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The battle that started the Second Seminole War is commemorated in January each year under the oaks of Dade Battlefield. On December 28, 1835, Seminole Indian warriors ambushed...
Car show and commercial vendors selling various auto parts and auto related items. Held the 1st Sunday of the month except July and August.
Stop and see some beautiful cars on display. Plenty of parts and car related products. Open the first Sunday of each month.
Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables all from the surrounding area farms. In addition to the farm fresh produce enjoy flowers, plants, entertainment, and more. The market is held...
Florida Classic Park, Inc. is 50 acres of beautifully maintained, tree-lined, park, conveniently located 1 mile from I-75 and S.R. 50 and close to motels and restaurants. It has...
A Homegrown and Homemade Market located on the beautiful grounds of Wildwood City Hall. Fresh from the farm vegetables and plants, homemade crafts, delicious food items and more!...
Fort Cooper was built as a soldier refuge during the Second Seminole War. There are many species of endangered plants and animals inhabiting the surrounding area as well as the...
Come and enjoy fresh, local fruits and vegetables and taste how good Florida makes things. Vendors not only sell produce but also plants and flowers, meats, cheeses, baked goods,...
This museum is home to a Civil War reenactment which is the largest in the U.S. and includes 3500 participants. Over 10,000 artifacts are housed in an 1856 center with plenty of...
This history museum housed in the 1911 Courthouse displays county archives from 1885 to the present emphasizing pioneer settlers, photographs, diaries, and manuscripts.
View the largest live oak trees in the state.