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When you come to the Florida Everglades, you are in for a real treat. There are so many things to do, see, touch and learn! The Florida Everglades conjures descriptions of a vast swampland with alligators, birds, panthers, frogs and snakes. This wild environment, covering a large part of the state’s southern end, holds great secrets and mystery. The Florida Everglades are a place filled with water, wildlife and wonder. It is an ecosystem that has been home to the Florida Seminole Tribe for over 300 years. A place they fled to for survival; which no one gave chase as the land was thought to be inhabitable. Not only did they survive, but the Seminoles flourished magnificently.  How much do you know about this vast environment? Rather than get you confused with a multitude of facts, here are ten quick ones to get you started: The Everglades is more than 1,508,538 acres

If you often find yourself daydreaming of what it would be like to quit your job, hop in an RV and spend the rest of your days exploring, sunbathing, and pike driving into tranquility, you’re not alone. Recreation vehicles are a multi-billion-dollar industry, raking in more than $50 billion in 2015. So many Americans are drawn to the alternative lifestyle, in fact, that more RV’s are manufactured in the United States than in the entire world combined, and with the facts all in, it’s easy to conclude why. But, if you need reasons, here are your top five: 1. Where You Go, it Goes Sometimes we love material items so much that we want to put them in our pocket and take them wherever we go. While RV’s won’t shrink on demand, they will be your travel companion wherever you venture out. Having a place to cook, eat and sleep comfortably every

The holiday season is just about here, and you wouldn’t be left out in the cold when you come to Seminole Big Cypress Reservation. As a matter of fact, things are heating up with two great events that will highlight the season of giving. First, the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum will host their 2nd annual Museum Store Sunday on November 25th. This will help you round out the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend. Next, Billie Swamp Safari will turn into the South Pole of the Florida Everglades when it hosts Santa at Safari on December 22-23. Family fun will abound and gives you a great reason to escape the hustle and bustle of shopping and come out to Big Cypress for a well-deserved break. Museum Store Sunday Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum Sunday, November 25th 9 AM – 5 PM Information 877-902-1113   The Sunday after Thanksgiving, the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum Store will be hosting our second annual Museum Store Sunday, joining 900 museum stores

The Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Big Cypress Reservation is a well-established tourist destination located in the Florida Everglades. Each day we welcome visitors to the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum.  Everyday local Floridians and worldwide visitors make their way to the Seminole Big Cypress Reservation for the opportunity to break away from everyday life and experience a slice of Seminole life. Here are the top four reasons why visitors come on a regular basis. Learn Seminole History There is no better place to learn then at a museum!  The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum’s goal is to foster an understanding and appreciation of the Seminole Tribe. The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is home to more than 180,000 unique artifacts, archival items and experiences. Come and learn about the Seminole people and their rich cultural and historical ties to the Southeast United States and Florida. Find out why the Seminoles are the only tribe in America to be unconquered. The Museum features

Conserving and protecting the Florida Everglades and its wildlife is a top priority for the Seminole Tribe. It’s been said that “the land and Seminoles are one, and if the land perishes, then so do the Seminoles.” With countless species of animals, many endangered or threatened, it’s easy to see why so many groups, both private and public work towards this goal. A wetland of international importance, the Everglades is one of the last natural environments in the United States where families can enjoy sightseeing, adventure and more. There aren’t many landscapes as spectacular in America as the Florida Everglades. An impressive aquatic ecosystem covering more than 18,000 square miles, the Florida Everglades is a natural marvel. It also home to a plethora of plants and animals - some threatened or endangered. Aside from its natural beauty, the ecosystem provides millions of South Floridians with drinking water and is a vital