"Six Mile Cypress Slough" Fort Myers Things to Do Tip by lar-n-me

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Six Mile Cypress Slough (pronounced 'slew') is fun if you're into walking through the 'swamplands' on a mile long boardwalk about 4 feet off the ground. This is a great place to view southern wildlife. I saw my first wild alligator here (and even some lonnnng (yikes) water moccasins. I'm not too into snakes....) Winter months are best for viewing wildlife. Guided tours are offered Wednesday and Saturday mornings.
They also have a picnic area and amphitheater.

Hours: 8:00a.m. - sundown 365 days of the year
Website:
six mile cypress slough

Address: 7751 Penzance Crossing, Fort Myers, FL
Directions: From U.S. 41, take Colonial Blvd. east to Six Mile Cypress Parkway. Turn right on Six Mile Cypress and travel approximately 1-1/2 miles to the preserve entrance on the left.
Phone: 1-239-432-2004

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  • Updated Apr 25, 2004
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