Visiting the Okefenokee Swamp Park instantly transports you into a prehistoric environment, populated by living dinosaurs – our alligators, as well as unique species of carnivorous plants, rare birds and the opportunity to learn more about the ancient Okefenokee cultures.
- Guided Boat Tour Packages
- Live Wildlife Shows
- Okefenokee Railroad Tours
- Pioneer Island Homestead
- Native Animal Habitats
- Nature Center & Serpentarium
- Gardens & Beauty Spots
- Cypress Cove Annex Meeting Facility
- Allie’s Nest
- Movies and Videos Filmed in the Okefenokee Swamp
- 2019 Okefenokeology 2.0 Class – Spring Semester
- Junior Naturalist Application
- 2018 Light Show Dates & Rates
Located in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, the Okefenokee Swamp Park is a convenient point of entry and a magnificent show-window for the “Land of the Trembling Earth.” The park’s lily-decked water trails, with their miraculously reflective waters mirroring the overhanging beauty, lead to all points in this vast wilderness of islands, lakes, jungles, forest and prairies. Boat tours on original Indian waterways, wilderness walkways, Pioneer Island and native animals in their own habitat, all combine to weave a spell of pioneer American life.
Headwaters of the Suwannee and St. Mary’s Rivers, Okefenokee is a National Wildlife Refuge which covers nearly a half million acres.Our Partners In Education Teacher Resources