It’s been nearly three decades since Bob Freer and his wife Barbara began rescuing and rehabilitating the area’s injured animals. Their privately owned wildlife sanctuary, which operates as a nonprofit, is home to snakes, alligators and other native Florida creatures. In addition to hosting school groups and offering guided tours (free for groups of more than 15), Everglades Outpost offers alligator shows and an on-site archeology exhibit, among other types of educational programming.
|Venue name:||Everglades Outpost Wildlife Rescue|
35601 SW 192nd Ave
|Cross street:||between 355th and 358th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon, Tu, Fri–Sun 10am–5pm|
|Transport:||Public transportation unavailable.|
|Price:||$12, children $8, under 5 free|
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