Belle Glade, Florida, is located on Lake Okeechobee, the second largest freshwater lake within the continental U.S. The town of Belle Glade is known for its largemouth bass and often referred to as the gateway to the Everglades.
Only 45 miles west of The Palm Beaches and the Atlantic Ocean, Belle Glade, Florida, is easily reached by way of US 27 or US 441 and offers world-class fishing, boating with picturesque views. Options for staying for vacation on the lake include the Torry Island Campground and Marina.
Belle Glade isn't all about water activities. Sugar Cane Golf Club, an 18-hole golf course nearby, provides peaceful surroundings for the pro and amateur alike. Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center presents live stage performances and Lawrence E. Will Museum offers glimpses into the history of the area.
Belle Glade happily welcomes you to enjoy the hassle-free country life, so come for a lazy afternoon or come for a week of outdoor adventures.