of-the-art airboats. Why not adventure through the ‘glades while showing your support in our nation’s fight against cancer?
Call us today and find out how you can spend a day at South Florida’s most exciting alligator park!This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .
The 2017 school year is in full swing, and your kids are working hard to stay on top of school work and homework. With the hustle and bustle of daily life, parents might be seeking a fun way to spend quality time with their kids and reward them for their hard work and focus. Look no further than Everglades Holiday Park. Our park, located at the West end of Griffin road, just off U.S. 27 spans over 29 acres of wetlands, opening to the heart of the Everglades - South Florida’s natural treasure.
Our grounds offer plenty of activities for kids and adults to enjoy, including:
• 60-minute, narrated airboat rides for kids – led by our expert captains who know exactly where to find the most exciting spots in the ‘glades
• Live alligator wrestling show - hosted by a member of the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue Team
• Animal Encounters Program – where you can spend 45 minutes interacting with 5 different animals
• Boat Rentals & Fishing – Rent our Jon boats, or get your fishing license in just minutes and go fishing in the Everglades
An afternoon trip to our South Florida adventure park is a great way to spend time with your children. There are many advantages to keeping your kids active after school, and with so many activities in one location, Everglades Holiday Park is the perfect spot. We’re conveniently located close to Fort Lauderdale and Miami, making us easily accessible for families all over Miami and Broward. Plus, you won’t have to worry about grabbing dinner afterward – our full-service café offers a wide variety of options for you and your family to enjoy!
Our park is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine. Our last airboat departs at 4:40 p.m., and our last gator show starts at 5 p.m. The hours may change throughout the year according to daylight savings.
Kids are always in pursuit of fun, and Everglades Holiday Park is the perfect destination for an adventurous afternoon exploring the great outdoors. The days may seem long but the years fly by. Enjoy your time with your kids at Everglades Holiday Park, and take them on an adventure they’ll never forget.This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .
As Everglades experts, our team at Everglades Holiday Park is frequently asked, “when is the best time of year to take an airboat ride in Florida?”. With a tropical climate and seemingly endless sunshine, there’s really no bad time to hop on one of our state-of-the-art airboats and fly across the waters of the Everglades. Rather than noticeable changes in the air and color of the leaves, the seasonal changes in the Everglades mean variation in animal activity and water levels. There are, however, some perks of taking an airboat ride in the fall months, and here’s why:
1. The Weather
With a nickname like “the Sunshine State”, it’s no surprise that South Florida temperatures can get pretty hot most of the year. However, fall in South Florida means temperatures drop a few degrees, making conditions out on the water a little more comfortable – especially for those who aren’t used to the heat like South Florida natives. The drop-in temperature is usually accompanied by an enjoyable breeze that helps keep you cool and away from any pests while you’re out exploring the thriving waters of the Everglades.
2. The Animals
Seasonal variations can affect the frequency in which certain animals are spotted. With cooler temperatures and lower water levels during the fall and winter months, visitors might have a better chance at spotting some of the Everglades most famous animals. The American alligator, for example, regularly sunbathes on the shores during these months to regulate its body temperature.
3. Less Crowds
As one of the most popular summertime attractions, South Florida experiences a major influx of visitors during the summer months. In fall, however, when kids are back in school and families are traveling less, you may enjoy fewer crowds at our South Florida alligator park.
South Florida with it’s ideal climate creates a perfect atmosphere for visitors year-round, however visitors might enjoy an airboat ride in the fall a little more! Learn more about airboat tours on our website, and book your tour today! This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .