Parkway Motel & Marina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParkway Motel & Marina Chokoloskee
This was a great place to stay after an Everglades paddling trip that departed from the Everglades Area Tours location within easy walking distance. We stayed here one night after the paddle trip into the Mangrove Tunnel and then left for a morning Dolphin and Wildlife tour that left from Goodland which is about 45 minute drive away.
Clean rooms. Bill was extremely helpful and knowledgeable about the area and best places to eat. It would have been nice to have a Queen Bed option, but the full beds worked out fine.
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... from the ground". Yes, my reaction was the same as yours.
I first met Hesutu when my class had a field trip to her Seminole reservation located in the Big Cypress National Reserve way back when. While all of my other classmates were busy in the gift shop, I was exploring the camp grounds, and came across some kids my age playing with corn dolls. I would later learn that the craft of making these dolls is often passed down ...