"Navigating the 1.5-million-acre Everglades National Park just got easier. From lists of necessary tools for a safe, dry and successful adventure to locating ground and beach campsites for weary campers to rest their boards, the guide works."-- St. Petersburg Times
"This well-organized, clearly written guide . . . covers all the conceivable necessities. . . . Invaluable."-- Tampa Tribune
"[Molloy] describes backcountry campsites; unusual chickees to Calusa Indian mounds to beachfront islands. . . . A good starting point for those who would attempt such an up-close visit to the Everglades."-- Ocala Star-Banner
"After learning all about the Everglades in this book, you might want to get out and see this unique place firsthand."-- Fairchild Tropical Garden Magazine
"Offers important information for boaters (tidal activity, campsites, routes to avoid, what to pack, wind challenges, approximate paddling time, and much more) and includes detailed maps . . . . [Molloy's] writing style is both authoritative and enticing; he can almost make you want to drift about in clouds of mosquitoes and no-see-ums."-- Library Journal
Whether forging uncharted territory or slipping along marked canoe trails, Molloy guides readers through more than 400 miles of creeks, bays, marshes, and the Gulf of Mexico. This indispensable reference has been comprehensively updated, and now includes GPS coordinates and twelve new paddle routes.