Stroll along the Mahogany Hammock Trail

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An easy 0.5 mile boardwalk takes you across marshes and through dense vegetation, making for a spectacular and unique hike.

Parking is available right next to the trailhead. Hop onto the boardwalk for a 0.5 mile hike through the Florida everglades. The boardwalk takes you across marshes and dense foliage. This place is home to many different animal species, so be on the lookout and be respectful of the space you share with them. This hike is popular and great for all levels.

Photos: Jamie Stewart, Guillaume Capron, Jordi E, Diana Robinson

Pack List

  • Water
  • Sun protection
  • Camera
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Activities:

Photography, Hiking

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Year Round

Trail Type:

Loop

Distance:

0.5 Miles

Features:

Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Scenic
Wildlife

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