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- Up to six people
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Adventure, Enchantment, and Seclusion Await You!
Located behind Clyde Butcher’s gallery in the Big Cypress National Preserve in the center of over a million acres of wilderness, the cabins allow you to escape to the Florida Everglades in comfort while exploring this one-of-a-kind ecosystem. Our charming bungalow offers you all the comforts of home, yet it’s a hideaway nestled within the cypress swamp.
Be sure to bring your own groceries – there are no grocery stores or restaurants in the immediate area.
When you complete your booking, you will receive a confirmation email that will include a code for 20% off either of our beautiful eco-tours! When you book your tour, enter the code into the labeled box to receive your discount.
- Master bedroom: king bed, private bath
- Guest bedroom: queen bed, hall bath
- Glassed-in viewing room
- Sleeper sofa in the viewing room and in the living room
- Full kitchen with dishwasher and washer and dryer
- Satellite TV
- Air conditioning
- Gas and charcoal grill
- Incredible views of the nature that surrounds you
Behind Clyde Butcher’s Big Cypress Gallery, located along the scenic Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41), 47 miles east of Naples and 36 miles west of Miami at Mile Marker 54.5, about half a mile east of the Big Cypress National Preserve Oasis Visitor Center.
If you require a late check-in, please call our gallery before 5 p.m. to allow our staff to assist you. If we have not been contacted by the end of the business day, unfortunately, your first night’s reservation will be forfeited. 239-695-2428
Plan a 2-3 night stay – there is a lot to do and see! Located just 17 miles to the east is the Everglades National Park, Shark Valley. Ride the tram, bike, or walk up the tower ramp for excellent viewing of the swamp. During the winter months, birds are in abundance, and identifying them is a fun activity. Everglades City is located 25 miles to the west. This location is excellent for kayaking through mangroves, fishing, airboat tours, and dining.
If you want to stay close by, the Big Cypress National Preserve Oasis Visitor Center is just a few miles west of us. Park Rangers are happy to inform you of the activities, including guided canoe rides down Turner River (where you can explore mangrove tunnels), guided hikes, viewing the night sky, and much more. Also close by, just 8.5 miles to the east, is Kirby Storter Roadside Park. There you can enjoy a 1-mile round trip boardwalk stroll through a mature cypress strand.
Only 6 miles from our location is Loop Road. As you travel down Loop Road, you’ll come to the Gator Hook trail, where there are picnic tables and a restroom. Gator Hook Trail is where Clyde took one of his well-known photographs. Further along the road is Sweet Water, a creek that flows under the road and a great spot for early morning bird watching.