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The roadway to the trail was semi-flooded & made me nervous driving through it. The walkway entrance & exit also was flooded, past your ankles, so we had to to take off our shoes. It was a short walk with a nice overlook. We enjoyed...More
Well paved trail was easy to negotiate and short. Go through the accessible side, there is a gentle uphill grade, and an overlook with a marvelous view of the slough. More birds and flowers were visible here. Take the steps down and the whole walk...More
This short trail is worth a quick stop. It's a boardwalk to an elevated deck overlooking the river of grass. Look in the woods by the overlook to see if the owl is there. It was pretty cool to see the owl so close; he...More
We rolled into Everglades National Park after taking most of the day to drive up from Key West, and after stopping at the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center, we drove out to the Pa-Hay-Okee trail for our first walk. It's a short loop over a...More
The park is so full of wonderful trails that this one is too short and with hardly no interest. Probably because it was the dry season and you could see anything from the hide. Probably worthy in the wet season
This was the best place we found to get an elevated view of the Everglades. It's a very short boardwalk (about five minutes to walk the whole thing), but the lookout tower give a lovely view, especially if you are a bird watcher. There was...More
A very short boardwalk trail. Some parts are elevated so you can see far across the grasslands. A nice quick stop but nothing amazing in my opinion. I imagine would make a great stop around sunset/sunrise though.