22700 Southwest 8th Street Miami, FL 33194
info@coopertownairboats.com
(305) 226-6048
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Welcome to Coopertown…  

Gateway to the Florida Everglades!

See why the Miami Herald has rated us # 1 consecutively for the last 50 years!

As you travel down US 41, 11 miles west of the Florida Turnpike, through the heart of Florida’s Everglades, you will come across a friendly little town known as Coopertown.

Coopertown, itself, is home to a population of 8 human residents, a restaurant known for its down-home style frog legs and gator tail, an educational center and the entry point to guided airboat tours into the “real” Florida Everglades aboard the Coopertown Airboat fleet.

Coopertown History

Today, the Kennon family, direct descendents of the Coopers, run the Coopertown ORIGINAL Airboat Tours. The Coopertown Airboat fleet. consists of seven airboats in operation, the largest airboat has a seating capacity of 24 people. The smaller two-seater has been hired for movie and documentary filming and fashion photo shoots for clients from all over the world.

Coopertown Private Tours

Everglades Private Tours Coopertown Airboat Offers private tours Personalized for your Family or group of friends Our private tours cover 15 to...

The Original Coopertown Airboat

Our professional airboat guides will take you on a personalized, educational airboat tour covering approximately 9 miles of this unique environment.

TV & Film productions & Magazine shoots

Coopertown and Coopertown Airboat Tours have been used in many TV & Film productions and Magazine photo shoots. When you need to go on location in the Florida Everglades Coopertown Airboats and their crew can get you there.

Coopertown Restaurant & Giftshop

Our Restaurant Offers such delicacies as froglegs, gator tail, catfish, and more. All served in a friendly country manner that is distinctly " Floridian".

Coopertown Gators

Did you know that Florida has both crocodiles and alligators - but crocodiles live in salt water and alligators live in fresh water,