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The total driving distance from Orlando, FL to Miami, FL is 235 miles or 378 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Orlando, Florida. It ends in Miami, Florida.
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You can take a short detour from Port St. Lucie, your halfway point to Okeechobee, a rural town known as “Speckled Perch Capital of the World.” Every March, the Speckled Perch Festival attracts thousands of locals and visitors from other states.
Okeechobee is the nearest town to Lake Okeechobee from the lake’s north end. For those who like hiking, the Okeechobee Scenic Trail is easily accessible through Okeechobee. This 110-mile trail circles the lake where hikers may spot wild hogs, osprey, egrets, turkeys, bobcats, deer and a variety of birds.
Lake Okeechobee has a long fishing and farming history. In fact visitors can trace the history of the Seminole Indians at Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Indian Museum at the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation. You will need to drive to the south end of Lake Okeechobee to the town of Clewiston if you want to visit the museum.
Florida is not just about beaches, theme parks and big cities like Miami. It has ample rural attractions for those who like to explore places off the beaten tracks like Okeechobee.
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