Fort Lauderdale Airboat Tours

EVERGLADES: The River of Grass Adventures

The River Of Grass Airboat Tours Everglades Ft Lauderdale Florida 

Everglades River of Grass Adventures

US Hwy 27

Tamarac, FL  33321

(located 5.9 miles North of Exit 23 off I-75)

Reservations: 954-998-9225

(Serving Weston and surrounding area)


Everglades Wildlife Management Area – Water Conservation Area 2B

Everglades The River of Grass Adventures is committed to conservation and preservation. WE STRIVE TO PROVIDE THE BEST WILDLIFE VIEWING TOURS. Certified USCG Captains are also all true “Gladesmen” with exceptional knowledge of this amazing wilderness!

South Florida has two roads that go from the east coast (Miami/Fort Lauderdale) to the west coast (Naples/Marco Island) .  Both roads have 3 names, Highway 41 also know as SW 8th Street and the Tamiami Trail. The other is Interstate 75 also known as Alligator Alley and Everglades Parkway.  Both go directly through the south Florida’s Everglades. Highway 41 connects Miami and Everglades City/Marco Island and the Interstate 75 connects Fort Lauderdale and Naples. The two roads are beautifully scenic, the Everglades National Park, Everglades Francis Taylor Wildlife WMA, Big Cypress National Preserve and the Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve.

CALL FOR RESERVATION – Seasonal locations

Everglades River Of Grass Airboat Tours Parkland meets just 40 minutes from the Palm Beaches and 35 minutes from the Fort Lauderdale cruise Ports. Directly next to the Loxahatchee Wildlife Preserve

The River Of Grass Fort Lauderdale Airboat tours meet just  15 minutes from Everglades Holiday Park, 5 minutes from Sawgrass Recreational Park and 20 minutes from Sawgrass Mills Mall

Everglades River Of Grass Adventures Miami Airboat Tours and Day Tours meet just 5 miles from Gator Park, 20 Miles from Shark Valley and 20 minutes from Dolphin Mall

“The miracle of light pours over the green and brown expanse of saw grass and of water, shining and slowly moving, the grass and water that is the meaning and the central fact of the Everglades. It is a river of grass.” 

Marjory Stoneman Douglas  1890 – 1989