Everglades Airpark

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Immediately outside the environs of this 29-acre airpark are a number of environmentally sensitive, protected lands. The airpark is situated immediately southwest of the Big Cypress National Preserve, and is surrounded on three sides by the waters of Everglades National Park. The Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve and Collier Seminole State Park are to the north. The Gulf Visitor Center and National Park Ranger Station, within walking distance of the airpark, provide canoe rentals, tour boats and docks for itinerant boats.

Aerial view of Everglades airport runways

Stone crabs, blue crabs and manatee are commonplace in the Waters of Chokoloskee Bay running along the west side of the airpark.  The annual Seafood Festival attracts thousands of people every year, and the Florida Department of Transportation estimates the Economic Impact of Everglades Airport to be just over $1 Million annually.

650 E.C. Airpark Road
Everglades City, FL 34139
(239) 695-2778
Fax (239) 695-3558

For additional information about the Everglades area contact the Everglades Chamber of Commerce.

  • The airpark has a 2,400-foot runway
  • Chevron Fuel 100 LL self-service available 24/7
  • Pilots' lounge
  • Flight planning room
  • Passenger terminal
  • Most Businesses will pick-up
  • Bicycles available for rent 
  • Refreshment vending machines
  • Minutes from fishing, airboats, swamp buggies, everglades tours, and dining

       Rates & Fees                                                                                            Airport Layout Plan

Airpark Businesses:

Business Name PHONE                                              EMAIL
WINGS 10,000 Island Aero Tours (239) 695-3296 (Nov - May)  
(907) 441-5736 (All Year)
Corporate Jet Care (727) 505-2626

WINGS 10,000 Island Aero Tours, located at the airpark, operates seasonally (November through May) providing flightseeing tours in an Alaskan Floatplane over the 10,000 islands, the Everglades, the Keys or the Dry Tortugas. Charter service is also available to Key West, Orlando, Daytona, St. Augustine and other favorite Florida destinations.

Professional aircraft detailing services are provided by Corporate Jet Care, LLC.
Orange Plane on TarmacEverglades City Airpark (X01) History
In 1947, Everglades City was home to the County seat, as well as a host of businesses. With the Collier family's business flourishing in Everglades City, the Collier brothers contracted to have an airport built in the City so they might fly in daily from their home base in Palm Beach.  

Initially the runway was a 1,000 foot paved strip with 500 feet of grass on either end. The newly built airport was used by the Civil Air Patrol, and frequented by the Air Force in addition to private pilots. President Harry Truman was on hand to dedicate the National Park at the airport in December of 1947. Hurricane Donna swept through the area on September 9, 1960, taking with it the hanger, office, fuel station, and much of the development.  Soon after, the Collier family business moved to Naples along with the County seat. Collier County purchased Everglades Airpark from the Colliers for $125,000 in 1968 and maintained the property until the Airport Authority was created to operate the airpark in 1993. Everglades Airpark, our “Eco-tourism Airport,” is now the destination for vacationers and outdoor adventurers who come from all over to fish, boat, camp, and explore the magnificent natural beauty of the Everglades.

Pilot Information

Air Nav Listing                    X01 Information

Communications Navigation
Unicom 123.075 Elevation 5 ft.
Runway 15/33, 50 x 2400, Asph, Med

Lat/Long: 25-50-55.362N/081-23-24.286W

Note: Specific business information on this website is provided as a courtesy and is not an endorsement of any business or service listed.  These businesses are privately owned and operated and are not part of Collier County Government.


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