po box 7965, naples, FL 34101-7965, US

(239) 353-1648


Everglades Edge

Welcome to Everglades Edge Eco tourism adventures.

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About Us

Get into Florida

The special plants and rare animals are amazing and vary constantly so it's never the same.

If you ever wonder about just what is happening beyond those warm and sandy beaches to make this place on the southwest coast of Florida  one of the best places on the planet; Beyond the buildings and roads and into the natural world not known and accessible to most people, we have those answers. EE offers easy to do rides and walks into a wetland world filled with Florida wildlife. 

As an example, almost all native Floridians have never seen the Florida panther.  Picayune Strand Forest has those magnificent creatures living there and probably the best place there is to witness a big cat in the wild doing its thing.


Ride bikes into a Florida State Forest way down south. A major wild place for visiting animals as well for the many endemic species living here all year.

Bike and hike. We like to ride and then walk into special places.

Picayune Strand Forest contains many hidden treasures for those who will take the time and effort to see for themselves. We can adjust each outing to hike more, bike less or vice versa too. 

We also have kayaks and canoes to get to places as well when the water is right.

Hiking, biking and kayaking; Human power is our preferred method to get in close and experience the special ecology of extreme southern Florida, where the Everglades meets the sea.

We provide everything including support vehicle and all provisions and tailor all our rides to the current conditions and the wants and needs of each tour group.

Our guides are extremely experienced and knowledgeable of the woods and local things all natural but also are very attuned to what the group is most interested in. That sometimes changes as we go along and we are very capable of adapting to your needs on the fly.

Bike Tour Price List



for all tours shown above : Each additional person registered as a couple or group receives 10% discount. under 21 another 10%.

Contact Us

Tell us what you're thinking and send us a message. We're always glad to talk tourism and nature and anything else about our region and eco-systems. We can accomodate most anything so please just ask. All inquiries are confidential and guest privacy is respected at all times.

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Everglades Edge Headquarters and Cafe

Picayune Strand State Forest off Snake Rd , Naples, Florida 34117, United States

(239) 353-1648

Call us anytime! We appreciate every question and are happy to assist.

Call or text directly to:   Wes - 239 280-8837

wrwa@att.net

Events

Events that are relevant to the Everglades Edge

May 18, 2019

Tour de Picayune Durrwalker Cup

8:30AM - 11pm

Snake Pit Camp

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May 18, 2019

Tour de Picayune Durrwalker Cup

A day of outdoor appreciation and bike riding. Fund raiser too for the Picayune Nature Club. http://www.tourdepicayune.org

8:30AM - 11pm

Snake Pit Camp

June 1, 2019

Early mornming ride.

7am - 10am

picayune Strand State Forest

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June 1, 2019

Early mornming ride.

Leave out at 7am from Snake Pit camp out to Levy parking#1 off Old Merrit. Ride south to check out southeast forest. Free. 

See http://www.picayunenatreclub.org.

7am - 10am

picayune Strand State Forest

June 17, 2019

FULL MOON

7pm - 10pm

Picayune Strand-Everglades Blvs and 52nd blvd.

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June 17, 2019

FULL MOON

Meet at the main kiosk and cruise around the Levies. Free.

7pm - 10pm

Picayune Strand-Everglades Blvs and 52nd blvd.

The EE Blog

Everyday and all day within the confines of Southwest Florida's Picayune Strand State Forest is where this blogger resides; Sharing information regarding hiking, birding and biking as well as the observations from general hanging out and  working and living life in a natural world far outnumbered by the wildlife living in a natural Florida world also known as the marshes, strands, and sloughs of Picayune Strand State Forest.