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National Parks Traveler June Webinar: Slough Slogs and Park Funding in Everglades National Park

Traveler editor Kurt Repanshek and Yvette Cano on an Everglades “slough slog” / Traveler correspondent Kim O’Connell photo

If you listened to the National Parks Traveler’s podcast episode 166, you’ll know what a “slough (slew) slog” is. It was a fun podcast to listen to and I learned some new things from it. It’s worth a listen. Anyway, this June 6th will be the Traveler’s monthly webinar, and it’s about slough slogging and park funding in Everglades National Park. The Traveler’s editor Kurt Repanshek will host Yvette Cano, the park’s education director.

If you are interested in registering for this June webinar, click on the image above.

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Would You Pay $150/Night For A Tent In The Everglades?

Relaxing on the 40 Mile Porch

Trust me when I tell you, I’ve paid more than $150/night for a simple cabin (but with a bunch of other perks) at Camp Denali in Denali National Park. But, would I pay $150/night for a tent with a fan and a queen-sized bed and really, not much else, in Everglades National Park?

Would you?

The National Parks Traveler recently published an article about this $150/night tent and wants to know what you think. To read the article and leave your comment, click on the image above.

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