Escape the Winter Chill at Everglades Holiday Park
With January’s “bomb cyclone” slamming the east coast, many are left shoveling snow from their driveways and trying to defrost their hands and toes. The winter months up north are tough, tiring, and sometimes a little boring. What is there to do when its too cold to go outside?
We’ll tell you where it’s never too cold to go outside: Fort Lauderdale, Florida! This south Florida beach city is warm year-round, with the eastern part sitting on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and the western part feeding into the Florida Everglades. Fort Lauderdale is the perfect destination to get away from the seemingly endless cold and dreary winter. Here, it’s always sunny and 75.
If you’re looking for a winter get away that can liven up everyone’s spirits, head to Everglades Holiday Park for the best day trip in South Florida. Our park is operated by a team of Everglades professionals, from expert airboat captains to wildlife handlers, professional alligator wrestlers, environmental specialists and more. We’re here to show Floridians and visitors just how unique the thriving Everglades can be.
With over 1.5-million-acres to its name, Everglades National Park has limitless terrain and wildlife to explore. So, explore it the most exciting and safe way you can – on a high-speed, Everglades airboat tour with Everglades Holiday Park! We offer the best airboat rides in Florida, safe for adults and children of all ages.
Our park accommodates everyone, including large groups, small groups, and those with disabilities. We make sure everyone gets the best Everglades experience with our airboat excursions, live alligator shows featuring members of the Gator Boys alligator rescue team, and animal encounters where you can spend 45 minutes in a private setting playing, petting, and feeding wild animals!
Escape the winter cold and head to warm and sunny South Florida for the adventure of a lifetime. Call us today to book your airboat tickets! See our Everglades discount page for military members, children, AARP, and more.
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