Flamingo Camping Guide
Everglades National Park has earned placement as a World Heritage Site and an International Biosphere Reserve. Because the area connects to the 99-mile wilderness waterway, Ten Thousand Islands, water activities, like kayaking and fishing, are among the most popular things to do at Flamingo. Wildlife across the bay includes manatees, dolphins, and plenty of shore birds. The red shouldered hawk and bald eagle can be spotted soaring overhead, and an array of woodpeckers can be seen-and heard-in the trees.
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