Everglades City Seafood Festival

First weekend in February – the Everglades City Seafood Festival draws thousands of visitors to this normally small fishing village. A true festival bringing together fair rides and games, arts and crafts, vendors of all kinds, music, beer and boat loads of food. It takes us about 2 1/2 hours to get there – a decent ride through the Big Cypress National Reserve. US 41 is the real “Alligator Alley”; especially in winter when you see so many gators sunning along the banks of the canal that runs parallel to the road.

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  1. Posted February 22, 2011 at 7:31 am by Chessie | Permalink

    I lived on NW 76th Street in Davie. (Very close to the Davie Water Plant). Wow, you just brought back memories. Have you ever been to the Swamp Cabbage Fest? These two fests are about the best fun for all!

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