Anhinga

Anhinga

Map
State Rd. 9336, Royal Palm Visitor's Center, Homestead, FL 33034, United States

Home to many species of wildlife, this 0.8-mile trail through the Everglades begins at the Royal Palm Visitor Center. The path runs over the sawgrass marsh known as Taylor Slough, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Wildlife visible in the vicinity of the trail includes alligators, turtles, egrets, and the trail’s namesake anhinga, a variety of large water bird. The abundance of wildlife has made the Anhinga one of the most popular trails in the Everglades, and winter is the best time to catch a glimpse of these creatures.




Other Nearby Things to Do
travel package
The Mystery: Made from 1,100 tons of megalithic... Read More
journal
Go wild over the exotic orchids in nurseries. Read More
journal
Located in Homestead, just east of Everglades N... Read More
journal
Do not leave Homestead without stocking up on t... Read More
photos
The only park of its kind in the United States,... Read More
suitcase
Ninety-five percent of this colorful park on Mi... Read More
Nearby Hotels
travel package
Rebuilt in 1914 after a fire, the Redland Hotel... Read More
camera and maps
Renovated in 2012, The Gale is an ode to Miami’... Read More
travel package
An unexpected departure from bustling Ocean Dri... Read More
travel package
Snag yourself one of the 18 rooms at this quiet... Read More
photos
The Standard distinguishes itself by its locati... Read More
suitcase
This bayfront darling earns top marks for its c... Read More
Nearby Restaurants
photos
Oversized cinnamon rolls, red velvet pancakes, ... Read More
journal
After a brief hiatus, Icebox Café reopened to t... Read More
camera and maps
Breakfast is a perpetual and round-the-clock of... Read More
camera and maps
After two decades in Montreal, Chef Claude Post... Read More
journal
Don’t be fooled by its name or unassuming locat... Read More
photos
Michael Schwartz is the sovereign of an enormou... Read More
Advertisement
Advertisement