National Parks

Florida’s National Parks are significant destinations for visitors from all over the world.

One of the gems of the National Park system, Everglades National Park, offers some of the wildest backcountry experiences in the Southeast, as does its adjoining sister park, Big Cypress National Preserve. Biscayne National Park is all about the water, while our two National Seashores – Canaveral and Gulf Islands – showcase the beach. There are a score of smaller sites within the National Park System. Hiking, bicycling, and paddling trails are available in all of Florida’s National Parks.

What to see and do in Florida’s National Parks

National Parks in Florida

  • Otter Cave Hammock Trail Everglades National Park - Everglades National Park offers outdoor experiences ranging from wheelchair-accessible boardwalks and paved trails to rugged adventures in harsh wilderness habitats.