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H.P. Williams Roadside Park

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Great boardwalk and when you're lucky you will see a lot of alligators

Boardwalk is the entrance to this park. If you're lucky you will see a lot of alligators rest near... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Gittepit
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Almere, The Netherlands
Easy access and beautiful location with lots of wildlife

Our everglades airboat captain recommended this as it's only a few miles from Everglades City. Easy... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
duggo763
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Corner of US Rt. 41 And Turner River Rd, Everglades City, FL
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Boardwalk is the entrance to this park. If you're lucky you will see a lot of alligators rest near the boardwalk or they swim in the water. You can also spot snakes resting on tree branches. After this boardwalk (with restrooms) you can drive further...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Our everglades airboat captain recommended this as it's only a few miles from Everglades City. Easy access boardwalk along a beautiful bayou with lots of wildlife including alligators.

Thank duggo763
Reviewed 27 June 2018

I came here just after dusk to experience the Big Cypress Swamp at night, and it was well worth a quick stop. My head lamp quickly picked up the glowing eyes of several alligators, which I watched as they eerily moved toward me through the...More

Thank Kristen E
Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

We visited Naples 2 years ago and didn't see any alligators apart from at the zoo! I did some more research before this visit and found a few roadside parks/other areas to visit. We were lucky enough to see 2 basking in the sun. Was...More

Thank sarahm2921
Reviewed 28 May 2018

On the way back to Miami on the Tamiami Highway, we stopped at the Roadside Park. It's really mostly a bathroom and picnic break area. There's a little boardwalk overlooking a pond. Got to see some of our first alligators of the trip. (Was more...More

Thank MikeB1952
Reviewed 24 April 2018

Nice and safe boardwalk with clear viewing areas to see many Alligators, Fish, Turtles, and Water Birds.

Thank wascuba40
Reviewed 9 April 2018

The perfect rest stop for us with several alligators resting in the water and a guide educating us on what we saw. Well worth a stop!

Thank David H
Reviewed 8 April 2018

Stopped for a short little visit. A nice short boardwalk to see many alligators, birds, fish and a turtle. Wasn't overly busy either. Bathrooms available.

Thank DutchLace
Reviewed 6 April 2018

We weren't going deep into the Everglades, so this was my chance to see wild alligators. And this small boardwalk lived up to its reputation for having alligators and lots of interesting fish.

Thank NorthCountry010
Reviewed 5 April 2018

We went to Turner River Roadside Park to see the alligators sunning on the bank and swimming in the water. We saw fish in the river and birds sunning themselves. Nice boardwalk along the river.

Thank judilw
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