Airboats travel nine miles through the Everglades, gliding past stretches of sawgrass, alligator holes, and wetland wildlife
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $16 for an Everglades airboat tour for one ($23 value)
- $30 for an Everglades airboat tour for two ($46 value)
- $71 for an Everglades airboat tour for four ($92 value)
Guides pilot airboats through the Everglades for a nature and wildlife tour, pointing out alligators, herons, and endangered waterfowl. The tour concludes at the Coopertown Restaurant and gift shop.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. No reservation required. Boats vary in size, holding 12-30 people each. Boats run approximately every 20 minutes. Additional $3 park fee not included, applies to visitors age 16 and older. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with other offers or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Coopertown Airboat Tours
Back in 1945, Coopertown Airboat Tours was founded on frog legs. When John Cooper would take his airboat out frogging in the Everglades, observers often asked for rides in the unique machine. The demand became so great that he built a passenger airboat—and today, the company has a fleet of seven. Coopertown itself has a population of only eight, and is a largely wild slice of land on the edge of the Everglades, making the popular airboat tours a main source of traffic.
The airboats that depart from Coopertown head deep into the wetlands, where sawgrass covers the water and gators are plentiful. Guides point out a wide variety of wildlife, ranging from herons and turtles to endangered species such as the snail kite. For a more intimate encounter with nature, they also run private tours, voyaging into areas that are only accessible by smaller airboats. Tours typically culminate by the Coopertown restaurant and gift shop. There, guests can snack on the frog legs that started it all, or sample other swampland delights including gator-tail nuggets and catfish.