The first “Certified Green Lodging” in Collier County offers a variety of digs: the Inn, whose spacious rooms arranged around a courtyard pool and waterfall have private bathrooms, TVs, phones, and small fridges; the Lodge, once a social center for the men who built the Tamiami Trail in the 1920s, with 11 small rooms (no TVs, phone, or heat, though) with a communal living area and bathrooms (one female, one male); and the Cottage, with living room, two bedrooms, full kitchen, bathroom, and screened-in porch (sleeps up to four). Owners Sandee and David Harraden are very knowledgeable about the Everglades and assist guests, running a variety of daily excursions. A full hot breakfast is provided during peak season; box lunches available year-round for $13. Note: There is no smoking in any of the buildings.