Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife RefugeCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Timings: 05:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park
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We got to see George L. and one of the smaller alligators twice. Lots of people are fishing and it seems that the gators will come by any catch and see if it is worth their time to grab it before you do! Canoes were available for rent, but we walked around and took the dirt road along the side of the water. Lots to see, if we would have brought more water with us it would’ve been a great time to get out on the boats. Speaking to folks, there are so many bass this time of year he was pulling in 10 to 20 per hour on a regular basis.
One of Boynton's great hidden gems. Always nice to just get away from the city and breathe some natural air surrounded by beautiful cypress trees. Don't miss the visitor center's night sounds of the Everglades experience!!!
Great wildlife refuge. Plenty of places to walk through. Tons of birds and Gators. Great visitor center. Well worth a visit.
Northernmost everglades ecology at its most pristine. A wonderful low key refuge.
Love it! Such a peaceful place. The view of the everglades is beautiful and the wildlife is very active. We've been coming here for like 18 year (god that makes me feel old lol). Whenever we have family from out of state this is always on our itinerary.