Everglades Dog Policy
Everglades National Park is Somewhat Dog Friendly
Everglades National Park is a World Heritage Site, and famous around the world for being a unique landscape of wetlands, mangroves, and tropical forests. There are many species of animals here, including alligators, American crocodiles, manatees, Florida panthers, and more. There are several roads throughout the park, but much of it is very remote and remote, and difficult to access.
Everglades National Park is somewhat dog friendly. Dogs are allowed on paved roads, but not on any trails or unpaved roads. They are allowed on private boats, however. Please be aware that there are many alligators in Everglades National Park, and be careful with any dogs near water.
- Pet Policy Details
- 2358 mi2
- Annual Visitors
Dogs are allowed in front-country campgrounds, but must be kept on a 6' leash.
|Long Pine Key Campground||Yes||Reservations/Info|
|Campground details from Recreation.gov|
Location & Map
Miami, Naples, and Homestead
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