Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is open for visitors every day of the year.
Our address is:
375 Sanctuary Road, Naples, Florida 34120
- 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Every day of the year.
Note: Last admission is one hour before closing time. meaning no one may enter the boardwalk later than 4:30 p.m.
All visitors must be off the boardwalk before the closing time unless a special program is being conducted by the Corkscrew staff. Some evenings during the fall and spring, we offer "Corkscrew After Hours." This is the only time that we allow visitors on the boardwalk after dark. This regulation was established to minimize the impact on wading birds that roost or nest near the boardwalk.
This regulation applies each month of the year. Vehicles found in the parking area after the closing time may be towed at the owner's expense.
Be advised that Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary closes our boardwalk and visitor center when winds reach 40 mph. This is extremely high winds, which are rare, and unlikely. However, please check the weather and contact us to determine if we have closed, before you make the trip out to our location.
Please leave your pets at home where they are comfortable. For everyone's safety, we allow only service animals on the boardwalk.
Admission is good for two back-to-back days with your receipt. For example, if you come out on a Monday your receipt will also get you in the very next day on Tuesday! Ticket prices include self-guided access to the boardwalk and Blair Audubon Visitor Center. On days when guided walks are offered, they are complimentary with the price of admission. f you are interested in joining an official program or event, please click here.
Full-time college student with photo ID: $6
National Audubon Society member with membership card: $10
Student (6-18 years old): $4
Children under 6: free
Friends of Corkscrew members: Free with membership card.
In September 2017, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary was temporarily shut down after Hurricane Irma, but we are now fully open. Please click here to read about the timeline after Irma.