12085 S.R. 29
Immokalee, FL 34142

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Serves as habitat for the Florida panther and other wildlife, and as a research site for the Native Orchid Restoration Project. There are two hiking trails open to the public.

Details & Amenities


Natural Wildlife Viewing


Green Listing

Disabled Traveler Information

ADA Compliant

Facility Amenities

Bus Parking
Covered Pavilion

General Information

Dates Closed: Wet season water levels and biting insects present challenges that visiting hikers must be prepared for during the summer months. Call Headquarters to check trail conditions: 239-657-8001
Hours: Sunrise-Sunset, Daylight Hours Only.
Open Year-Round

Guest Information

Family Friendly

Information/Services Provided

Maps Available

Rate Information

Free Admission

Tour Information

Self-Guided tours


Hiking/Nature Trails
Nature Preserve
Protected Species Habitat


Annual Open House Field Day

March 16, 2019, Annually on the third Saturday of March | 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Immokalee Area

Open House is a family-friendly, free, environmental education field day at Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge and sponsored by Friends of the F...

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