Okeechobee, Florida



About Okeechobee

Okeechobee, Florida, is situated at the northern tip of the eponymous Lake Okeechobee. This town in Okeechobee County is one of the premier destinations for those drawn to the outdoors and the simple tranquility of nature. 

There are endless things to do in Okeechobee if you want to be outside and active. Lake Okeechobee is a prime spot for fishing aficionados, boating enthusiasts, and wildlife observers. The Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail has miles of paths for hiking, cycling, and just enjoying a leisurely walk.

The local Okeechobee roots run deep in the field of agriculture, which gives the area a distinctive rural flavor. This farming legacy is highlighted in the town’s restaurants and farms, which often show off its agrarian heritage and nod to Southern comfort cooking.

For visitors looking to stay a while, Okeechobee has a nice selection of places to stay, from cozy B&Bs to RV resorts to motels.

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