Whether you want to experience a taste of our beautiful sub-tropical wilderness or just want to explore one of Florida’s most quaint, quirky and charismatic old outposts, our family-owned Ivey House will provide you and your family wonderful, peaceful accommodations by night and exciting Everglades Adventures by day.
The Ivey House is TripAdvisor’s #1 rated lodging facility in Everglades City. We are proud to offer lodging to best suit your needs. Our modern Inn offers spacious rooms, each surrounding our beautifully landscaped screened-in tropical courtyard and pool. All rooms include a delicious complimentary breakfast with each night’s stay.
As relaxing and comfortable as your nights will be, your days will be filled with fun and excitement with Everglades Adventures, the leading provider of eco-tours in the western Everglades. Located at Ivey House, our Everglades Adventures provides guided canoe and kayak paddle excursions deep into magical, mysterious Everglades. For travelers who want to experience the beautiful Everglades on their own, Everglades Adventures also offers canoe and kayak rentals.
Come join us for a remarkable stay and adventures of a lifetime in America’s largest and most diverse subtropical wilderness.
We are fortunate to live and play in the Everglades and are dedicated to making the Ivey House and Everglades Adventures as environmentally friendly as possible. We realize a resourcethis precious is rare and are dedicated to taking steps necessary to protect it, not only for ourselves and our children but for the thousands of visitors who pass through this wilderness paradise each day.
As a proud member of the Florida Green Lodging Program through the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and Collier County’s first “Certified Green Lodging” location, we are committed to delivering a premium guest experience while using non-intrusive, high quality, eco-friendly products. We are committed to being vigilant in our quest to provide a fun, comfortable destination for our guests to experience Everglades National Park.