Everglades Holiday Park is a Broward County regional park and is located at (21940 Griffin Road in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33332), one-half mile west of US 27.
Everglades Fishing guides truly enjoy taking anglers of all skill levels from beginner to expert out for an action packed Everglades fishing adventure. Anglers travel from all around the globe to fish, vacation and photograph the unspoiled waters of the remote Florida Everglades Holiday Park recreational area.
While staying in the Everglades Holiday Park area we highly recommend staying at the DoubleTree by Hilton Sunrise-Sawgrass Mills.
We will take you fishing in these unforgettable destinations out of Everglade Holiday Park where we’ll fish the rock shorelines, shallow flats, and sawgrass flat bays for the most popular game fish in the world, the Florida largemouth bass is the origianl hard fighting spcies that has never been stocked, just naturaly grown.
Everglades Holiday Park specializes in largemouth bass fishing, one of the worlds most sought after locations for bass fishing for the master angler of the flats and canals, and sight fishing. This is bass angling at its best and it will have your adrenalin pumping! And the satisfaction of landing up to 150 bass a day, or the ability to catch the trophy of a lifetime will stay with you forever.
The area fished is Everglades Holiday Park in southeast Florida which includes Miami, Ft Lauderdale and Palm Beach. All areas which provide endless possibilities to hook into a trophy bass. Please browse our Everglades Fishing Reports for actual photos and catchess from our fishing adventures.
Broward County EHP Everglades Holiday Park is strategically located on land that was owned by a Broward County farmer who generously contributed the site to Broward County for public recreational use. The site was identified as a proposed recreational site by the agency that ultimately became the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD). Broward County leased the land to the agency that is now known as the Florida Fish and Game Conservation Commission, which in turn subleased it to a series of concessionaires. The concessionaires operate airboat rides, bait sales, snack bar/refreshments, boat rentals, and a campsite. The site’s four boat ramps provide boaters access to a significant portion of the Everglades. EHP is Broward County’s only direct access to the Florida Everglades. Currently an educational group called Science Eye runs an environmental science education program for school children and others. The SFWMD’s Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Program (CERP)has preliminary plans for a parking area, a bridge over the C-11 canal. Broward County’s Greenways and Blueways master plan proposes a major trailhead at the site that would ultimately provide multipurpose trail access throughout Broward County.
The Everglades Holiday Park recreational users are: air-boaters, anglers, birders, campers, equestrians, hikers, bikers, kayakers, canoeists, power boaters, picnickers, tourists, scouts, and photographers. Many such users are involved in organizations such as: Florida Trail Riders, International Game Fish Association, Broward County Airboat, Halftrack and Conservation Club, South Florida Anglers for Everglades Restoration, etc.
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