Go to Everglades National Park for your summer RV camping vacation; you will have a story of a lifetime to tell to family and friends.
By Skip Clement
Everglades National Park
Spanning 1.5 million acres, much of southern Florida’s Everglades National Park [ENP] is covered by water, meaning there are excellent fishing opportunities throughout the park. Everglades gives visitors a chance to cast in both fresh and saltwater fish.
A guide will quadruple your enjoyment and protect you from being too adventurous because, in the saltwater portion of the park [by far the most significant part], crocodiles, alligators, and sharks see paddle boarders, rubber-rafters, and swimmers as food.
Plenty of big ass largemouth bass in the freshwater interior of the park, along with many other species, and tarpon, snook, and redfish are found in the saltwater along with many other species.
For the RV’er, ENP is a perfect stay, and summer is a great time to be in the park with a guide or off-duty park ranger. Of course, having good AC is a must in South Florida in all seasons.
Here are some links you will need:
Best fly fishing guide for ENP . . .
Fly Shops contact info: