Ivey House

Address: 107 Camellia Street, Everglades City, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34139, United States | 2 star b&b
 
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This 2 star B&B, located on 107 Camellia Street, Everglades City, is near Everglades Area Tours, Captain Doug's, Everglades Island Airboat Tours, and Gulf Coast Visitor Center.
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      Gators Everywhere

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Mar 13, 2014

      67 photos

      After a bit of quiet time in Dunedin, DH was eager to get adventurous and check out another of our bucket list destinations- the Forida Everglades.

      To talk about them as the Florida Everglades is somewhat redundant because they are the only Everglades in the world (UNESCO designated the Everglades as one of only three wetland areas of …

      New Year in Naples

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Dec 30, 2014

      15 photos

      ... called the Sippy Hole. Go figure! Perhaps these millionaires prefer Swamp Buggies to Polo?

      We celebrate New Year's Eve by inviting Larry and Darcy over to see our “rig” for the first time and enjoy lunch and afternoon conversation. We wrap up the day with a visit to their rig and a wonderful supper.

      Our first outing for the new year was a visit with Larry and Darcy on New Year’s Day. After two months of living at ...

      See Ya Later Alligator!

      A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 11, 2014

      103 photos

      ... life in your hands. Today, we traveled at 30 mph and that was pretty darn cool. It was honestly most fun when he would do a sharp, fast turn. At one point Capt'n Harold drove us into a pond that looked like a dead end. The way the mangrove trees grow, it can be deceptive and so you constantly look for where the openings are. In this case, I scanned repeatedly for that opening because we were going a good strong clip. No opening - sharp, fast turn and we felt the high of air ...

      See you later Alligator

      A travel blog entry by phatchief666 on Sep 05, 2014

      ... surrounding cities. The building used to be a storage facility for irrigation pipes of an adjacent tomato farm. Following a fire at the original post office in 1953, the building was converted into the current small facility. I can imagine the queue is better than our local post offices though. We jumped back in the car and headed towards Coopertown Boat Tours. Beforehand though we stopped at Kirby Boardwalk. This was a pier walk that goes into the Everglades. ...

      Everglades

      A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Jul 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... and very scary gator who liked marsh mellows whilst the driver reassuringly informed us that in the past he has had to get gators off the boat who have leapt up. We then saw a family of raccoons who were friendly and in seek of biscuits! After we went to a so called 'sanctuary' which felt more like a farm/zoo which wasn't as ...