Afternoon Retreat for Female Veterans @ Fishing in the Everglades


Let's take a break!!! We all need it!!! Enjoy an afternoon retreat with like minded strong FEMALE VETERANS.


Don’t forget your mask! Bring your veteran ID!!!

ABOUT THIS EVENT: Tour the everglades with a group of like minded Strong Female Veterans.

Your will be guide you into some of the most remote areas of the Florida Everglades


ACTIVITIES: Scenic tour of the everglades, photo opportunities, boat ride, guided Fishing Trips, fishing competition, wildlife views will be available, yet optional.

Voluntary veteran signatures will be collected at the event as part of a symbolic representation commemorating the 150k Female Veterans that reside in FL.

Be part of this event.

Bring your mask, we will supply the iconic Amor Umbrella!!!

It is IMPORTANT to sign up and commit in advance, as spaces are limited for this afternoon retreat.

OF NOTE: Below is a description directly copied from the destination wild life website along with suggestions they make for the visitor's comfort. Fishing with America Finest


The Everglades has been around for 5,000 years and cover over 1.5 million acres less than 50% are protected.

The Everglades is a giant, slow-moving river that is a combination of fresh, brackish, and salt waters and a refuge for such a wide variety of wildlife.

Remember, when you visit national parks, you are entering animals’ habitat and should behave like a polite guest. We want you to be our guest time and time again, so please reflect on the safety and health of wildlife before making any choices that would make the opossums nervous!

In general, if animals react to your presence, you are too close. If you’re close enough for a selfie, you’re definitely too close. Use binoculars or a zoom lens and move back if wildlife approaches you. Let wildlife be wild and never (seriously never, ever) feed wildlife.

Practical Info:

Meeting Point: at CAFE 27 Truck stop

4690 US Highway 27, Weston, FL 33332

Poc: 786-445-2364 or

From there we will be guided to the embarking point for our tour of the Everglades.

Destination point is half block away from Griffin Road


Individuals visiting as part of a tour may be photographed or captured on video for the purpose of creating educational and promotional content. Any guests, especially children, that are not to be photographed should be flagged to the Programs Manager.

We appreciate your cooperation to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit for all.

What to Bring:

Sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, comfortable clothes.

Please do not forget to bring your mask and Veteran ID. We wish to provide as safe and trusting environment as possible.

Register here


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