This relaxed town extends for all of four miles. In its earliest days, there was no beach, but gradually sea walls were built and the mud flats were filled in. Today, with its flocks of gulls on the sand, warm balmy breezes and swing-set-style park benches, this quaint little beach community has a feel of Old Florida... Read More »
Among the many surprising charms of this small town is the abundance of homes featuring stunning Victorian architecture, especially along Circle Drive, which surrounds the town's lake. Like many aspects of the community, these homes and railroad museum (photo) are part of a rich history... Read More »
This small town may be best known for what it doesn’t have. You won’t find a mall, traffic lights, high-rises or even a beach here. This trading-outpost-turned-farming-turned-fishing-community spent quite a few years in the spotlight during the 1920s construction of Alligator Alley through the Everglades... Read More »
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