OCHOPEE, Fla.—A Wooten’s Everglades Airboat Tours employee received injuries to his hands and arms today while feeding tigers in the company’s animal sanctuary. He was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. The tigers were not injured and remain in their enclosure. Wooten’s is licensed to care for tigers by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the US …
Wooten’s COVID-19 Update
Updated July 29, 2021 To increase safety, we recommend: Not visiting if you feel sick Getting vaccinated Wearing a mask in our gift shop if you’re not vaccinated Booking online Considering a private tour Thank you for helping us make things safer for everyone. We look forward to your visit!
Ave Maria University Biology Class Visits Wooten’s
Recently at Wooten’s we were proud to host students studying biology at Ave Maria University in Florida.
Donating to Junior Achievement Auction Gala and Charity Golf Tournament
Wooten’s Everglades Airboat Tours has donated a Grasslands Airboat Tour for 4 guests to the Breaking Par for Junior Achievement Auction Gala and Charity Golf Tournament. The two-day event includes a gala dinner and live silent auction on Saturday, April 25.
New Owners to Improve Wooten’s Airboat Tours
EVERGLADES CITY, Fla. – Wooten’s Airboat Tours, an airboat tour company near Everglades City, was recently purchased by the Patel family of Fort Myers. The previous owner, Gene Wooten, inherited the company from his father, Raymond Wooten, in the early 90s. When Raymond started the company in 1953, it was the first Everglades airboat company in Southwest Florida. George Patel …