Clewiston Florida RV Parks

Clewiston, on the 750 square-mile lake's southern shore, has the most to offer vacationers, especially those intent on hooking into the lake's legendary largemouth bass and speckled perch. Fishing guides and resorts help out with that goal. Blue gills, Okeechobee catfish and black crappies are other local catches.

Clewiston is also known as "America's Sweetest Town," so be sure to do the Sugarland Express tour of a local farm and mill (you even get to chew on some sugarcane) and a three-hour boat cruise that explains the lake's historic and natural heritage. Learn even more at the Clewiston Museum in the old police station and jail.

The town throws an annual Sugar Festival in April and hosts guests at its historic circa-1938 Clewiston Inn, a terrific place for a home-cooked Southern-style feast. Stop in its Everglades Lounge for a cold one and a look at its famous wildlife mural. Clewiston's Hispanic population ensures many good taquerias, where you'll find authentic Mexican specialties.

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Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museumk
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum
In the language of the Seminoles, Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki means a place to learn. We invite you to come to the Big Cypress Reservation's living village and learn about our exciting history and culture.
Devils Garden Bird Park
Devils Garden Bird Park
This 7,000 acre wild bird nature park is a working ranch with vast open prairie, countless tree hammocks, and vast wetlands covered in birds.
Sugarland Tours
Sugarland Tours
Get an up-close look at a working sugar cane farm where you'll chop and chew some sugar cane, view the latest in farming techniques, and journey to the Clewiston sugar mill, the sugar refinery and citrus juice plant.

Clewiston Florida RV Parks, RV Resorts and Campgrounds

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