For the first time, Everglades National Park wants visitors who enter the park by water, including fishing guides’ customers, to pay an entrance fee online. The change is intended to make fees equitable among all visitors, park officials say.  Photo by Joe Rimkus Jr./Miami Herald archive
For the first time, Everglades National Park wants visitors who enter the park by water, including fishing guides’ customers, to pay an entrance fee online. The change is intended to make fees equitable among all visitors, park officials say. Photo by Joe Rimkus Jr./Miami Herald archive Joe Rimkus Jr. MIAMI HERALD Staff
For the first time, Everglades National Park wants visitors who enter the park by water, including fishing guides’ customers, to pay an entrance fee online. The change is intended to make fees equitable among all visitors, park officials say. Photo by Joe Rimkus Jr./Miami Herald archive Joe Rimkus Jr. MIAMI HERALD Staff

Everglades Park fees to increase. Should boaters pay? Now’s your chance to weigh in

August 06, 2018 05:59 PM